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
As the general manager I found it exciting and challenging to have choose Wendy’s as a career. It allowed me to grow as both a manager and person during my time there. I would recommend Wendy’s for anyone who wants to be challenged and is eager to grow within a QSR.