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You will be given a hat and a hair net depending on which store you are woking at, along with an apron. a top will be provided for you, at the minute the stores are wearing a 'fighting malaria' top to raise awareness for the companies charity work. However sometimes cashiers and coord wear the same tops.

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Doing well in the interview is all about coming across like you've worked here for your entire life, I had not ever been to nandos before I was offered a job with them, I just showed them that I was willing to do what it takes to ensure the customer is satisfied with what they have ordered and making sure they have a great time! I joined the Harrogate Family when it first opened so there was a longer recruitment process(interview - recruitment day - job offer) but you just have to show yourself off! Confidence is key and you're the best!

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Enjoyable and workable
Flexible

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40-48 p/w. Hours can be demanding as well as shift pattern at times. Management tend to get a weekend off a month each which is a great perk not found in most hospitality companies.

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I gave my CV in and they called in after a week and I had a trial shift. they called me a few days after and I went and got the job.

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Leaving to pursue further education.

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Speak to the manager on shift that day.

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Same with any kitchen, high stress environment so you may have your off days(doesn't everyone?)

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