Very casual and flexible.
Great part time job for students
Réponse du - Barista (Former Employee) - Saskatoon, SK
Very Flecible to what my availability was
Réponse du - Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) - Calgary, AB
160 per month
Réponse du - Barista (Former Employee) - Vancouver, BC
For me personal my hours were pretty decent. I worked full-time with a min of 30 hours a week. I would recommend that you stick to your guns on hours you can and like to work. As soon as I said I could work nights that become my only shift which ended being ok but not my favorite.
Réponse du - Supervisor (Former Employee) - Surrey, BC
6am to 7pm mon-friday
Réponse du - Shift Supervisor/Key Holder (Former Employee) - Victoria, BC
Weekends at the location i worked at i would be at the store by myself by 6:30am until 4pm every saturday and sunday and then during the week it would be from 4:15-9;15pm
Réponse du - Making coffee/cashier (Former Employee) - Winnipeg, MB
Depends on the location of the store.
Réponse du - Supervisor (Current Employee) - Hamilton, ON
Shifts 40 hours week or sometime 50hours week
Réponse du - Store Manager (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON
It varies. Hours are never gaurenteed
Réponse du - Shift Supervisor and key holder (Former Employee) - Edmonton, AB
Maximum of 20 hours per week for international students. Shifting schedule. Opening shift is as early as 4:30AM.
Réponse du - Part-time Barista (Former Employee) - Vancouver, BC