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It all depends by your management however the company itself is excellent in customer service and providing one of the best coffee in the city. We used to have a lot of audits for the food preparation and for the coffee of course, but they'll give you a good training as the company has a centre where to attend courses and improve your abilities. I would recommend working for them as long there's a good management. There's opportunity to grow up and to excel in what you like most. I wouldn't have left if was not that they made me redundant due to the pandemic. The more you'll be working for them the more you'll be considered!
Free lunches and drinks, good training, opportunity to grow with them
Working across three separate coffee shops, often under pressure, I served customers, ensured hygiene standards were upheld, and supervised operations in an Oxford University staff cafe. Great communication and people skills played a key part in the success of this role
Very nice company to work. Helpful colleagues. Very fast paced environment.busy all the time. Pay not bad.good working hours Bad: you have to do a lot of work . All time you have to done work for two person. So you can’t finish your work on schedule time . You have to do everything
My day started at 10 30 am, I start by helping to serve breakfast, t 11 am we start clearing the breakfast to prepare for lunch which starts at 11 30 am and finishes at 3 30 pm. However my shift finishes at 2 30 pm but sometime I stay behind to help with the cleaning. I learn to communicate with the customers, learn what most person order so I will have their order before they even get to the counter. management was great has they kept us up to date of all change that might affect the smooth operation of the staff and work place. The work culture was relax and comfortable working with persons from different backgrounds The hardest part of the job was Cleaning up, especially Wednesday and Fridays when we do burger or fish and chips. Meeting the customers and seeing their satisfaction when you know you have done a great job and or when they come back to comment the food or the service.
free lunch and drinks
Four hours shift.
As a team member at the natural history museum it was not easy to keep up with all the tasks. It was always very busy but thanks to the strong relationship between the staff member we always maneged to provide an excellent customer service.
Free lunch, beautiful location, near to the tube station and bus stops, nice co-workers
Long shifts, stressful, late evening shifts, overwhelming environment, very busy location
The company gives a lot of opportunities to develop if you are willing to fight for it. There are a lot of positions to fill in and adequate trainings from broad range of subjects can be organised.
free lunches, free coffee, staff parties
stressful, difficult to advance
This is was my worst experience in London. Crazy busy place at the Natural History Museum, rude and unprepared leaders, they have a lot of money and abused taking the staff to clean all the dirty’s from the tables, being as a kitchen porter and barbacker. I finished my shift all day completely exhausted. Break unpaid and no tips. Just a terrible place to work.
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long working hours
A typical day at work is very straightforward and easy. Everyone has different responsibility and section to work on. I feel I have learned a lot in this company. I worked on all the sections provided and I gained experience in different subjects for example making production in the kitchen or making coffee in front of house. The hardest part of the job was only when we were short of staff because we were always very busy. The most enjoyable part of the job was early shifts from Monday to Friday which gave me a lot of flexibility around my family life.
Free lunches and coffee.