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Travailler en distribution était un emploi de 9h30 à 17h30, si le travail est finis plutôt tu peux partir en avance. Le salaire est bien payer pour le travail fournit, le seul point négative est que c’est répétitive . L'Équipe est vraiment géniale, vous allez trouvez une famille secondaire ici.
It’s a friendly environment till you get told you’re on a contract for a couple months to officially join the company then you may or not get a termination letter to your email. But everyone’s gentle and you may get offered back to resume your position. When working in production building mainly there’s burrito wraps at lunch most times in a week or pizza, and you can take home some vegan food as well :)
One thing I really like is that the company would rather promote internally rather than hire externally, so its really easy to move up if you are willing to put in the slightest amount of effort. There is a lot of great staff here, and the job is easy.
easy advancement, easy work, free lunch
Staff room is bleak
I started working here 2 years ago as a busser. After getting to know the system and how things were run I was brought up to the server position as soon as there was room available. Management is happy as long as you keep busy, and will help out for the larger tasks. I only left because I found a job in my field. Overall pleasant place to work at.
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I have worked at Aux Vivres for a year and a half, and my experience has been nothing but positive. I started out in the store because that's all they had when I applied, and as soon as a spot became available as a server, I was promoted. If you do your job well, there is room for you to move up. Everyone I've worked with is kind, caring, generous and understanding. This is the most stress-free work environment I've ever had when it comes to dealing with management. This is also the first restaurant I've ever worked at where we're entitled to a break (and I've been a server for 10 years). I wholeheartedly recommend Aux Vivres to anyone.
Really terrible place to work. I was initially very excited to work here, from everything I was told and promised, it sounded like a great opportunity. As soon as I started it was evident that upper management have no idea what they're doing. Incredibly disorganized, us vs them mentality, stressful because procedures keep changing without any communication, lots of finger pointing and blaming. Overall a very toxic work environment that will stress you out, guaranteed. The workers are in the process of unionizing to guarantee basic rights. Maybe once they have negotiated a contract it might become a better place to work. The only good thing about this place is the workers, I made some amazing friends there.
it's just a bad company. If you worked hard on the task you were given, and were able to finish early, they would get angry that you are not doing anything, and would give you another task, that sometimes isnt even related to the job that you accepted. Additionally, when some machines arent working, it would take forever for them to fix it, which makes the job 100x worse.
Aux Vivres is a busy restaurant where you have to learn quickly. The people who work here are great, but the management causes a lot of problems, and has made my experience there less than ideal. For starters, it is very difficult to move up in the front of the house. They only promote you if someone quits, so there have been people who have been waiting to be a waiter for years. This affects morale, as well as the pay that you get (for doing many of the same jobs). Ultimately, it's a good job for getting started in the service industry, but there isn't a lot of room for growth, and the pay isn't great for the work you do (unless you're a waiter). Another important thing to consider is that they are technically breaking the law with the way that they give workers breaks. You get only one 15 minute break for doing 8 hours of work, which is illegal. When it is really busy they sometimes don't even give you a break at all.
Great coworkers, central location
Long hours, unfair breaks, no free lunch
The training is awful. They expect you to remember where things are the first day. Management/supervisor are rude and disrespectful, they dont care. They will make your job miserable if they dont like you. After a month you will see how mess up it is over there. Its your choice. Good experience though.
Free lunch. Employees are nice.
Management. Training. And alot more.
I learned so much about cooking and making coffee. It was a pleasant workplace, with friendly staff and employers. This place is a co-op and ethical. The best part of the job was learning about vegetarian food and coffee. I have no bad experience from working here.
Free meals, tips
Avoid this place. The owners are really greedy. Nepotism is definitely there. The work is extremely repetitive and boring, and they expect you to be a robot. Recommended only for Anglophones in need of short-term work.
Your coworkers are decent people
No control over the schedule
The upper management of the company is awful. Selfish, disingenuous,with little respect for employees. (*see union creation) Small things like refusal to acknowledge and certain level of employee. Or larger scale levels of greed, and predatory or deceptive business tactics. The people you work with on a day to day basis, if you are fortunate to avoid the owner or others close to them, are wonderful. Someone in HR is doing good work.
Food's not bad, staff is good
Overworked for little pay. The company is becoming cheaper and cheaper towards its employees and that reflects on the quality of product and work. Nothing is straight forward in terms of information. The managers and supervisors rarely get in touch with you to clarify information even on your upcoming schedule, the employee has to chase the supervisor/manager for this information and be more pro-active that they are. You are required to help others finish their job in time, while they get paid more than you do, therefore you are doing their work for free. Breaks are only at the end of the shift or 15 minutes before. For an 8 hour shift you get a 15 minute paid break, otherwise you get a 30 minute unpaid break. No food is given to employees anymore, meaning employees have to pay out of their own pocket. There is miscommunication between supervisors in the restaurant and in the factory. No one knows what is going on. Not a good place to work at anymore.
not working around or with meat and dairy products.
long hours, no more staff complimentary meals (they are now no longer offered to employees), doing other people's work for free when you get paid less than them, physical overwork for not enough pay, miscommunication between managers and employees, not very hygienic (not required to wear gloves when handling food)
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