Hostess/Waitress/Prep Cook (Ancien employé) – Niagara, ON – 10 mai 2012
A typical day at work would include greeting new guests to the hotel and seating them. Served food and beverage orders in a timely manner to ensure a relaxing dining experience. I was responsible for the production of baked goods and hot dishes for the extensive, daily continental breakfast. As well as built rapport with guests and offered recommendations on local tourist attractions. I learned how to serve guests and interact while multitasking. The hardest part of the job was to wake up at 6am. The most enjoyable part of the job was the production of the continental breakfast.
Sous Chef (Ancien employé) – Salt Spring Island, BC – 14 novembre 2018
I was hired as there chef to open the restaurant, I wrote all menus and executed all five services for each day. Breakfast lunch happy hour dinner happy hour/late night menu, plus banquets. I worked 18 hours a day for 60 days straight. they never paid me overtime and fired the entire management team when they could replace us with cheaper workers. Worst job ever
Former employee (Ancien employé) – Housekeeping – 24 août 2018
There was no proper training and the staff was abusive. You’re treated sub human by the rest of your staff because of the position. It’s also back breaking. ANY JOB is better than this one. Literally I’d rather apply at McDonald’s.