Good place to learn and grow.
Each pub is managed individually so standards can vary, but they are all overseen by area managers and other head office staff, which keeps standards consistent.
If you're looking to get a job in the food and drink industry, there is no better place to work up and gain experience. The training is excellent and the opportunities to progress are there.
It's hard work and the pay isn't great but it's better than most pub jobs. Good benefits package with discounts and free shares after a while working there.
Work/life balance is poor, but it is an area they are working on improving. The culture is to work staff incredibly hard and some people might be burned out by it.
Discounts, career development
hard work & poor work/life balance