It's a busy job but they ensure you're trained for what you do, poor work life balance when you're in management, but maybe that's been more my choice than forced upon me. Line management are great, always available, always listen and give you advice when you need it.
However, if you don't they let you run with your site as you see fit, in line with company policies.
Lots of engagement with executive team, roadshows, questionnaires and AOP every year. Lots of help when you need it, not just from your boss but executive Chef team, head office and other sites.
Great benefits, good salary and fair company to work for.
Training, great management, loyalty and accountability .