Lifestyle Consultant (Ancien employé) – Burlington, ON – 15 juillet 2017
You will get hired and if they like you then you get a good shift. If they don't like you then you get a bad shift with little to no opportunity to change it. You then go through "training" which sets you up to fail. Once you are through training you get yelled at by entitled rich people and the horrible management. you will do everything right but if you can't get someone into a fully booked restaurant and they write a survey saying how you ruined their special occasion and they want to cancel their card, your bonus is gone for 3 months. Management's response: "at least you have a job". They keep offering money to refer friends. I wouldn't refer the worst scumbag in the world to work there, let alone friends. Plus: it's a paycheck. Negative: no work/life balance (need to request time off one year in advance); no opportunity for advancement unless you belong to the in crowd (weigh 300 pounds or more); entitled rich people
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Quick paced environment, with unrealistic expectations of employees. don't get on managements bad side or your career will be short lived. However, on the other hand if you rub elbows with the right people you could be promoted to a position that doesn't even exist yet!
The hardest part of the job is accepting that even if you are good at your job, customer feedback dictates your compensation and success. No incentive to be a hard working employee.
Working here was quite the experience. It is fast-paced, so learning the role is essential in training so you don't fall behind. Ask questions if you need help, don't be afraid as it is a team effort to succeed.