Griller (Current Employee) – Bradford, West Yorkshire – 25 October 2018
Depending on which Nandos you'll end up working at, you going to love it or hate it.
Benfits are Free Meals on shift. Paid Breaks. Staff Partys and outings.
You will be paid the minimum wage, work shift work up till 2am. There is no taxi provided for you and you will have to pay for a taxi or walk home, when there is no public transport avilable. The Work is stressful, you be working underpressure all the time, with very little chance of a breather between rushes.
Free Food and staff Discount
Constant pressure and stress as well as unsocialbe hours.
Griller (Current Employee) – London – 8 October 2018
Nandos company is a really good workplace with a nice people and good opportunity to have a carrier like manager. Is a good opportunity for everybody to work there because you have all the manager support anytime
Griller (Former Employee) – Wolverhampton – 22 June 2018
The staff and management are great and easy to get along with. Unfortunately some of the feedback may be inconsistent. At my 8 week review I was notified of areas I would require to make improvements upon but was reassured that those areas required time and experience to get used to and that it wasn't a major issue for the time being. At the beginning of my first shift of week 9 I was informed that my performance in those same areas was now a major issue that could not be overlooked. Such feedback is very conflicting and is a sign of poor management. As a whole nandos is an amazing place to work. But this one flaw can lead to an unsatisfactory work life.
Griller (Former Employee) – High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire – 27 September 2017
I worked as a griller at the chicken restaurant nandos, my tasks included cooking the chicken and washing the dishes on some days; other days I grilled the cooked chicken and prepared the dish that customers ordered.In this job I learnt time management skills because i had to prepare the chicken in a reasonable amount of time for the customers I also learnt people management skill, this came by compromising between what my manager wanted and what other staff members needed in regards to if chicken or dishes were needed immediately
Amazing place to work and meet/socialise with new people.
Griller (Former Employee) – Altrincham – 5 August 2017
Amazing experience. Doesn't feel like work at all. Everyone is a huge family which makes it a great place to work. The training is some of the best I've had in my experience of working and they're always there to help you if you're struggling.
Griller (Current Employee) – Cheltenham, Gloucestershire – 9 June 2017
My typical day at work is always busy, when i am back of house ill be cooking chicken and if i am front of house i will be welcoming and sitting people at an available table and telling them how nando's works and making sure they have a nice evening. I am always learning how to work well in a team. Everyone i work with are extremely welcoming we all get on really well, treat each other like family. The hardest part of my job is a busy Friday or Saturday night on front or back grill, when food is constantly being added to the screen. The most enjoyable part of my job is the people i work with, they are all so very welcoming and understanding.
Griller (Former Employee) – Derby, Derbyshire – 8 May 2017
unsociable hours no transportation even wean your there til 3am. not guaranteed what time you finish as often go over your shift times. there is less then eleven hours in between shifts often. on the bright side you get days out with staff tips and 2 staff party's a year. advancement opportunity's in various stores always given to those within the company first. FREE FOOD!! they also take people on with special needs.
Griller (Former Employee) – resorts world – 18 February 2017
Come in and prep for your shift ahead and support the team. learned new interpersonal skills and opened up more to staff. Great to work with and got along with everyone. The environment was great and could have a easy shift. Cleaning the equipment at the end of the night. Being part of the family and enjoying the hard shifts as a team.