Tim Hortons
Happiness score is 51 out of 100
3.6 out of 5 stars.
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What was the entire hiring process like? Like from when you applied to working a shift.

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

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

  • Apply online ,interview conducted by supervisor then manager then final interview by operation manager.

  • I was hired on the spot - locations are privately owned and do their own hiring. Training is provided when you start work, you learn as you go (paid training).

  • I sent in my application, went to my very first interview and then was offered a job and asked when i would like to start.

  • My sister was already working there so she recommended me because I was looking for a full-time job. We did a basic interview in the store. Then he told me two days later I got the job. A few days after that I came in for a shift after a little bit a training.

  • Was very convinced was good job

  • Very friendly interview, quick but efficient, i got a call back within a day and was told i was hired, first day they train you, i was working the floor the second day after.

  • Took way to long for the store I applied at to get back to me. Three months!!

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