Bridge House Hotel, Spa and Leisure Club Employee Reviews
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Staff are over worked, under paid and will get not one bit of thanks for it instead theirs a new deputy manager whoes doin nothing but cut hours across all departments leaving all staff over worked,,, staff are giving unrealistic work in unrealistic hrs to do and if it not done they'll just let u go and hire someone else no matter how good of worker u are or how long ur with them
Like most restaurant / hotel workers, its long hours, cheap labour and mundane work, it handy for college students maybe but for most people it's a place just to fill while looking for something else
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Long unsociable hours
The bridge house hotel is a fine-tuned machine of a workplace. With over 200 active staff on the roster, it's hard to be seen as anything but a number. In some departments, staff turnover can be high, and when someone leaves, they're replaced, and often forgotten about. That's just the way it is. The hours can be long. You're expected to often work split shifts, ultimately taking up your entire day, at minimum wage for most. When you're off, you're expected to be on call in case you're needed. Staff generally all get along pretty well.
a typical day at work can be stressful as the management made us employees feel like robots and I have seen good people getting fired out of there for calling in sick. Management is the main problem, they do not know what they are doing and they talk to some emplyees like theyre children
You shouldnt go by the roster in there because you will be asked to work more and more hours
Very busy Hotel with three restaurants, two bars and night club, dealing with all types of individuals, as would be required in a 5 star hotel, with wedding parties averaging three per week. The hardest part I found was dealing with intoxicated people but one takes the good with the bad. The enjoyable part of my job was getting to meet people from all walks of life, from CEO's to the ordinary person having a break.
Come in at 9am and set up.. all the tables have to have sauces and salt and pepper on them. set up cutlery this all has to be polished. put out jigs of fresh milk. bowls of sugar has to be put out also. 10am doors open. my duties include keeping tables clear and customers happy. getting desserts, serving tea/coffee. on the till, handling money. I learned a lot from working there it was my first job. I learned time keeping and how to deal with customers in a patience and happy manor. My co-workers were so lovely to work with, so helpful and I got on well with everybody. The place was well run the hardest part of the job was keeping tables clear when it was extremely busy but I managed and got the job done. I loved working there loved talking to the customers and the staff and really just enjoyed everyday.
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