Time for me to go/ i wanted to grow facial hair
Réponse du - Baker at Tim Hortons (Former Employee) - Newmarket, ON
Went off on maternity leave. After maternity leave I was looking for a job that was closer to my home.
Réponse du - Baker/Customer Service (Former Employee) - London, ON
I did not like the food industry and I prefer retail.
Réponse du - Team Member (Former Employee) - London, ON
I was not receiving enough hours and was not working around my school schedule.
Réponse du - Cashier (Former Employee) - Edmoton
When I accepted the job I had just returned from the oil patch in Alberta. I really needed a job and could not be picky. I told the manager who hired me I would give him one year. If I did not like it I would quit after that. But that I would stay a full year for him. I did, I moved up the ranks and became a supervisor. After about 6 month I did realize it was not for me. I continued to work hard, extra shifts, diligent work. And on one year to the day I shook my bosses hand and said thank you. I kept my word and that counted to him. I still go in often to say hi, and get my coffee of course.
Réponse du - Supervisor (Former Employee) - Trenton, ON
Partly because I moved to Welland and didn't want to commute, but mostly because the supervisors were incredibly rude towards me and my co-workers, and I had grown tired of having them constantly belittling me and showing no appreciation for my months of hard work.
Réponse du - Store Front Employee (Former Employee) - Port Colborne, ON
Going to school
Réponse du - Cashier, serving the public, cleaning (Former Employee) - Yellowknife, NT