Maternity leave. I haven't returned to the work field yet as my daughter is still not in school.
Réponse du - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Chetwynd
I still currently work here but I am looking for a new job because I'd like to get more experience and possibly find something with more hours
Réponse du - Crew Member (Current Employee) - Kitchener, ON
Réponse du - Baker (Former Employee) - Calgary, AB
Distance to work
Réponse du - Store Front/Drive-Thru (Former Employee) - Borden, ON
Horrible management. I worked for Tim Hortons for 3 years before I finally caved in and quit. I was a supervisor. Management takes advantage of their workers. I complained about harassment and bullying within the workplace and they told me to deal with it and that the bullies too good of an employee to get rid of. You have to work at least 5 hours before getting a break, and I used to work 10hours and still only have two 15 minute breaks. Too much Stress for one person to handle in a day. It starts off great for the first 6-12 months and then it all goes downhill from there. The stress affects your personality towards other people, and eventually affects the relationships you have outside of the workplace. Do not work here unless it's your last choice.
Demands are wayyyyyyyyy to high, and wages for a 4am baker way to lowwwwwwww.......
I leave Tims cause i need to be with my fiancee. Having a family
Réponse du - Food Counter Attendant (Former Employee) - Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL
Went back to school
Réponse du - Barista (Former Employee) - St. Thomas, ON
Better money at the next job for me and my family
Réponse du - Server / Customer Service / Food Preparation (Former Employee) - Medicine Hat, AB
Management was absolutely terrible and begin to hate going to work, hate being around the people there and hated looking at the schedule!
Réponse du - Employee (Former Employee) - Huntsville, ON