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Its fast paced environment and competetive but some time there is some kind of politics between the employees and management. They dont increase your salary.
You become active and financially you are good.
No salary increase
The company I use to work for is very competitive. It makes you a better worker. The benefits are excellent. The pay was good, sometimes you have to work extra hard .
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I have been worked experience at A&W. I had part time work I enjoyed that work place. Its Family restaurant. I learned lot from there. I was team leader. How to handle people, work fast, ordering product, communicate with people any type and improve myself lot. Workplace culture is good. All employees are friendly and follow the company rules and regulations. Most hardest part of the job is ordering products to store.The most enjoyable part of the job is making food fast and teamwork.I have enjoyed working for you and managing very successful team dedicate to a quality product delivered on time.
I really liked it at first the pay was never good and no benefits but for the most part the people are great and made it fun. I wasn't a fan of when I voiced my concerns of a coworker bulling people including me it this ended up just being brushed off as nothing.
A&W is a franchise, so things vary a lot throughout locations. I've worked for amazing ones but Innes in Ottawa has got to be the worst. As management (team leader and above), you get free meals. You can also pretty much pick your shifts to work around your schedule. The scheduling supervisor is amazing! The manager however will bold face lie to you to try to split your team up. Gossip is so toxic and it literally sucks the happiness from you.
Store I worked at was decently maintained. Terribly managed, high school culture back talk. Cause everything was about client I couldn't manage team members accordingly. Too busy trying to be everyone's "buddy" as they would say. 0 loyalty for long term employees, laughable benefits for full timers. Dont bother.
Its challenging work to work in restaurant. Its unpredictable industry it might get busy on certain days of week or moderate during rest of week. It helps you to learn every aspect about restaurant it could be providing great guest experience to working under tremendous pressure in kitchen.
Flexiblity to work in any section of restaurant
hardest part of the job is when it is rush hour and there are not enough people working especially at the back so you need to cover at least 2 stations.
discounted food 50%, flexible schedule
regular workers and team leaders has the same rate
For a fast food job. This job was not bad. The reason why this job is so hard for a lot of people is because in some areas of Ontario, we don't have very big towns meaning that we don't have a lot of staff that work with us. The night staffs are usually left by themselves whether the restaurant is very busy or completely dead. Whether they have everything they need to have done before they go or not they leave anyways. The environment is very relaxed and a very fun place to be especially in hectic times. I've had a great experience with A&W and would definitely work in one again if I happened to relocate.
Long Hours, Lack of Staff
Decent management, some room for advancement if you express interest and work hard. Customers will treat you like garbage and cleaning the bathrooms is disgusting, but I met all my best friends through working at A&W so it's not all bad. Get good hours if you express a desire to work and the 80% medical/dental were pretty good benefits considering the job.
Good staff, decent hours, decent benefits
Gross job, rude customers
Ive stayed there for so long because i love my coworkers but for minimum wage they expect way too much of us. we're frequently understaffed, new hires that are frequently in high school do way more than they should and for the quality of work that they demand they should be hiring more people or paying us more. these are teenagers not professionals.
half off food, pleasent eviroment
understaffed, i cant drink root beer anymore.
A typical day at work would be refilling and preparing for the day. In A&W, you would get to know the customers and get to memorized their order. The hardest part working in A&W would be dealing with complains and rude costumers.
After working here for over a year, this work environment was been a poisonous one. The workers are rude as well as management staff. A typical day at work would be just cooking burgers, and taking orders.
A typical day at work was getting to work, being greeted by the staff, and being told what had happened on the previous shift. Once your shift had started, after about 5/6 pm the manager would leave and you would only have a team leader there. At most times the team leader would not lead, they would just make sure they were doing everything fine and hide in the kitchen, forcing the front staff to have to deal with customer complaints and problems. Many of the staff had a problem with the owners, the owners were people who would over work us and not give recognition to when we had done a good job. I loved the staff, but the owners are what set me over the edge.
No free meals except for the owners, late hours, 9-11 shifts in a row, always got requested days off rejected.