Ambiente de trabajo muy bueno, la política de la empresa es el trabajo en equipo
Jefe de turno (Former Employee) – Londres – 10 September 2017
Pret a Manger es una cadena británica de comida rápida especializada en comida orgánica y en la preparación de sándwiches. Las tiendas abren a las 5 de la mañana y desde el comienzo del día ya notabas el ambiente positivo de trabajo. El trabajo en cadena ayudaba a la eficacia elaborando los sándwiches. Para mejorar el compañerismo entre los compañeros, el último viernes de cada mes hacen fiestas privadas en discotecas. La mayoría de sus trabajadores son extranjeros, aprendiendo a trabajar con gente de diferentes culturas y costumbres. La selección de los productos durante los días festivos era superior a los días laborales pero no aumentan la plantilla de trabajadores y es muy difícil conseguir los objetivos. Mi experiencia laboral en Pret fue muy positiva siguiendo en contacto con la mayoría de los compañeros.
Team Member - Full Time (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 29 August 2017
A workplace who is good fun in many ways, but also very high pressured and stressful. I ended up having very awkward hours and always ended up on the early shifts even though I asked to change. The management was good at the shop I worked at but the culture overall was a very rude tone often between co-workers. Best part was that I met a few very nice friends.
Team Member (Former Employee) – London – 26 August 2017
I like to work the as they had bonuses, discounts, overtimes, parties and much more . They have a lot of courses, a lot of Good things to do , i learn a lot from mamagers , but was very busy and hard job also
Team Member star (Former Employee) – Mayfair, Greater London – 23 August 2017
The best place I worked was in barkley square and that's my best work experience in London so far. Manager was so good and the whole team was really great. Each and every member of staff helped me on that time as I just came to London few months ago. Fun to work there but what I know that other stores of the company are not good at all. They are just opposite of what I experienced.
Fun work place
Should be more payment on that fast paced environement
Only if you are willing to work hard and have friends
Team Member (Current Employee) – London / Gatwick Airport – 10 August 2017
Not all shops but the ones I have worked in have the unfortunate tradition on keeping a dynasty of friends in power while others that don't make it into the friendly circle will perish. Apart from that it's good money, free food and the longer you stay the more doors will be opened for you.
Customer Service Advisor (Former Employee) – Glasgow, Glasgow – 2 August 2017
This job was a stop gap for me. The staff were nice, one supervisor kept giving me a hard time for not being good at making sandwiches/salads. There was a good team environment but one manager was very rude to another member of staff in front of the rest of us which was very unprofessional. Later on we got a new manager who was very good and approachable.
You got your lunch and they used to give the food at the end of the day to a charity
Sales Assistant (Part-time) (Former Employee) – Marble Arch Station – 29 July 2017
Typical day at work involved arriving at 8am, getting breakfast, usual coffee and pastry then changing and starting work. People usually come into Pret in waves, so we encounter the breakfast wave around 8-11am, the lunch wave from 12-3pm, and after that people come in scatters. The management was amazing, everyone knew their specific role in the make up of the shop, meaning everyones intrinsic value created a busy, upbeat atmosphere. The hardest part of the job was using tills for long periods of time, as when you stay on your feet for long it can start to hurt. The most enjoyable part however was meeting new people and getting to know my colleagues.