Tim Hortons
Happiness score is 51 out of 100
3.6 out of 5 stars.
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7 questions about Working Culture at Tim Hortons
Understaffed every single shift. Stressed to the max having to do everything by yourself. Expected to be spoken to like garbage every day. Managers did very little to help you learn, was simply told to watch a mass of training videos at home on my own unpaid time. Hilarious.
Answered 19 March 2017
Very fast and often non stop.
Answered 4 October 2018
Management, RBI and share holders are out of touch with reality. Your business model is not sustainable and will fail. Your employees are stressed and under paid, and it shows. The quality of products are now officially sub-par. Less $ to shareholders and RBI, more $ towards workers, quality products, and equipment that doesn't fail constantly.
Answered 28 February 2017
Chaotic and stressful.
Answered 2 March 2017
The teenagers
Answered 10 October 2018
Unlimited tim bits and you can make your own kind like maybe chocolate chip covered or walnut covered.
Answered 15 March 2017
If you have a good team and management:-Discounts on food and cold/fridge drinks -Free hot beverages 30 minutes prior/during/after shift-great team compatibility -the customers!!!! (At my store the customers are amazing!!) -flexible hours (my boss is very accommodating, I have a child and he has literally scheduled me during school hours so I can be home with my son) -room to grow in the companySo much more I could say but it really depends on the store and the team you work with
Answered 11 January 2018
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