The dead line with the clients
Réponse du - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Jean-Talon West, QC
Busy hours and limited staff.
Réponse du - Supervisor (Current Employee) - Fredericton, NB
Dealing with managers, doing managers jobs when they should be helping instead of watching Netflix. Nothing about this job is remotely hard and if the people in charge weren't corrupt I would have rated it a 5 star place to work even though it's in the heart of downtown and the customers were crazy.
Réponse du - Grill Operator (Former Employee) - 55 Tecumseh Rd West, Windsor Ontario
The big rushes of people at lunch and when the power goes out
Réponse du - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Huntsville, ON
Réponse du - Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) - Edmonton, AB
When it's a really busy day and you are short on staffs, or some staff not pulling their weight.
Réponse du - Host/Cashier (Former Employee) - Moncton, NB
I had to help a customer that was being hard on me. However I apologized to the customer about the situation, asked what they wanted, I gave them what they wanted, I smiled, apologized again and wished them a great day.
Réponse du - Cashier / Customer Service (Former Employee) - Centerville, UT
The staff and management are not always reliable. shifts rarely start on the right foot.
Réponse du - Équipier (Current Employee) - Lasalle, QC
Satisfying people you do not like
Réponse du - Food Prep and Cook (Former Employee) - Ottawa, ON