Line leader (Current Employee) – Drogheda, County Louth – 12 June 2017
I have worked in many different job types it is a very fast paced setting..I started as a packer..then went on to be trained for a quality lead.i have worked as a quality lead for 2/3 years and I went on mertinity leave when I came back I got trained as a line runner and I am currently a line leader.
friendly forward thinking staff always willing to teach and share opinions, great team ethic highly motovated willing to work for each other. many busy days, work at fast pace for many hours especially when weddings are on. qualifying new skills is a constant to keep up with latest changes in health and saftey food and nutrition in corporate world. many oppurtunities to learn new qualifications in different areas through hilton university online which is available to use also in hotel for training purposes.
always something new to learn no two days the same
i don't believe in cons, its all positive where ever i work.
Commis Chef (Former Employee) – Dublin – 8 April 2017
I felt out of place working there and i felt degraded and the other chefs would put you down if I didn't know stuff and I'm only a chef in training And I was made fun of because I wasn't learning quickly enough
Food and Beverage Assistant (Former Employee) – Dublin City Centre – 2 November 2016
A very competitive working environment. The possibility for progressing was good, however the prospects and motivation to do so where not. I learned that I like to be honest and open with people and that I am a hard worker while employed by the Hilton. The hardest part of the job was keeping up with the demands and expectations the management put forward. The most enjoyable part was the stories and people I was exposed to while on shift.
Production Supervisor (Current Employee) – Drogheda, County Louth – 5 September 2016
There is a huge gap between management and staff. If you are not in part of the group of management that were there at the start forget about any respect being shown to you. Wages are rubbish, spoken to like animals and do not listen to anyone. The rest of the 380 staff get on great together and there is a good vibe about the place but the above in the end always prevails.
Line Leader (Former Employee) – Drogheda, LH – 29 December 2015
This company give me some extra experience off life I got training's from hem you gating basic all what you need from hem. co-workers nice pea-pols its cold becose you are working in big frozen room you gating gift every year the company making party's for all big celebration off Ireland
industrial (Former Employee) – drogheda – 22 January 2015
good workplace enjoyed going in meeting new people ...learned how to preserve meat and how to handle it ...co workers and management were very nice and helped me to learn new skills I never used and trained me up very quick
not hard work, but hard to work there long hours just because of very cold place there (freezing)
Quality Inspector (Former Employee) – Louth, ENG – 30 January 2014
starting before 7am usually finish at 8pm. Working with many interesting and nice (or not nice) people around packing cold meat in the trays. I learned to be quality checking the meat and so on. Job is not hard at all but you getting cold after hour or two that smts you want even to cry with no fealing your hands and feets.
My daily routine was check gas co2 and o2 every hour check sterilizers every hour open metal detectors, open/close sheet an make sure the finish product have a good presentation to the costumer. Every thing i Know as QA/QC i learn in this 7 years of work i dont have a master degree in QA/QC. We were a team of 10 qas that was perfect everybody knows what to do we were a good team.