The Ivy Collection
Happiness score is 47 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Laura Mills
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  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Cafes
  • Headquarters
  • Link
    The Ivy Collection website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 194 reviews and is evolving.



Commis Chef in London
on 20 September 2022
place to work
Management bad. Good Staff. Bad Management, the management doesnt care about the staff or their well being, all they care about is money. on avarage i used to spend over 300 a month to get to work, and someday after spending over £100 for travel i made less than £60 that day.
Chef in Harrogate, North Yorkshire
on 18 September 2022
Terrible place to work
Probably the worst place to work in the world, management is a joke, the pay is a joke the hours are a joke the whole company is a joke, no one cares about you as an individual you’re just simply a robot for the system to make more money, if you question and voice your opinion then you’re the odd one out. My advice for anyone wanting to work there… be boring, don’t have an opinion and just do the same as everyone else does, work like a dog and don’t speak up about wrongdoing otherwise you’ll cause problems for yourself.
Bartender in Leeds
on 8 September 2022
Fast-paced but well-organised
Very busy restaurant but the place is well-organised and everyone helps each other. Paid breaks and free meal off the menu if you work over a certain amount of hours. 50% staff discount as well as a refer a friend scheme
Reception in London
on 2 September 2022
Worst workplace.
Worst company to work in. All they care is money and themselves( managers and whoever is on top of you) No lunch breaks , no support no help, mental health is the least important thing for them. All they do is stressing you out. Even HR is not willing to help or to listen.
Waitress in Chichester, West Sussex
on 16 August 2022
Poorly managed staff
20 hour week contract agreed - expected to work 45-50 every week. No option for working less, management not interested in ensuring staff are happy with their rota. Wages incomplete each month and no help in getting it sorted. Overall struggling to retain staff due to appalling management

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