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I learned many things in Wendy's, as I wanted to take experience of group work and food line. Wendy's taught me team work and management; I have managed whole store during my shift. So, if anybody want to take food service experience and want to learn basics of management it will be a good start.
I was victim of racism, boolying , shouting , the management doesn’t care for you , all what they care is the revenue, I worked extra hours but I didn’t get the extra money , I was paid the same amount for extra same as regular hours mean 15$/hour Too much stress , I was employed as a food service supervisor but I never do the duty for a supervisor for more than 8 months , and I was like a normal worker , no difference between us
It's a good transitional place to work, surprising giving the fact that I worked their for almost 3 years. The business would benefit from hiring more individuals over the age of 25. They tend to be easier to work with over all than teenagers.
Half price food
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a typical day at work busy, even though it's more enjoyable coz we now we get the highest sales , i learned a lot in this company how to handle a store and to improved more my self-confidence, to mingle to other people. the hardest part of my job in winter time doing the inventory inside the coller and also order taking in drive-thrue,
i worked at a fast food service restaurant, trained staff, dealt with customers. i enjoyed the fast pace and the friendly environment, employee of the month on multiple occasions.
not being able to advance in the company.
it's enjoyable to serve customers and giving satisfaction to every customers by simply rendering fast,friendly and efficient service to everyone, establish quality product and promote fantastic dining experience. Everyday is a learning experience i have encountered. Different mood,different nationalities, different people and different attitude to met.
Wendy's Restaurant is a place of learning and a place where you can be more productive. Working here has given me the opportunity to make new friends
Very good work place, always busy and have to be aware of whats going on. Hardest part of the job is learning how to do everything properly. Most enjoyable part is working together with co-workers.
good work place
I usually star my day at 5:00p.m. I am in night shift. just prepare everything for morning shift to open up. I learned how mange my time line, and how to coordinate my coworkers to finish each other's job, in time. I always thinking them as my real family, so all their needs if they are not violate the standard of work, I will jus tallow them to do it. the hardest part of the job is you have to finish in time because you are not only have to deal with the customers , but also the team by yourself. Luckily, I handle all the issues fine, that is the most enjoyable moment of this job, the past two years are fulfilled with laugh, jokes and all the memory me and my team had were big time, they are the most unforgettable memory I ever had.
employee discount on foods, flexible schedule and vacation pay
night shift, but reasonable and acceptable for me
Working at wendy's restaurant for 40 hours a week is fun, rotating shift is indeed. They treat foreign worker same as the canadians. We have a great management team, working with different cultures at first was hard to adjust but I get used to it especially on language barriers. I learned being professional as a supervisor giving fair judgement. Dealing with customer is a must, being polite at all times. Extending hours is a must with most of the time just standing and running because its a fast food restaurant.
100 % free meal for management
working with younger part-timers
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