Team Leader in Manchester Airport, Greater Manchester
Fun workplace, diverse and Great opportunities I have worked for HMSHost for just under a year and a half, i started off in our cheshire oaks store in leon, where i built amazing relationships with the staff and learnt a lot about the company and the store. In this time i learnt some very useful life skills including how kitchens work day to day and how to train people front of house and back of house. I moved to the airport when it re opened at the beginning of last year and progressed into a team leader just in the sort space of 6 months. They is always room for progression with the company when you work to the best of your ability and being yourself! The hours are known as “unsociable” but the shifts are there if you are either a night owl or an early bird. if you like lie ins you can start at 12pm or sometimes later. The early morning shifts sound worse but in my opinion the better shift as you can have a power nap once you’re done and then have the rest of your day to yourself after earning a days wage.
Recruitment Advisor in Manchester Airport, Greater Manchester
Great company, embraces individuality, inclusivity and diversity. Plenty of opportunity for progression!Have worked for this company for 9+ years. Find it quite sad to read the negativity on here, so decided I'd post some honesty. A typical day on the floor of bars, restaurants or coffee shops, see's you mingling with guests who are travelling on their holidays and are generally happy to be going away!The teams are that, an actual TEAM! Everyone looks after each other, from management down. Free meals on shift, getting to keep cash tips, monthly card tips too, a great place to be if you're trying to save for a house or travels. The company rewards hard work, those interested in a career within hospitality, will be invested in and given the direction, support and training to be able to chase their dreams of becoming a hospitality manager. The hardest part of the job, tends to become the easiest part of the job. The dreaded early shifts - Honestly, I hated doing these to begin with, but once I did a week of them, I did 3 years on the run. There's nothing better than finishing at 11:00am, with a full days wage, a full stomach of free food and a pocket full of cash tips!Overall a great company to work for :)