Current and former employees report that Turtle Bay provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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‘£2 meals while on shift for staff members ’
Really flexible working, great discount and lots of team events and parties!
just completed my great first bay which is the first step in the hiring process, I learnt all about turtle bay and everything was fantastic really had a great time!
4 day weeks coming soon
Turtle Bay has so many incentive packages in place and bonuses, the teams get treated very well and the management bonus structure has gotten a lot better. I got sent to Jamaica randomly for doing a good job and got the 5* treatment
No tips for kitchen staff at all considering it says that tips are shared evenly between front and back of house. Bonus' have been cut from quite an attractive amount to basically nothing. Free food on shift is good.
Staff food is available but limited. Depending on how busy the kitchen is, you may wait long or resort to something as simpler if you want your food same time as your break.
Best part of benefits was access to a scheme called 'perkbox' and you could get free phone insurance. You get 33% discount on food and drinks. However claiming holiday is a hassle especially when understaffed. If you don't claim your hours before the next tax year (April) you lose them! Also have to pay 3% of all money you take in per shift which could add up to YOU paying the business up to £100 per week.
50% off food on shift and 25% off food when dining in. Parking vouchers for ncp if you drive to work as parking is expensive.
Various perks such as membership to a discount site, regular bonuses for high performance (Mystery Diners) which get spread evenly among servers and management. Also profit share bonus for management.
Cannot take vacations during national holidays. And there were barely any time to take off. You could opt into benefits, but it cut into your wages which we weren't making enought, after the hours and the workload