Good company, but department needed improvements.In terms of the company and the hotel itself, I do think it is a really good place to work. Competitive salary and really good job benefits plus the food in the canteen is top stuff.It was just my particular department that was a bit of shambles, allot of things needs major improvement particularly with management.
Annonymous in London, Greater London
Awful placePlease avoid this company if you are working in the office. They sell you a dream initially but the reality is definitely not what it seems. Its toxic, cliquey and unsupportive. You work a 40 hour day but are still expected to do more hours - you even feel like you are walking on eggshells by taking a proper lunchbreak which, obviously, is unpaid. The people are fake and managers need more training - especially mine who could not be bothered to respond to messages half the time. Also, there is barely any flexibility, they allegedy operate ‘hybrid’ but its 4 days in the office 1 day at home which is not really hybrid at all. Please, to help your own mental wellbeing, AVOID.
Porter in London, Greater London
Nice place to work.I have worked here almost a year. It is a really good company to work for. They offer ALLOT of development opportunities and the salary is the most competitive i have seen so far.The hours are good and fair, i have never felt overworked.
Delivery Assistant in London
Relaxed place but can be stressfulOn a normal day it’s easy job but when something unexpected happens then it starts to be difficult. There is a lack of communication between departments.
Fast paced and rewarding workplace Overall, Soho Farmhouse is a great place to work, all the staff are super friendly and are well valued. Soho also offers a lot of opportunities for people who want to pursue hospitality as a career.