Software Developer (Employé actuel) – Mississauga, ON – 6 septembre 2019
It's not as much stressful environment as many other IT companies. There is not much for training for new technologies which is a downside. The most good part of it is they provide free lunches and snacks.
Meal Advisor (Ancien employé) – Manitoba – 2 juillet 2019
Customers really appreciate help from Meal Advisors. Be prepared to work in the freezer, physically demanding job. Open and close, many shifts you work alone. How well it is run all depends on the franchisee owner or manager.
Meal Advisor (Ancien employé) – Regina, SK – 13 juin 2019
Manipulative manager who doesn’t care if your Grandmother just died. Worked 40+ hrs a week because they only had four people trained to do anything. The rest they just don’t schedule or teach them anything new. Usually tried to work around your schedule unless it changed their week Also don’t bother coming to them to try and fix any problems because they just straight up will tell you they don’t care you feel overworked cause you close 10/7 nights a week Good company and not bad work. Cold but not bad.
Assistant Manager (Ancien employé) – Camrose, AB – 1 juin 2019
I worked there for a year and a half and at first I was so in love with the company and the owners. I thought hands down this is the best place I have ever worked in my life! Hours were decent, pay was minimum wage but the job was fun! I loved being able to get to know our regular customers and working in the freezer was my favourite part of my job! My coworkers were fun and welcoming and we all got along so well!
However I kept hearing about some negative feedback from previous employees or employees still there. I thought that was all non sense. When I was asked to be the Assistant Manager I received little to no training on what I was supposed to do and basically had to train myself with a lot of things. I didn’t mind that too too much because I figured this was a chance for me to prove myself and all that I had to offer. Boy was I wrong.
The owners were not very organized and were not In the store very much (which I didn’t really mind but since I was being promoted it would have been nice if I got more than 5 minutes of training a few times a week).
There were some unclear policies regarding the office and such and instead of being confronted in the office where I could have had a private conversation with the owners, she yelled at me saying that I would be fired if i allowed anyone into the back office. And this all happened in front of my customers. I wouldn’t have been so mad if she had been the bigger person and pulled me aside and spoke to me, but to yell at your employees in the middle of the store with customers present is totally uncalled for and unacceptableplus... and extremely unprofessional. I understand her point of it being a liability but the way she did it was not okay.
i was absolutely humiliated and that shot my anxiety through the roof. This then caused me to have a severe mental breakdown and had to get hospitalized.
If anyone plans on working there, you better make sure you’re an absolutely perfect person who makes no mistakes Unless you too would like to be humiliated in public and feel their wrath if you make any type of mistake.
Sales Associate (Ancien employé) – 45609 Luckakuck way #2, Chilliwack, BC V2R1A1 – 5 février 2019
Great work environment and amazing owners. They were very helpful and caring and Worked with me well during my training. Co workers were great to as everyone worked well together. Only problem was the lack of organization with some of the computer programs and whatnot. Though I would still recommend this job.