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a typical day at work was i get there i sign in and then i start working at the cash or garnishing the food and then whenever it was slow i would go and get the trays and clean them or go restock the straws and napkins and then if there was a customer i would go back and take there order and then when my shift was almost over i would clean whatever i was assigned to.
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not a bad place to work .. tries to work around your own schedule. They try and cross-train everyone so that you can fill in anywhere if needed. Owners are hands on and help out
half price lunches, closed on holidays
was cold in winter
Harvey's is a great company to work for! They do their best to accommodate working around my school needs and travel desires. And also have a great group of employees working there that makes for a positive and exciting work environment.
Harvey's in Milton run by absolute inexperienced nd biased mgt team. Thy will never recognize ur effort. Each week schedule is full of surprises nd no steady shift hours. The more u stay the more u r underprivileged. All the right spot nd advances given to one person nd their close friend. 60 yr nd 70 yr old staff will occupy entire shift nd each one r managers nd thy r always right!! It s nt a suitable place for career oriented or motivated one..only suitable for house wifes nd school kids who wanted to spend some time in the name of working. Very pathetic!!!
Surprisingly Minimum wage
Harvey's is a good place to work with an excellent manager. I love to work at Harvey's because I love cooking. Moreover, it is a place where there is no discrimination of Race, Sex, and Color
50% off on burgers
Having worked for the same boss for years, and a few others over the years at different locations. Franchisees in this industry are greedy and more often then not don't even know how to do the job, but will nitt pick everything. Fellow staff members in general are great. The Higher management not so much. If you like getting yelled at over stupid stuff by an incompetent franchise owner or not getting paid what your worth then this job is for you.
freindly staff, potential hours
Bad franchise owners, being yelled at over stupid things, being good at your job gets you critisized more
The location I worked at was on Upper Middle rd. The rate of employee turn-over made it very difficult to have a shift with people who knew how to deal with customers and how to work efficiently. The people who knew what they were doing made the shift worth it, and it was a very good place to make good friends. The worst part were the customers, but any fast food restaurant is going to attract a hungrier and more agitated crowd.
I work as cashier and promoted to become supervisor. I have learn how to manage my all work as quickly as possible and handle all kinds of customer complain. I have done the payroll and manage the all office works. The hardest part of the job when I had to deal with homeless people daily basis regarding using the washroom and I had to clean for it. The most part was to working as a team.
a typical day at Harveys generally goes by pretty fast. what I've learned from that is whenever there's an opportunity to do something you should take it. you'll never know when you can get something done. you learn to multitask and create your own way doing a task. there's a lot of room for learning and making mistakes but the key is fast learning and being able to fix those mistakes immidetaly. overall it's a place to learn people skills and customer service skills.
The management is extremely sexiest, and racist towards anyone other then themself, as quoted saying "if I cannot pronounce their name, I don't want them here."
The staff members I worked with over the past four years were incredible. I was promoted to a supervisor within my first few months of switching stores and it made me much more organized and I was trusted with more responsibilities including counting money and being trusted to be in charge of the store. The workplace was overall a great first job and I am looking for something to expand my experience.
People were fun to work with however the customers especially in Oakville are rich and entitled, also the management at my particular location at 8th line and upper middle will tell you 1000 different things they are going to do to make the place better and your job easier, 0 of the things will actually happen. Also the owner and his son like to pick and choose when the answer their phones at their convenience. I was told i was being promoted like 6 months before they actually promoted me. The management at this particular location will pretty much hire whoever so if you get an interview and not the job you messed that up pretty bad.
Supervisors got free food