The Klondyke Group
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About the company

  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £18m to £73m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Food Preparation & Service

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 15 reviews and is evolving.



Retail Assistant in Livingston, West Lothian
on 3 June 2020
The customers are absolutely lovely which make it worth it, I worked here for just under 2 years and enjoyed it very much, it's definitely more fun during the summer as its more busy and the weather just makes it nicer experience but even when not summer when I worked there I tended to get along with supervisors/management, I do not suggest you work here during the winter if you have a genuine problem with the cold though as it gets EXTREMELY cold
General Assistant in Kelso, Scottish Borders
on 25 August 2021
Overworked, under staffed, under appreciated and under payed.
I went into this job full of enthusiasm and hope. Thinking, it’s a garden centre, it will be a nice and pleasant environment. Within the first 3 month I was pretty shocked and very disappointed. The environment itself and the variety of work is the positives. Customers are testing at times but the majority are fine. Here’s the bad bits. Organisation of the place is poor. Never thanked for hard work or your good efforts. Your opinions does not count, so it’s a case of put up and shut up. When staff leave, they’re never replaced, so your work load has doubled but your pay stays the same. You go home at night feeling drained and worthless. With the right ideas and people, this place has the potential to be a great place to work. Unfortunately, its the opposite.
Team Member - Full Time in Northallerton, North Yorkshire
on 25 May 2021
It was ok at times
I worked for the company a while I really enjoyed my time here The only problem was the people they employed some of them were bullies and also the mangers in the garden centre and coffee shop very two faced and always lied to you they would tell you how good you were at your job but then tell someone else something else if you weren't in the click you had no chance I can't fault the managers at the top of the company they were very friendly and helpful The place would be good if they employed the right staff not bullies
Catering Manager in Doncaster, South Yorkshire
on 4 May 2021
Great work life balance
To work in the hospitality role here has an excellent work life balance compared to many other jobs I’ve had over the years in hospitality. You are recognised as an individual and training is ongoing to bring out the very best in you. For the amount of employees they have it’s nice that the catering director & HR director know you by name and always welcome feedback whether it’s positive or not and they are always trying to improve the business with investment and suitable training. I love working here.
General dogsbody in Wales
on 22 April 2021
Shocking place to work awful bully tactics from unprofessionally management
There are no pros to working for this company, if the head office focussed more on the stores and actually saw what happened when they weren't around they'd be very surprised. Maybe undercover boss style visits need to happen.

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