Supervisor (Current Employee) – Oxford, Oxfordshire – 14 November 2018
Honestly one of the most fast paced, fun places I've ever worked in. Supporting me in every aspect of my career. They have given such great developmental opportunities to me. Not many 21 year olds can say they are a manager in a store that takes 30k a week.
The way in which they welcome new members of the team is great. The support they give to people who want to drive to the next level is massive. and the social side to the company is amazing too.
Nando’s is great for part time or full time as you can usually work as little or as often as you wish. Super busy fun environment where often the management are quite laid back. I enjoyed working here most days but it does get a little boring and it seems there’s a lot of sucking up to do if you want to go higher.
Nandoca (Former Employee) – Harrogate – 4 October 2018
Honestly a brilliant company, so generous, staff days out, weekly pay not a bad starting wage, so much chance for progression, not sure if its changed at all but I would certainly love to work here again!
Free lunch up to £9.50, great staff discount, longer breaks for longer shifts, lovely working environment
No tips as they're used on staff days out, occassionally would be asked to stay longer.
the amount of work and responsibilities you have is not payed accordingly and is subpar compared to similar roles in the industry, the company changed from taking care of his workers to taking care of the bottom line.
Waitress (Former Employee) – Widnes – 2 October 2018
I really enjoyed working at nandos and how each day was different there. all the staff where super friendly and I really enjoyed working there. it was like being a part of a family. nandos take pride in the culture and background which I find very interesting. when I started I was paired with someone else who showed me what to do which allowed me to then complete tasks as best as I could
Waiter - Part Time (Former Employee) – Orpington, Greater London – 1 October 2018
I did work experience at Nando's my job role was a waiter I was responsible for meeting and greeting new customers and taking orders. The employees helped me with my job role I enjoyed working at Nando's because I like the people that worked at Nando's they were very friendly and helpful to me I was able to have a good leaning experience.
Waitress/Bar Staff (Former Employee) – Northampton – 26 September 2018
Managers got more stressed the the other workers, especially when they were need for an important transaction. I had about 2 days training so I had to teach myself most things. The hardest part of the job was trying to get along with staff, they're meant to be part of a family but felt far from it. The best part abut the job is the pay and benefits.
waitress (Current Employee) – Doncaster, South Yorkshire – 26 September 2018
Working at nandos has helped me to gain valuable experience and skills. It is a brilliant company who looks after you as if you are family, and that includes working in the many nandos restaurants I have worked in across the UK. I always feel looked after and I always feel I can talk to my fellow colleagues and managers if ever I feel there is a problem.
Assistant Manager of Nando's (Current Employee) – Various – 25 September 2018
Has its perks but in recent years has become more corporate. Food is top notch and the people you work with are fantastic and has a great values base of Pride, Passion, Courage, Integrity & Family. The family vibe is one that is really evident within the restaurants.
Buddy Trainer (Current Employee) – Orpington – 24 September 2018
A typical day at work would include a lot of cleaning, busy shifts where everyone is rushed off their feet and stressing. The hardest part of the job was the unsociable hours. i hardly get to see my family and friends as im always working, and when you finish at 12 at night its not very nice walking home/ getting the bus as i don't drive. The benefits of the job however are amazing, you get to go on nandos parties which are crazy, free food every shift you work and good discount during the week days.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 13 September 2018
It’s fun and nice place to work for with strong work culture, but culture all depends on people you work with. Some branches are crazy busy, others less and staff still gets paid the same which in my opinion is not fair. It’s easy to progress when you are proactive, hardworking and when you follow the culture and values. But be ready for long hours, one weekend off in month and working loads late evenings
Free lunch, fun people, bonuses, parties, internal promotions
Long hours, finish at 2-3 am when closing, no work life balance, loads to do in your free time as it’s busy and you can’t do what it’s expected (depends on branch)