Barmaid (Former Employee) – Boosbeck – 11 September 2018
Typically, the work consisted of general bar duties. I learned how to deal with customers and how to serve drinks. I was taught how to undertake various tasks in the cellar. Management was very fair to me and the work place culture was one of hard work but very enjoyable. There were no hard parts about the job and I enjoyed everything which i did,
Cook (Former Employee) – Billingham, North Yorkshire – 12 May 2017
A typical day was prepping food for busy pub kitchen, working as part of a team, hardest part was keeping orders going due to volume coming through the small kitchen and being responsible for all of the covers.
Bar Manager (Current Employee) – Nutfield' – 2 November 2015
I enjoyed working at the Station because of the close nit staff and the locals are quick to become like family. A typical day at the pub includes long shifts and a very repetitive service, which is expected in such a small village and that is what eventually made me want to leave and I’m now looking to make a career rather than just a job.
Waitress/Bartender (Former Employee) – ENG – 11 October 2014
I start by setting up the pub and then serving teas and coffees in the morning, I waited on tables during meal times and served alcohol behind the bar during afternoons and evenings. I was given basic barista training and learnt to wait on tables under stressful conditions during busy times. I became used to dealing with customers. The management were very accommodating, I was at university during term time but was given my job back when I returned for the holidays, they were always willing to give extra hours if requested and were happy to rearrange shifts if needed. My co workers were all friendly and easy to get on with. The hardest part of the job was staying calm under pressure during busy hours and dealing with angry and awkward customers. The most enjoyable part of the job for me were the regular customers who would come in for coffee and a chat,
Free lunches, friendly coworkers, potential for extra hours