Liverpool Football Club Employee Reviews
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LFC is the best company I’ve worked for. I love going into work as a casual match day steward it works and fits with my current job as a taxi driver.
Able to see Premier league champions play European football against all the top teams in Europe.
Match days roughly 8-10 hour shift for hospitality bar staff. Can get really busy at different periods of the shift, especially half time. Once jobs are all done you get a break - so the quicker work is done the longer a break you get. Free food and paid for break time.Managers mainly friendly and easy to work for.Strict about uniform and appearance for matches.
Free lunch. Holiday pay
No definite length of break
very badly disorganised bad & poor management no training no progression bullying & harassment allowed to happen - never submit a complaint about as nothing gets done about it. no breaks no DBS checks get done policies and procedures continuously breached
there were more cons to this job rather than pros, the pay was very good for what my role was and it was weekly, the problem was the payroll constantly forgot to pay me on payday, i was calling up every week asking them for my wages which resulted in me getting paid later than i should. another issue was not being able to bring my own bottle of water to work, we got searched by security everyday to make sure we couldnt steal alcohol from the premises. my third issue was not being provided a uniform which were supposed to be provided, i had to wear my own clothes and get them dirty and ruined from a result of my role, the other people i worked with on shift had a uniform provided for them so i felt i looked out of place and professional. my last complaint is if yiu are on a break you cant leave the building to get lunch else where or get some fresh air, if you left the building for a break the security wouldnt allow us to re enter.
left overs provided for lunch
chefs are bullied at all times by the head chef and the kitchen magazine team. The working time directive is broken all the time especially with time off between shifts and breaks as you only 10 to 15 mind lunch break and have to take that standing up in kitchen. 70 to 90 hours a week is common and 60 usually ist he normal
Free lunches. Paid lunches
long hours . Bulling 10min lunch break at work station . Zero hours contract
Get to watch football enjoy concerts and get to know some lovely people and make some life long friends x there are a lot of people who you meet on match days who become regulars and you get to know them like friends the atmosphere is electric and can’t be beaten x
Some late shifts
It is a very fast paced environment but very interaactive, and good fun. The pay is good and you get plenty of hours so there is good job security. However, as it is only on home games I wouldnt have this as your only job. Its good if you are at University.
The people i worked with were fine but the middle management treat you appalling. I've worked for many companies but none as bad as these. Its all about money money money don't be kidded they care about you.i was made to feel very uncomfortable there.
Liverpool FC retail requires a certain look, a certain personality, a certain style for you to be able to fit in there. If you match the right criteria for the management then you can be there for years to come even with no experience. On the other hand if you’re quiet, shy, not really up for interacting with the main groups then your time will be cut short no matter how effort you put into your work. They struggle to realise there is more to life than just work especially if you’re in university.