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‘It is very flexible in the sense that they send you a text telling you when the match is in advance and you can choose to say yes or no if you wanna work or not.’
‘Lunch is provided every day for all employees. This is always of a good level with a range of healthy options. A really great benefit’
I guess the best thing was being able to have a free lunch, breaks when you feel like you have done your job and being able to keep your tips
Benefits are in general the basic you would expect for a company. There is a performance related bonus up to 10% which is controlled so that a set maximum number of people can achieve this. If company and individual targets are achieved a 2.5-5% bonus could be expected
Fun, but drains you by the end
Free Food, fast paced environment,
Not a lot of perks you get time off as it’s only really on match days that you work not overall it’s not a lot clear career progression to team leader if you work hard enough better pay from there on
As a part-time staff, the benefits were limited. No pension plans or schemes. Holiday pay was good and was given when asked.
amazing staff benefits and treatment
Nothing good about working there. Was a load of crap. Managers treat you like thieves. I don't got time for these idiots are united mate.
No benefits recieved for the role of kiosk assistant. But we do receive free lunches at all matchdays which is an added benefit i guess.
The free lunch is a nice gesture, however it has been known to give people food poisoning so be wary!
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