Tim Hortons

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Tim Hortons is a coffee shop company. They serve Canadian-style coffee.


Do Tim Hortons pay breaks?

No. Most people don’t get paid breaks at Tim Hortons.

Cafés who pay breaks include Cobbs Group, Victoria and Albert Museum and The British Museum.

Last updated 8 June 2024

How we know this

Based on data from 63 people who took the Breakroom Quiz between June 2022 and June 2024.

95% of people say they don’t get paid breaks.

Why this matters

A good job should have paid breaks.

You should be paid for all your time at work, whether you’re on a break or not.

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What people are saying about sick pay at Tim Hortons

  • Best thing

    Team members and shift managers are very friendly and helpful.

    Worst thing

    Very bad Management from restaurant manager and people above them. A LOT of favouritism in this company. Area managers and their bosses only cares about their bonuses instead of customer service and the people that work here. Zero empathy and respect towards shift managers and staff members. The staff and shift managers are literally being treated as slaves. Difficult to take a break. very difficult and almost impossible to get any kind of holidays or time off. Very hard to get paid for booked holidays. Lack of diversity. Zero training provided. Lack of communication in management. Dangerous for staff to work in this place as there is no security and there is a lot of rude customers, thief etc. not being properly paid for the time spent at work. Being clocked out for breaks even when someone didn’t took a break. The higher management(area managers and their bosses including Headoffice doesn’t care about their very hardworking employees. The worst company I’ve ever worked for. This company should be investigated and closed. This whole place is a mess. Plenty of cons.


    Tim Hortons Shift manager, December 2022

  • Best thing

    talking to new people

    Worst thing

    the pay, the hours, the management, the customers, don’t get breaks, never heard to


    Tim Hortons Team member, April 2022

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