Depends on which position you apply for in all fairness, though you will be asked to pick up extra shifts
You don’t have a social life AT ALL! But you get used to it over time.
The hours do not matter if the organisation needs it I would be willing to do it with out a doubt theirs no point in applying if the job did not requiring the commitment
Its free beer after 11 o'clock so most of the staff stay till 2 ish
The normal serving times for the kitchen. breaks were short and it was bit hard to go get food int he breaks and eat it before having to go back in
Answered - Kitchen Assistant (Former Employee) - Penzance
Contracted 45 work 55+
Answered - Bar Shift manager (Current Employee) - Bognor Regis, West Sussex
You can choose which hours you want and can always ask for extra hours
Answered - bar associate (Current Employee) - Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire
Very unfair work hours, always in favour for managers
Answered - Bar Staff and Waiter (Former Employee) - Street, Somerset
Answered - Bar Staff (Former Employee) - Blackpool, Lancashire
The hours are all over the place. every rota was at different start times and the hours were always more than i had signed up for by 10 or more hours.
Answered - Kitchen Assistant (Former Employee) - London, Greater London