Above all, St-Hubert reminds Geneviève of her grandparents who took the kids, cousins, uncles, and aunts out to the restaurant for family celebrations. Everlasting memories that still bring a smile to her face and which most probably influenced her decision to apply at St-Hubert in 2014. This is how the sweet-and-spicy buyer – not unlike our Bangkok salad – began her career with us.
Once she joined St-Hubert, she discovered the well-established structure behind the franchisee network and she was impressed. Supporting franchisees became one of her key motivations, sense of belonging, and pride of being part of a growing family. Supporting franchisees means ensuring that everyone has what they need. To date, her greatest challenge was the factory employee strike at a major St-Hubert supplier. That moment was most uncertain but quite uniting. She, her teammates, and the management team worked together so that St-Hubert could keep shining and delivering comfort and happiness to its customers. Well done!
Although she dreams of one day seeing a healthy poutine on the menu that can be eaten guilt-free without counting calories – which we would all like – she still appreciates the current St-Hubert menu. She enjoys the sunny Piri Piri chicken breast with its Portuguese flavours. And while she waits for the calorie-free poutine, Geneviève sometimes indulges in white cake topped with melting cream fudge sauce. After all, happiness lies in the little things (though sometimes higher in calories), doesn’t it?