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fully packed weekends with work load and commuting problems. Amazing team members but less flexibility for schedules.Manager was really nice and helpful.
10 am to 6 pm shifts
Less shifts of work and busy .
Awesome environment and co-workers. Great place to start and great training. Perfect place to build on your customer service and communication skills. I’ve always been great at multitasking, but at Wendy’s your multitasking skills will improve vastly. With such kind managers you’ll find that working here can be quite fun☺️
Discount on food and nice managers and employees
You smell like burgers
Managing dynamic staff and being in charge of everyone is a great responsibility. I enjoy everything about working there including customers, the service, and the positive environment.
Increased work load
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- Langley, BC
Typical work day starts slow but gets fast at lunch and dinner time. I have learned so many things. All the things that i can learn that happens in a restaurant. Managers are good overall, sometimes it can be hard. Hardest part of the job is when you have to do extra work that other workers are too lazy to do. Working with young workers same as your age is the fun part of the job.
Occasionally free lunches. 50% meals.
Standing for long hours.
The people you get to work with are great, but there is a lot of work to do when it comes to closing time. Sometimes it is hard to go to school while working here because half the time they dont give you the hours you are available to work.
The Wendy's for which I work eagerly provides their workers with many hours. They allow you to pick which shifts you would prefer to not do. I've recognized my skills in fast food through this company. However, the manager and district manager are extremely strict and don't allow you to miss work regardless of the reason. They threaten to take away hours if you don't comply to all their standards, many of which are extremely unnecessary (such as wearing only black socks or dress pants).
Learn skills, discounts
i gained experience, exposure to the real society, personal, professional and financial development. I feel, discrimination & bullying, as well.
Work in a shift is almost physical, a bit of mental. I learned & accept that co-workers, supervisors also, sometimes do not consider an individual as human. The pressure that a supervisor imposes an employee to be done with all the works, without considering the load, on busy days, on time is so stressful. It is a very good feeling if a supervisor show appreciation on the efficient performance of duty and give a person the chance to learn a different task, aside from what he/she is doing every shift.
Working for Wendys wasn't exactly my best/favourite place. The management team was neither friendly or very helpful with training. A shift would be crazy, people bouncing around and yelling at eachother. When I first started there was no guidance.
It was like a Tornado had gone through the store
I always open the restaurant at 7:30 am and waking up is the hardest part for me. I learnt how to deal with all sorts of customers in my 5 years of working and now I can deal with any type of situation. Managers and co-workers really enjoy working with me because they say I bring energy to the work place. The part I enjoy most is when I make other people feel good and help them.
50% off meals.
Gets very tiring sometimes.
I work as a cashier and crew member. A typical day at work would include me assisting customers, working on cash and making food. My co-workers are really nice and I get along with them very easily. The management is understanding and works really well with the workers. The most enjoyable part of the job is being in a fast paced environment where I always have something to do and I'm always busy.
Good workplace, Friendly co-workers and management
A typical day at work would be separated into two alternating segments. One of them was the hard-working interval, where the restaurant had to keep up with the demands and everyone on the crew worked together to meet these demands as quickly and efficiently as possible; we were such a good team. The other segment would be the more relaxed stage, where although we still had duties, we could carry them out while laughing and talking with each other. The typical day at work was fantastic. I learned so many things! This being one of my first "real" job, I learned what it was like to work in a restaurant and what it was like to work with others cooperatively. I learned how to manage my time, and multi-task as well as how to problem-solve. This experience has given me various assets that would prove very beneficial in other jobs. The management and my co-workers were great! Of course, the managers had to do their job to keep the restaurant at top notch and so they could be strict at times, but I understood that this was their business and that I must do my job as an employee to meet their expectations. I'm glad that my managers pushed me because it taught me many lessons. My co-workers are also great; none were mean or pessimistic, but all of them were joyful and I loved being able to work with them. The hardest part of the job would be waking up for it. My shifts usually began at 7am and I had to bike there so I had to wake up around 5:45am. Although, I've never missed a shift, I remember it being extremely difficult to wake up sometimes, but once I got there everything - plus...
Great people and great food!