Fun workplace with a young and energetic team. But paid under the London Living Wage.
Griller and trainer chef (Current Employee) – The O2 – 17 February 2018
Nando's Has given me the possibility to improve my skills through new learning instruments and good training since i began. This is a serious ever growing company give you the possibility to learn all the different positions in that you want to cover in the shop giving you the possibility to add new skills in your luggage and the possibility to do quick career in 4-5 years only!). Unfortunately all the positions from trainee to supervisor are paid less than the London living wage and you need to be available to work on weekends and bank holidays such are paid as normal shift and there is not service charge and the tips are very low. The good part is that most of the staff is happy and the management is very flexible to help you with every reasonable request about day off, contract hours, holidays, change position etc, The company offer periodically regional parties that give the possibility to the staff to know each other better! Nandoìs give you the possibility to cover in other shops in case you need to do more hours and you can get transferred all over UK.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Bromley – 16 February 2018
in a busy day is extremely hard, especially when the customer are expecting the food in a short time, so in this moment the job can be stress full, but in other hand, when the team is good, all can be soft and lovely.
Nandoca (Former Employee) – Thurrock, Essex – 29 January 2018
Working in Nandos helped me to make new friends and gain experience in a new industry. The salary was well deserved, however you do not receive sick pay. Hours are ideal, as they are very flexible. Some tasks I was assigned to were not mentioned in my interview.
Host, Cashier and Waiter (Former Employee) – Slough – 19 January 2018
Cool place to work at, but not paid that well. Most people I met there were very friendly and fun to work with. Job is definitely not hard due to cooking process being optimized and tills system in place. I would probably work there longer if pay was higher.
Delicious lunch allowance for every shift and discount for casual visits
Hostess/Waitress (Former Employee) – North West – 18 January 2018
Sub-par management, say goodbye to your social life and god help you if you're a student because they don't care at all. Insane favouritism and all the customers are absolute riff-raff. Thankless job with no tips and you get sick of the free meals, trust me.
It is been my first job in England and I just can say it wouldn´t be a better place to start. Amazing people to work with and enjoyable work environement. Thanks to work face to face with costumers has improve my language and social skills. I started in the kitchen as a griller and in one year I become supervisor. It wasn´t easy because working in a kitchen is always hard and stressfull. I asked to be moved to the floor and raise in the company and they saw potencial in me. I tried to not to dissapoint them and follow the philosophy of never give up.
BUDDY TRAINER (Former Employee) – London – 8 December 2017
Good Company. I had a very good experience there. The job is easy, you just need to learn the standars of the company and then everything flows. If you work in the grills or coordination is harder than the people who work in the floor, hosting or tills. In my opinion grillers and coordinators should earn more money than the rest. So, it is a good company but needs to improve in that thing. Salary could be better in general.
Free lunches, flexibility, good atmosphere.
Grillers and coordinators should be payed more than the other positions
Waitress/Hostess (Current Employee) – Leigh – 16 November 2017
Amazing company to work for, can't do enough for it's employees. You get free meals every shift, at least 3 free parties a year at big clubs in Liverpool/Manchester with drinks/transport paid for. Shifts are always enjoyable, staff are always friendly and managers actually care about their staff.