Was a good place to work, learnt alot about myself and the culture around dining. hours where one drawback but thats standard. Team work is absolutely 100% key to work efficiently in an environment like that.
WAITRESS/BARTENDER (Current Employee) – Hornchurch, Greater London – 24 January 2018
been working for company for nearly 6 years. due to changes of managers and them bringing new staff, there is very small opportunity of any advancement in the company. the hours are competitive as well and often get cut after peak times of year such as christmas
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bartender/waitress (Former Employee) – Pencoed – 27 February 2016
i worked for Harvester for a short time, the staff were lovely, easy to work with, they made me feel welcome. it was a shame when i had to leave to look after my son, i would love to go back there one day.
Bartender/Waiter/Grill Chef (Former Employee) – coventry – 6 August 2015
It was a good place to work because of the people working there but the way the place was ran and the quality of the food wasn't the best. The hardest part of the job was the long hours. I learnt the basics of how a kitchen is ran.