Great Staring Point for Experience, Not so great for the long term.
When you start, You receive the borderline basic of training for your position. I mean this in the literal sense. If you don't know anything beyond this point, you either have to A. Ask a manager or B. Learn for yourself.
Some days can be rather calm, others however, can be a nightmare. With racing as the main focus you can expect people to take things too seriously and ruin the magic for others.
You are expected to go above and beyond for the customers, which is fair enough in and of itself, but for the minimum rate of pay possible and a bonus which not all staff members get/work toward it can feel a bit suffocating at times.
The team of workers you work alongside can be some of the best people you'll ever meet. When it comes to teamwork, the company flourishes in this aspect. You never feel alone when working for TeamSport.
The reward system is nice enough. With a good amount of holiday days (though you can't book a holiday... in the holidays. Due to being in the entertainment industry) and birthday bonuses among other things. And the discounted snack bar items and go-karting sessions are a positive plus.
If i were to accurately give TeamSport a score out of 5, It would be in the region of 3.8/5. A great starting point for anyone looking to pick up a few extra pennies over a weekend, but not so great for a permanent full time living job.
Discounted snack bar items, Discounted Go-Karting, Builds Teamworking skills
Late night finishes, Long Shifts, Pier Pressure, Low Pay, High hours