50% off meals at participating restaurants in Canada, and free drinks during your shift (small or medium coffee, tea, and pop). Discounts for GoodLife Fitness, Apple, SoftMoc, and Payless Shoe Source to name a few. Sometimes they'll have crew outings and franchise-wide activities (basketball and volleyball competitions, laser tag, talent shows, etc.), but the depends on the franchise. The hours are pretty flexible for students. Benefits are offered to full-time employees who work 32-40 hours a week, and it's deducted from your pay. Great training and development programs for those who want to move up within the restaurant.
It needs to come from a lot higher than restaurant management. What they ask of managers is very taxing on them mentally and if they don't want such a high turnover rate then maybe they shouldn't demand results that cant be meet with the limitations in place.
Like the company is based on the customer satisfaction so, It is very mandatory to ask about how the employee will deal the customer to sell service
Minimum wage or whatever your wage is depending on your position/time spent within the company. The only perk is free meals for crew who work overnights.
I left due to the hours not being steady. A majority of the management was horrible, yelling at the employees all the time. Not enough recognition for the work you do for them and the salary, hours were not enough. We were told by upper management to lie on the surveys we did in the office to make the store look good or our hours would be taken away. We were also told to upsell or we wouldn't get any hours. This was at the Madoc, Ontario store