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What was the entire hiring process like? Like from when you applied to working a shift.

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Their was a lot of questions which is easy and simple

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I was hired on the spot as I had previous experience. Though I was not trained properly on drive through and they threw me on drive through with so much as a 2 minute walk through.

Answered - Tim Hortons Team Member (Former Employee) - Lindsay, ON

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There were a lot of questions, but it was quick and simple. They wanted me to start work immediately.

Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - Newmarket, ON

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Applied. Went into the store, had a very quick interview and was asked to start soon. Went to another store for my job, sat in an immensely tiny, crowded closet of a room to watch training videos on an iPad while I was constantly in the one seat other workers could sit in and eat lunch inside. I wasn't properly prepared for floor work but luckily caught on quickly and then watched training videos less and less and worked more and more despite not being done my training.

Answered - CASHIER (Former Employee) - Port Alberni, BC

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Quick and easy...seemed desperate

Answered - Tim Hortons Team Member (Current Employee) - Mississauga, ON

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The interview process was very formal, with one of the higher up boss. Interview day was offered job on spot. Within few days started working and the rest is history.

Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Cold Lake, AB

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They put ypu threw a training similator at there main headquarters which was easy, and then you get a day or two working with the team before your on your own.

Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - St. John's, NL

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The hiring process is long with two part interviews and can take a few months to be called for an interview but worth while in the end.

Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) - Keswick, ON

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Drop off a resume, get an interview, and be hired if the manager likes your face and attitude.

Answered - Counter Staff (Former Employee) - Sidney, BC

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Its a littel anxious becausewhen one job important for me im worry about did nt get it

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