The training is of a high standard and continual. It's explained on interview that you mostly work week ends, so not a surprise that during the season this is the case, but it is hospitality where most business is week ends. This can be a little tiring during the season but you get time back at winter. The physical work load is not high, but the standards are, which is where most of the pressure is. Lots of rewards and nights out, so can bring a social aspect to your work. Best I have seen of a company this size. Rota out 2 weeks in advance. You are expected to work most not all of the summer and take holidays at quieter times. Annualised Hours contract which makes your shift flexible. Best team I've worked with and great support by supervisors and management.
Gratuity/ Free Lunch/ Lots of skin products
Work most of the summer