Avis d'employé sur Wendy's
Fast paced work environment
At the particular Wendy's in which I worked there was a number of underage workers which were at some points difficult to keep focused. I learned great customer skills, enjoyed entering in all the financial information, including helping other managers find and fix mistakes in the computer. I also learned how to adapt my manager skills to deal best with the different type of personalities people exhibited. The most enjoyable part of the job besides the paperwork was dealing with the customers, along with the fact that I was constantly learning new things and helping the General manager. Most of my co-workers were amazing, which brings me to the hardest part of the job another manager who displayed improper work behavior on a daily bases (verbally abusive to the other employees to the point where service suffered because everyone was to scared to say anything about her).
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Équilibre vie professionnelle / personnelle
Salaire / avantages sociaux
Sécurité de l'emploi / évolution de carrière
I was hired at the Wendy's in mission (in the junction) and At first I was hopeful to work there, but slowly my excitement went down as I saw the condition of the workplace. they started me off with online training at the wendys establishment, then once I learned how to make fries they started giving me shifts, my training was basically stopped there and then, and whenever I would ask about it they would say things like "we'll resume that in the future" or "we'll get to it later". My hours and shifts became more sparse, often 3 hours at once, every 2 weeks. almost all of those shifts have come from me prompting them. It almost feels like I was hired on accident.
You get to smell the food (just not eat)
Hours felt like they dragged on and on, little to no shifts, minimal hours.
When I was working there I was one of the store managers and I loved it, but when I got sick they had terminated me for being sick. I loved the stores I worked at
Half priced meals, food is actually fresh
Don’t get sick, you could be fired like me
This was my first job. Began at age 14 and I was devasted when it closed. Some of the management was very hard to work with. The hardest part of teh job was managers yelling at us for thinsg out of our control. Such as making fries when it gets busy then it slows down and we have too many fries made. The friends I made and the bonds weve created that will last a lifetime. The Knowledge I aquired and the opportunities given to me, to excel I will cherish always
My first job