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Stonegate Pub Company
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About the company

  • CEO
    Simon Longbottom
  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    less than £1M (GBP)
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Food Service


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Bar Staff in Newquay, Cornwall
on 13 June 2021
Great company to work for
Stonegate are a great company to work for, the only negative is that it’s minimum wage which personally I feel is unfair as we work until 4/5am with no added incentive. Everyone I worked with was amazing and the management at Newquay Walkabout we’re super supportive.
Waiting Staff in Edinburgh
on 23 July 2021
Worst job I've ever had
Worked here for 2 years they constantly understaff you. Don't give you enough time between shifts, wages never right, cutting hours and giving them to their friends. Full of favouritism you'll only progress if you brown nose your way there. Pay is shocking hours unreliable even my managers were misreble.
Kitchen Assistant in Staffordshire
on 14 July 2021
awful company to work for
I was their for about 3 months in the kitchen. Although i have previous experience working in pub kitchens, i was thrown in at the deep end with very little training other than some e-learning which is simply not good enough for most jobs, let alone hospitality which is fast paced and stressful enough. you need someone to train you up properly and consistently for at least several weeks. I did do some one-to-one training with my K.M however they had a bad attitude, were always stressed and in a bad mood and would get annoyed easily if you asked questions or asked them to repeat or explain things more. If you dared make a mistake they would curse and sulk like a child.after my 'training' i was expected to know everything after the first week. From the ins and outs of the menu (which was too large and over complicated for a 'basic' pub) the spec, close down and opening procedures, the paper work.. EVERYTHING!By week two, i was expected to be able to run a kitchen on my own, even at busy periods. The work culture is very much 'live to work'. If you have a family, social life or hobbies, you are pretty much expected to give them up. You are made to feel uncomfortable if you dare have the audacity to ask for certain days off or to finish at certain times to run errands, attend appointments or to do the school run. They like to make out they are accommodating and 'family friendly' but this was not my experience unless you are a managers will regularly work 10+ hours, sometimes without a break as there is rarely enough staff to cover and you don't even get a free meal. Your lucky if a kinder bar member will offer you a soft drink. otherwise you will have to beg for a water .I left when a manager accused me of walking out during a shift, which i never did. I in fact left at the designated time my shift was due to end and with permission (i also pointed out my time in and time out would of been written down on the employee sign in sheet) but yet was made to feel like i'd committed a crime. when i explained what had actually happened my general manager and k.m were not interested in anything i had to say and wouldn't even listen to my side of the story. i was simply belittled and talked down to like i was incompetent and worthless. I have never been treated with such rudeness and disregard from so-called professionals. needless to say this was the last straw and i didn't return. Having read other reviews, this business seems to make money by running their staff into the ground and pounding out their self-esteem until all they have to live for is their job and nothing else. I also feel that they prey on vulnerable and desperate people (especially students and people from other countries) who will literally do anything for a wage packet so will put up with being treated like garbage for sub-standard pay. Probably why staff turnover is so atrocious and the place is so unorganized.Avoid this company like the plague.
Kitchen Manager in London
on 3 July 2021
Priory Tavern Kilburn
A great pub I had been one and a half years working there in the Kitchen... great managers. Very friendly area managers and the salary team is really at all time helping (if something goes wrong)
Team Leader in Manchester
on 22 June 2021
Not worth your time!
I worked for a short time and it was too long anyway. Complete mess, very poor management. Zero professional training, zero preparation for work. For someone with the head in place, this place is an example of how not to run a business.

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Insights from 253 Indeed users who have interviewed with Stonegate Pub Company within the last 5 years.
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Process takes about a day or two

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Can you fight

Shared on 20 March 2018

If a customer had to be thrown out would you be able to drag them out on your own

Shared on 8 January 2018

The interview for deputy general manager is in 3 steps, very long to have salary of 21000. Questions: why you want work here, what you know about this company, if you leave your job how many staff will follow you ?I told meaby one why they should leave for me instead if he leave what he aspected that 52 people leave the pub to follow him , is arrive the new ghandi and we didnt know.

Shared on 29 August 2017
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