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Cosy Club
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About the company

  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £1m to £5m
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale


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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 74 reviews and is evolving.


Waitress/ Bartender in Bristol
on 10 September 2020
Very hectic and bad management
No breaks on 10 hour shifts unless it was for the occasional cigarette, no work training, being trained by people who were not available to train someone.
Hostess/Waitress in Cardiff City Centre, Cardiff
on 7 June 2021
do not work in the Cardiff city centre branch if you know what's good for you
if you want ridiculous hours, no proper staff rooms and to be spoken to like your worthless this is the place for you. only worth working here if your a waitress as the tips are fairly good. If you're not earning the extra money from the tips then it's really not worth the stress and the way you will be treated
Deputy General Manager in Taunton, Somerset
on 5 June 2021
No job or people culture
I start my journey with Cosy in 2019 as a Deputy Manager.What I thought will be a fun place to work and a great Company left me with a disappointing experience.They will use you till you a are good for them and be sure they don’t care about your personal circumstances or what have you done for the Company.Stepped down from DM when I found out I was pregnant because I was covering all the staff sicknesses and no show for their shift.When I had to come back to work because they have a 0 hours contract I’ve been told than they can’t accommodate my request to work Monday to Friday because wouldn’t be fair for other people…Really? But was fair for me do others people job and work with only 2 staff members on busy shifts.
Chef in Salisbury
on 2 May 2021
Good place to work
I actually enjoyed working here the manager is brilliant the food is fresh and you do have good training and food if you want it they actually look after you here, only reason I left is I couldn’t work with a certain colleague as he had bad attitude towards me
Waitress in Ipswich, Suffolk
on 11 November 2020
0 Hour contract, clicky work force
You get placed on a 0 hour contract and told it is to benefit you however it means they can go weeks without giving you any hours and then suddenly give you 50+ hours and expect you to work them. Along with this the rotas were published on a sunday for the next day (monday onwards) so you wouldn’t have any advance in rotas. You wouldn’t know if you were working monday until sunday night which made it awfully hard to have any form of life outside of work. I had to find another job due to getting no hours for over a month and only getting work when they called me in to then be told it was a “breach” of my contract having another job and to be dismissed over whatsapp.

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Average experience
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Process takes about a day or two