Need I say more than the title. You won't get promoted quickly nor will you be recognised for your efforts. The work place is too bureaucratic and you have to climb over so many hurdles to do the simplest things.
My experience of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office was fantastic as I experienced the workings of a professional environment. I also worked on a project with the company as part of my university course which proved to be invaluable to my studies
Good job security but pay has been heaverly eroded over the last few years. There are no bonuses or perks. Promotion is slow and very complecated. working hours per week are 37. You can work anytime between 7:00 and 18:00.
Staff get fired so easily they have a high staff turn over and the working environment is toxic and sick. Worked there for 6 months and nearly landed in a hospital. Its a very racist environment the company is not diverse and black people are meant to feel as though they are stupid and incapable of making decisions.
racism, poor line management, no training provided to staff
The management team was great and the people i worked with it was fun they made sure i was comfortable always. My payment was very little with no incentives it was tough but I pulled through and everytime i got payed went to checkers to see what i can get with that money.
Hospitality (Former Employee) – London – February 17, 2017
supporting conferences with excellent hospitality service serving dishes to customers at the table able to make different kinds of coffee's ensure timely delivery of all food and beverage item to customers understanding menu content and keeping up to date with any menu changes
Management is not organise, however, training is giving each six months. We have good teamwork. Meeting high foreign diplomas The hardest part of the job is having people trespass a loud and angry person and avoiding complacency