Learning & Development Manager in London, Greater London
Livelyhood's lively & lovely!
As my first foray into the pub world, Livelyhood haven't disappointed! Fun, friendly and with lots happening, every day's different. A supportive team both at head office and site level - everyone's willing to offer a helping hand no matter how small or big the issue may be. An open-minded culture so everyone feels welcome from day 1.
General Manager in South London, Greater London
If you have any standards, stay well clear
Not a single weekend off in six months. Constant WhatsApp messages, on several groups that they make you a member upon starting. No regard for your free time whatsoever, calls, texts, emails. Unrealistic deadlines, they don't care that you are on holiday.Constant issues with cash and stock and all ops team, including owners aware, yet no support in dealing with rather the opposite.Very cliquey culture and unpleasant approach to anyone who appears to actually have any knowledge of the trade.If you have ever worked for the respectable company then simply stay far away from this one.
Friendlie places, nice coalworkers, but to much chaos in the comunication ,cant follow the rota, work hours, never know well what they paid. Not inaf informations.
General Manager in London
Very high GM turnover
Come across as caring about their staff but in reality they don't and will terminate your contract as and when it suits them. If you get to an interview its worth asking why they have had so many GMs in all their sites.
Bar back in London, Greater London
Company doesn't care
The owner doesn't care about the company or staff. The manager's are buffoons and the structure is shocking. You work ridiculous hours for p*ss all money and no appreciation. I would advise to stay well clear.