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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.
Despite the fact that they're expanding globally, I don't see a future for Tim Hortons in Canada.
They're at the bottom of the totem pole of places you'd want to work. It's questionable at this point if the food is even real anymore, let alone edible. It's like Tim Horton sold his soul to the devil in 1964 for a successful coffee chain, and now he's coming to collect.