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About the company

  • CEO
    Justin Musgrove
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Beauty & Wellness
  • Headquarters
    Power House, Haughton Rd,...
  • Link
    Bannatyne website
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Reception Manager and Club Admin in Leeds
on 29 August 2022
Under funded & under valued
You are expected to go above and beyond but don't get a lot in return. If you are management you have the flexibility of being able to move some of your shifts - which is good. However, due to increasing numbers of empty job roles that aren't being filled because the offered pay is awful, those who hang on fall into being overworked and stressed.Invest in your staff, invest in your buildings.
Spa Therapist in Chafford Hundred
on 3 October 2022
Worked to the bone.
I enjoyed the general nature of my job and building my skills in the beauty industry although the work was very labour intensive and would be full 8 hour days of back to back massages with no breaks apart from 30 mins unpaid at lunch and 2/3 mins to change rooms in between clients. Unhygienic practices.Therapists left to our own devices with hardly any support from manager, or would have to awkwardly go into office in which it felt like we were ‘bothering’ management team and was told to deal with various complaints etc on our own in a annoyed manner without proper procedures. Clients could see us over worked and stressed as spa manager sat on computer doing ‘paperwork’ every day? It was very embarrassing and had clients feeling sorry for us instead of the team being able to put on a relaxing spa experience for them. All about making company money. Senior positions picking and choosing which treatments they would like to do and moving more physically tiring treatments to other workers who are recently employed or not going to speak up for themselves. Pay was minimum wage and I personally was there a number in years with no view of advancing positions or salary increase.No recognition for hard work we did, no incentives for pushing yourself or training. Very debilitating workspace. All training no transferable outside of Bannatyne! Unfortunate as loved working in team and generally good workers who work hard together, just deserve better pay and more breaks! A health club who’s not caring about there Spa Therapists Health at all!!! Would not recommend as first beauty job even though repetitive days helped me have good confidence with skills, unfortunately disheartened my career path in this industry. Smaller spas seem to care more about health guidelines, proper pay etc.
Creche Assistant in Belfast, County Antrim
on 14 September 2022
Good company to work for
A good company to work for. Would recommend working for bannatynes.The pay is fair and staff were friendly and there plenty of training opportunities.
Membercare Assistant in Darlington, Durham
on 31 August 2022
Very poor company
Poor management not interested in the staff I was only there for a short time and I’ve never experienced a company like this very high turnover off staff and lots of complaints from members I was glad to get out .
Receptionist in Bedford
on 20 August 2022
Don’t work here
It may of changed over the years, but I found was badly managed, had their favourites who always got the best shifts ie not the 5.30am starts! Not a nice work environment

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I was asked following questions....🤔 1.why do you want to work for Bannatyne and tell me about your self?. 2.what can you add to Bannatyne (skills etc)? 3.what do you know about Bannatyne? 4.Why are you leaving your current position? 5.Why did you choose to work for Bannatyne? 6. Tell us where you went extra mile for customer which was not in your job description? 7. Tell me an event where you had to organise everything on your own ? 8. How would you handle difficult situation at your workplace like colleague disagreements? 9.Any questions you want to ask us ? (Tip :make sure you ask questions at the end of your interview😉)

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