The Cornish Bakery
Happiness score is 62 out of 100
4.0 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Founded
    1994
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Cafes
  • Link
    The Cornish Bakery website
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Food Preparation & Service

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Food Preparation & Service

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 146 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Team Member in York
on 14 April 2022
Poor atmosphere
Walking on egg shells every day with very unrealistic expectations! Changing goals posts constantly and the communication is terrible, worst job I’ve ever had
Team Member in Bourton on the Water, Gloucestershire
on 31 March 2022
Enjoyed every moment
After applying for the job, I was offered an interview the next day, a trail shift the day after and was offered the job later the same week. I have loved working at The Cornish Bakery since my first day. It is a very fast-paced work environment, but it has plenty of enjoyable moments. The rest of the staff are a pleasure to work with and have always made me feel included and welcomed - like part of a family. Getting to grips with the till system can be a little overwhelming at first, but everyone there is happy to help and answer any questions. I've enjoyed every moment!
Manager in England
on 27 March 2022
Hard work, long hours little reward (pay)
Loved working for this company and watching it grow. As with any business in the tourist sector, the work life balance suffered despite what they claim, but they were happy to accommodate personal circumstances to a point.Its a great job if you don't have children. Progression slows when you get to certain levels. Overall loved my years here naturally there was ups and downs, its a shame they can't reward loyal people with the higher salary they deserve and they have worked for, rather then offering the higher salary to the replacement, which I thought was very insulting. As for overtime expect to work unpaid. Wishing them all the best for the future.
Bakery Manager in Mevagissey
on 25 March 2022
Excellent support and training.
As a new employee, I have felt very supported during my short time here. Excellent training provided on site and a great warm, friendly team already in place. Management always available and good network in place to connect with peers. Great career progressions available.
Area Manager in Midlands
on 25 March 2022
Feel part of a family!
Cornish Bakery is a great place to work. Food and drink you can be proud of to serve. Training to give the skills to do a great job. Engaged teams that make you feel like part of the family from Day 1. There is no better place to work

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Interview insights

Insights from 158 Indeed users who have interviewed with The Cornish Bakery within the last 5 years.

Favourable experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

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Shared on 8 December 2020

The usual stuff. "Why do you want to work here, what qualifications do you have, weaknesses/strengths." Etc.

Shared on 5 October 2020

Job experience Educational background (not necessary) If you have any skills from previous positions that are transferable

Shared on 19 March 2018

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