I did not mind telling people where i work.
You’d be missing out on great friends, bonding experiences, entertaining pointless drama and random nights out if you don’t.
There’s also the countless things you learn about managing a pub, the main skills you pick up and the smaller ones which you make yourself, like how to improvise, which you may need to do in sticky, smoky situations!
Answered - Kitchen Associate (Former Employee) - Swindon
Wld be great to work there its always busy and id like to do bar cleaning or waiting
Well paid but i would never want to again. Basically slavery
Answered - Kitchen Staff (Former Employee) - Sussex
I live just up the road in allerton and it looks an ideal place to work and a good atomosphere to work in
Good part time job
Answered - Floor Associate (Current Employee) - Hertford
They offer all training for each part of your job, it is very in depth and helps with any other future jobs in that line of work.
Answered - Kitchen Staff, bar staff and waitress (Former Employee) - Corby, Northamptonshire
Good benefits, gain good experience.
Answered - Kitchen Associate (Former Employee) - Bromsgrove
Fun environment, good social experiences between staff and customers. Good potential for advancement and the learning of key managerial/team building skills.
Answered - Bar Staff (Former Employee) - The Rupert Brook, Rugby
It is an experience which can help you build for future work
Answered - Associate (Former Employee) - Burnham-on-Sea