The perks here are pretty good, such as food discounts, getting to see films for free is always good! The working rota is pretty flexible and if you are working as a lower member of the team there isn't a huge amount of responsibility so it's quite stress free.
The pay is very bad and staff don't feel valued, morale isn't very high. Career progression within the company isn't evident to staff members, there is no clear career path working here. It is drummed into us about the important of customer service, but this ideal is not backed up with financial support or adequate training on the ground.
There are some managers who aren't meeting targets which puts pressure on everyone else. Unfortunately bullying exists within the company and certain members of staff are favoured over others.
free tickets to films
cant see films as always working and managment make you feel bad for using them,and dont give breaks on time.
The lack of repect customers have for you
A relaxed, informal atmosphere at work. Good crowd of co-workers, who are up for fun. Flexible rota, but you do need to be prepared to do evenings and weekends, obvs. Best suited to part-timers.
Not much chance of promotion. Not much scope for training or career development. Pay is so far from brilliant. Who knows what the management does? If you did this job full time you would go mad in the end.
Free films, discount on snacks.
Fair pay shouldn't be a benefit!
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