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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
They using people to the end. Long hours with short, unpaid break. My typical day of work starts at 8.00am, then I had break around 10.00am and no other break till finish - around 6.30pm. No possibilities for promotion. Worst place I ever work.
Free sandwich for lunch
To much to say
Shops are located in various locations, nice and desirable overall looks but immense food wastage and stressful, long shifts. Career advancement is available when you are doing what it takes.
Free coffees to employees
During my time at Benugo I worked with an amazing team, including the management. A typical day consisted from ensuring a smooth service, controlling stock levels, controlling staff levels, efficiency, sales, purchasing, payroll, health & safety, financial planning and control, office administrations and other necessary tasks. The most enjoyable part of the job was working within a great team of hardworking and enthusiastic people, new challenges and development. The hardest part of the job was inconstancy and unnecessary changes which were happening far too often. The company started losing its standards and main focus was on making profit but not on the way how to keep the standards and efficiency while delivering sales and controlling costs.
long hours, inconstancy, salary
The last unit I was working as a General Manager was cool as a location and fun people (both team and customers). I got the chance to manager the unit on my own, a multi site unit with a high street cafe, a pizzeria restaurant, and hospitality catering and events. Hospitality and events was challenging as it involves planning, ordering, rota organisation.... but it is a good chance to learn. As it was a multi site big location it was a great experience to learn and develop, managing a big team, dealing with different challenges, and enjoying the fun times.
Alta posibilidad de crecimiento profesional Estar siempre disponible y sonriente Posibilidad de trabajar en un equipo grande
This job provided no work life balance, and our hours and promotional opportunities were cut when the store's takings would drop, making the business's success our personal burden to bear. We were expected to work to a higher position than what we were paid for. Management was corrupt.