My time here was great. I learned a lot and developed myself to be a better, more complete person.
The problem is that a lot of the time, your work will go unnoticed, unless your in with the management clique.
During my tenure there I did A LOT of work, not just at my pay grade but higher. I trained, ran incentives, helped (and sometimes trained) management with their tasks (things like increasing net profit, reducing outgoing via waste and variance), and improved morale in the team through various means.
But little to none of it was rewarded short of a £30 voucher or. on occasion, bags of haribo. I'm a grown man with a family, sweeties aren't much of a reward.
So if you can get in with the bosses, go ahead. If you are happy with just a minimum wage job to pay bills, go ahead. But if you want advancement and aren't willing to suck up, look elsewhere.
Good team, free meals!
Rude customers, long hours, no overtime, management cliques