Las Iguanas
Happiness score is 60 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Julie McEwan
    67%
    approve of Julie McEwan's performance
  • Founded
    1991
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £18m to £73m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Restaurants, Travel and Leisure
  • Headquarters
    54a Whiteladies Road, Br...
  • Link
    Las Iguanas website
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Bartender

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 190 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

N/A in Bath, Somerset
on 18 December 2022
Enjoyable but busy
The staff at the restaurant were fun to be around and made the shifts enjoyable. Great management whilst I was there however some of the shifts were not great for my time at University.
Bartender in Birmingham
on 30 January 2023
Just a few hours and minimum wage !!!
Not enough hours plus minimum wage it just makes it to do not worth it !!! You sign for a fulltime job and you get 20 to 30 hours. you sign for part time and you get 10 to 20.
Front of House Staff/Waitress in Nottingham
on 20 January 2023
A lovely workplace
All the team members were lovely to work with, which made the job a little bit easier. Can get really busy and hectic at times (but that's just hospitality). Management were great, incredibly supportive people that cared for their staff.
Bartender in Waterloo, Greater London
on 27 December 2022
Fun and Productive
Had a good time bartending here, great opportunity to learn. Getting fed on shift was a bonus. The team really felt like family, work was very busy though
Senior Sous Chef in Norwich
on 17 December 2022
Ok place, poor management
When you get offered the job the send you away for training for month. The problem with my training was that it was over Christmas time, and the site was extremely busy. Learning to cook the dishes was fine and easy as I am a chef, but they didn’t teach me any of there systems, so when I got to my site I didn’t have a clue how to order food online r do stock counts. They also said that they don’t do split shifts, which is a lie as they just call them doubles, which is basically just another split shift

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

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