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I worked at Tim Hortons for only 2 weeks, and it was a total nightmare. They told me they hired me for 8 dollars an hour and were actually only paying me 7.50. I was “allowed” to eat a free donut each shift, but no sandwiches or food without paying, however when I tried to eat my donut was yelled at and told I couldn’t eat. It wouldn’t have been a problem if that rule went for everyone, but I couldn’t help but notice how every other employee was eating on the clock for FREE , not doing their jobs and not being penalized for it. but when I got my FREE food, I was yelled at. they broke minor labor laws by making me work 6 hours straight on my feet; with no breaks, making me wipe tables, sweep & mop all floors, throw away all trash cans & carry them to the stock room, rebagging all cans, hand cleaning the men’s & women’s bathrooms, the list goes on. I quit immediately after they broke the minor laws.

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Where i work sum of mybemployers very rude un professional even the boss tgey hire u full timme fer like 2 weeks then only give 3 days a week u cant even pay ur bills with only 2 days work

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I quitted cause not only the wages sucked but also the management was very bad and garbage. Also I was working back when I was a high school student, full time so things got pretty busy for me. I didn't feel the "team support" that I got, and everything about the stuff they do is like NOPE. Overall I quitted mainly cause of management and how rude my co-workers were... not to mention the quality of their food and coffee

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I had a hearing difficultly which I told them ahead of time I was hard of hearing in my ear and couldn't do drive through. I was hired as a supervisor and then they let me go because I didn't fit into there click.

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I think job at Time Horton not only job, but also it is fun, good experience, have a good time with different people.

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I have been in Tim Hortons for one and half years. I started my career from Tim Hortons because I don’t have any work experience. Honestly every job is not easy, but Tim Hortons is just a disaster. A good management team would be appealing to employees, unfortunately I didn’t meet such kind of good team. My manager has a short fuse. She could be very mean and rude. She keeps complaining and complaining. I bet she would be the wealthiest woman in the world if complaining could make money. She keeps complaining about the employer and the other store’s manager. She is the most negative person that I have ever seen in my life. Several weeks ago, she told me that the employer thought that I was over-paid and other colleagues could not get a raise because of me. I felt so bad at that time. She also told me that I need to do extra work because I was over-paid. I have been paid like that for one year, now she just told me that I need to work extra. The extra work is not in the job description, it’s not in my job offer. Why should I do that? She asked me if I have ever told other people about my wage, cause she has never told anyone about that. What a liar, SHE is the one who told my supervisor and other people about my wage. She made me so sick. I heard that from the freezer last year cause she was complaining and yelling me at that time.
Another thing is they would cut hours if the store is not busy or there are too many people. Well, if you don’t need me at that time, you can schedule me differently. They gave me the schedule and then sent me home early. I missed my friend’s birthday for several times because I told my friends that I was not able to attend the party, but then they sent me home early.
Recently I felt that I was edged out by others. I felt so upset. My doctor said I need to see a psychologist if I am always keeping down and upset. So I decided to resign.

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The management doesn’t know how to schedule. I’m going to college and when I tell mine what days I need off (with a two week notice) they schedule me for those days anyway. I am continuously put on the night shift without any help from 3pm-11:30pm, even though I prefer day shift and there are others who can do that shift. Management just doesn’t want to. Also, the schedule is given out where I work 1-2 days in advance. Again, I’m in college so this is problematic and my shifts and days off change every week. I can’t plan anything. The other day there was nobody to cover my break, yet I got yelled at because a manager ended up having to come in to cover it. In reality they just need more help yet won’t hire anybody. All of that combined with the fact that I never have help when I should have it is driving me crazy. I have a huge closing list I have to do, but it’s hard to get done on time when I have to take drive thru and the front counter the whole day as well.

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I worked at there for 2 years back when I was in high school. I quit because the pay wasn't worth what I had to deal with at the Tim Hortons that I was working at. From the extreme heat in the summer, because the owner didn't want his staff to have a bit of air conditioning and the cold in the winter working at the drive thru window. Everything was always breaking and barely got fixed for we had to work even harder because half the machines were pretty much always breaking down. The customers most of the time really wasn't that nice, Now I know with customer service you will always get those kind of people coming in the at the tims I was at it seemed like it was more then usual, mostly because the machines were always broken and the we as the people working at the bottom had to deal with angry customers.

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The wages weren't high enough to make this your full time career, more of a stater job for students.
I quit because did't give me the skills I needed

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Poor managers and unprofessional attitude. Went on sick leave before i quit for a better job. I waited 6 weeks for my record of employment. When i questioned them i was told i never requested it

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