1. Just progression in life
2. Not for long term as trying to be stuck and comfortable
3. Workload thrown at you at once and expect you do it all at once.
Too much favouritism from the management team. I've been working there for 4 and a half years and no follow through with even becoming a crew trainer, where I've seen other much newer employees become managers in half that time. They don't seem to appreciate hard work, or that people get ill. Will be leaving soon anyway... All my friends have left, so I don't even enjoy it that much any more...
Death of family
Managers are horrible treat you like rubbish bully and humiliate you in front of other staff members
Lounge staff running in and out to cars non stop. Then on top of it clean toilets empty bins and told off for things when running food and not in lounge to sort problems.
Impossible job poor pay and unappreciated
Management. Some are very unprofessional and rude. They have no respect.
Having to do more than one person's job because the other people don't turn up for their shift. It's hard enough trying to do your own job when it's busy never mind having to do other stations as well as your own. It's OK if maybe one person doesn't show but when it's more than one it's a total nightmare!
A lot of managers (especially Salaried) are borderline obsessed by efficiency to a point to where they forget that the staff are human
Management are incredibly rude. They will either not speak to you or humiliate you for small mistakes. Some people are lovely but the higher ups are a big reason for leaving.
Ridiculous hours working 6 day weeks with 11 hours between each shift no recognition while trying to have the mental stability to remain happy and care you give your blood sweat and tears to just be told it’s not good enough