The Ivy Collection
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The Ivy Collection Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Baton Berisha
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Cafes
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 133 reviews and is evolving.


Receptionist in The Ivy Soho Brasserie
on 9 October 2021
The worst and most inexperience managers
Probably the worst place I have ever worked in my entire life. The management had no training to be managers. They treat everyone like maids and give them very low pay. You have to work extra hours to make more money. Staff are rude to each other because the management is very immature.
Senior Chef de Partie in West Midlands
on 23 September 2021
Productive and really busy
Poor management, low wages, big expectations, lot of responsibility, no career development after CDP, unless you accept to do 60 hours per week, no respect for personal people's life.
Head Kitchen Porter in Manchester
on 21 September 2021
Productive and fun working place. Fast paced and ideal place if you want to progress with your career
The pay is quite good. You get free lunches on shift. The management is good but needs to listen little bit more and help staff. Good environment to work. Nice people. Easy to make friends. Fairness and respect. I had a good 2 years of work experience. If you’re hard working, then this is the place to work as you gonna have the opportunity to progress with your career. Went from a normal KP to a Head KP because they appreciate your hard work and humbleness.
Waiter in Guildford
on 29 July 2021
High intensity, hard work
ProsGot amazing training from the company. The team is great, and all the managers were really good to me. Managers are happy to help you on your section if needed, all you have to do is ask.They give you paid break!! And free food!!! (Which is really good)Cons as soon as you graduate from a trainee (blackshirt) into proper uniform the work load picked up.Have worked 14-16 hour days with only 1 hour break.Sections are really huge for the quality of service you are expected to provide. Sometimes up to 30 heads. I’m busy services tables will be rolled over within 5 minutes, resulting in me often feeling overwhelmed. But, the company keeps all service charge. Fell it’s unfair Given big sections (up to 30 heads) Very hard work.
worker in Bristol
on 20 May 2021
Exceptionally awful
No tips No service charge Working long hours Not a single chance for progression Waiters were asked to lie to costumers that they're getting service charge but actually company takes it all.Don't ever choose IVY

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

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