Union Social Eatery
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Salary estimated from 42 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 22 reviews and is evolving.



Fry Cook in Mississauga, ON
on 12 October 2020
Take my opinion with a grain of salt
A typical day at work for me was making all the fryer stuff with the likes of fish and chips, onion rings and many more. I learned a few things such as how to clean a fryer and that's basically it, the workplace culture was average it was quite bland, the hardest part of the job was cleaning the workplace. The most enjoyable part was leaving work and waiting for my food.
Prep Cook/Line Cook in Mississauga, ON
on 29 August 2021
I would not recommend, you're better off finding a more mature crowd.
One person doing a three man job, they are short staffed but do not put in enough effort to hire more people. The job is physically/emotionally demanding, if you are the reserved/quiet type this is not the job for you. The job culture is not the best here. Managers will get on you for the smallest thing and only like you if you are overly social and gossip about your personal business like everyone else. Schedules are very inconsistent and does not run smoothly.Spare your mental health and find somewhere else to work.
Head Hostess in Toronto, ON
on 14 March 2021
Amazing management and staff, supportive, fun, loving, and friendly team.
Union social eatery is a great place if you are looking to clock in for hours. All of the team members are amazing and friendly and will help you without a doubt. It’s a face paced environment with many friendly guests and regulars who make your dining experience even better. As a former hostess at union social eatery I can honestly say I loved it! The patio is a great place to catch a tan in the summer if you are working up there, and the food is so good after a long shift! Loved it so much and loved the team!
Hostess/Server in Mississauga, ON
on 12 July 2020
Awful Management
This establishment does not care for its staff or their needs and they okay favouritism towards the employees that have worked there longer. Not only do the managers blatantly disrespect their employees (I was called stupid for putting condiments back in the refrigerator) but they do not respect personal needs or care that some things are not in an employees control (Eg; a hospital visit that I could not control resulted in disciplinary action even though there was proof I had been hospitalized during my missed shift that I called in for hours ahead of time). Would not suggest this establishment unless you don’t care about your work wnvironment at all.
Server in Mississauga, ON
on 22 May 2020
I’d stay away
Only bright side is coworkers, but not at work where everyone is stressed out and over worked. Unprofessional and poorly ran. Managers are never on the same page and it shows. No breaks (but they doc you for them with no shame), low pay and tips after paying the kitchen. You pay the kitchens salary in tip out when you serve because they won’t pay them more. Hosts get no tip out (watch out for the “start as a host” trap). You pay tip out daily no excuses but must wait a week or longer for your tips depending on when they feel like making a trip to the bank. Good place for a first job if you’re looking to build experience for your resume but not the place to make real money as “the rush” is no more than 1 table turn each in your small section due to over staffing. Be prepared to come in and be turned around and called off A LOT.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

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Working long shifts or long hour

Shared on 12 December 2020

Main focus was on ability to follow a strict schedule, with long shifts and the locations remoteness being a large factor.

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