The Bridge Careers and Employment
- Company size11 to 50
- IndustryHotels & Resorts
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Waitress in St. Asaph, Denbighshire
on 6 September 2020
efficient restaurantVery friendly staff, a good work flow system in place, good customer service, friendly working hours, good problem solving methods, effective communication
Support Worker in Snaith
on 4 September 2020
Could be betterThe management are not always there to help and listen to staff, you do not get given the chance to progress although you are told so on training. The people in which we support are amazing and possibly the best part of the company.
Support Worker in Castleford, West Yorkshire
on 14 January 2020
Rewarding but ChallengingDue to the nature of the work it is extremely rewarding but can also be very challenging and you have to think on your feet on a regular basis. A typical day here involves hand over on arrival before being allocated the service user you will be working with for the duration of your shift. It is up to you to choose the activities for the service user for the day, most service users are supported 2 to 1. Daily tasks involve assisting the service user with their morning shower or bath, cooking and cleaning. You may also be required to assist the service user with Personal Care.
Waitress/Bar Staff in Waterbeach
on 17 October 2019
Fast paced but supportive work placeWorking at the bridge is like one big family, we all support and help each other when needed. There is good work ethic and everyone is treated equally
Waiter and Bartender and Kitchen Porter in Llangennech, Carmarthenshire
on 8 September 2019
Friendly, customer orientated atmosphere.The most important thing as a member of staff working at The Bridge was to put customers first. I learned to keep a level head under times of pressure in multiple different job roles to maintain a professional appearance in front of customers. I often worked close to front of house managers or single handedly in kitchen areas, and feel that I acquired valuable leadership traits in the process. The hardest part of the job for me was the long shifts during my A-Level exam period, however this was rewarding at the end of the month! Finally, the most enjoyable part of the job for me was meeting new people on a daily basis be it customers, or new staff, and learning stories and interesting things about peoples lives.
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