Seasonal pocket money but no long term prospects
Attractions assistant (Former Employee) – Warminster – 23 April 2018
Great workplace - perfect job for students or short-term work. I was the only person in my age range (30-45 bracket) it was lovely to see staff in their 60's mixing with students. Everyone got on, the work culture is great. I wanted a long-term career here, I had a lot to offer the company. I kept putting myself out there, only to fall onto deaf ears. The reality is that long-term there doesn't seem to be any prospects ( I was warned of this when I started by another wise employee). Even keeping staff on, seems impossibly complicated for managers to organize. A whole admin team is missing? Longleat only works because of the people dedicated to the job and not the managers themselves.
I enjoyed it but like everyone else, I moved on after a couple of months with fond memories.
Free entry, good provision of uniform, fun and unstressful
expensive on-site food with tiny discount, low wages, extreme weather conditions in winter