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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.
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.
Very fast paste, always doing something this job keeps you on your toes during your whole shift.
If you have a good team and management:
-Discounts on food and cold/fridge drinks
-Free hot beverages 30 minutes prior/during/after shift
-great team compatibility
-the customers!!!! (At my store the customers are amazing!!)
-flexible hours (my boss is very accommodating, I have a child and he has literally scheduled me during school hours so I can be home with my son)
-room to grow in the company
So much more I could say but it really depends on the store and the team you work with
The most stressful part about working for Tim Hortons is remembering coffee and sandwiches at first it take a while but will begin to pick it up.