Crew Member (Employé actuel) – Stoney Creek, ON – 16 août 2019
Working at Wendy's as a student gives you the ability to make a decent salary while being able to focus on school and hang out with friends. That was, until you begin to get less shifts. Typically, the company will ask you to do something like make sandwiches and by the time that's done, your shift is over. I learned that working at fast-food is not as bad as it seems , as long as you develop good relationships with your co-workers. Management however, does not care about most of their employees and will make your job way harder than it needs to be for their sheer happiness. At this particular Wendy's they speak more than one language which makes it harder for other employees and customers to talk to if their is a question or problem. The hardest part of the job is getting the shifts that you want an booking off because it is hard to get in touch with the person in charge of the schedules and ensuring they know what you want. The best part of the job is the discount (25%) and when you do a good job because sometimes food and other snacks are brought in.
-discount -decent money -enough shifts at beginning and if schedule is wide open
-terrible management -flexibility -culture of employees
Line Worker (Ancien employé) – Port Coquitlam, BC – 13 août 2019
Loved the crew. Perfect place to put it in industrial. And included tim hortons. So much more benefit. And the boss was amazing. Learnt all about the grill and puw and cashier. Great benefits and christmas party was always fun. Red robins. And discount was the best. Loved the spicy chicken. Love the salads now. Apple pecan