I haven’t really given this much thought, it is decent however
No flexibility or childcare support
Bonus scheme. Worth up to 25% of salary and also many management positions in restaurants have the opportunity to live in
it was a great experience working in whitbread
Best thing about whitbread is the people that work there, they make you feel welcome and at home and adequate opportunities are presented. however favour external employees over internal so keep that in mind.
Some targets impossible to meet, new structures not delivered properly to meet expected targets
Shifts are allocated through an app, so if you have enough visibility of future holidays or days off, you can manage your availability and maintain your balance of paid time off days.
Only 25% off the hotel
The best in Whitbread's benefit's package is the 10% pension matching contribution, which is very high and rare in the market.
Poor pay, unsociable shifts, poor work home balance, no sick pay, no overtime, pay doesn’t reflect responsibilities, favouritism, being expected as a receptionist to do housekeeping, having to stay if a colleague does not turn up for shift, being made to feel bad for not wanting to do so
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.