The store owner is a narcissist that hated the fact that he couldn't control me. I got tired of being made to feel worthless, so I left.
Is full training provided and good enough? Like I don't know how to make the many types of beverages, will they show me how?
No amount of training can prepare you for the sheer amount of work they ask you to do for minimum wage
Nothing. They're desperate for workers. The pay is way too low for the requirements of the job. They'll probably hire you on the spot without doing a reference check.
Management, RBI and share holders are out of touch with reality. Your business model is not sustainable and will fail. Your employees are stressed and under paid, and it shows. The quality of products are now officially sub-par. Less $ to shareholders and RBI, more $ towards workers, quality products, and equipment that doesn't fail constantly.
Une vérification des antécédents criminels est-elle nécessaire chez Tim Hortons?
Na, cause no one wants to work there. They hire anyone that walks in the door.