Avis d'employé sur A&W Restaurants
Working at a&w
The days could either be slow or fast paced, and it could either be a good day or a bad day just depended on how everyone was feeling and how the day has been. I learned more people skills, how to close and work cash, and how to work in a kitchen. The management team was normally nice and sometimes easy to get along with.
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I was hired and did in store computer training mixed with practical training on the equipment e.g. the clamshell grill bun station and the fryer it is pretty easy to pick up with there training if you pay attention and work together it is a good job I would highly recommended this job to anyone looking to break in to the work force for the first time
Free lunch, comprehensive training, improvement oriented
Kitchen gets very hot, lunch rush can be very stressful
The employees are fantastic as well as the team leaders, only issue is the store manager. Terrible schedules, usually understaffed, however the staff are always friendly and quick to befriend as well as the team leaders. Promotions are mostly just for the favourites however. The training was mediocre, you get passed around most of the time for your first few shifts, and even if you have previous experience they treat you like you have no idea what you’re doing.
Free lunches, amazing coworkers, amazing team leaders and climate
Poor management, poor scheduling
You don’t get a break unless you work 6 hours, and even then you get 1 half hour break. Even if you work 8+ hours. Always a very busy store (on Confederation St. Sarnia), and yet most of the time when we are busy we have a max of 4 people on, because “labor is too high”. A lot of excuses given. When the pandemic hit they let us decide if we wanted to wear a mask or not, and the manager at the time not only had to fight to give us the covid pay, but to get masks, gloves and hand sanitizer in store.
Management, labor regulations