Working as a Trainee Team Manager

What's it like to work as a Trainee Team Manager? Read testimonies from real people who work as a Trainee Team Manager—everything from work-life balance to career satisfaction. Hear from an expert and see top companies to work for as a Trainee Team Manager.

Trainee Team Manager Ratings

41K Trainee Team Manager reviews for 15K companies

Work/Life Balance
3.5 ★
Compensation & Benefits
3.5 ★
Career Opportunity
3.6 ★
Number of Jobs on Glassdoor

3K Trainee Team Manager Jobs

Trainee Team Manager Reviews

What do Trainee Team Manager professionals have to say about their job? Read through 41K Trainee Team Manager reviews for 15K companies
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StellarStellar
Team Manager
10 May 2021

“Friendly and enjoyable work life balance”

DiscoverDiscover
Team Lead
16 Jan 2020

“Discover tries to provide a fun and enjoyable atmosphere”

AmazonAmazon
Team Manager
5 Jun 2019

“do your job and everyone is happy”

HarrodsHarrods
Team Leader
9 Dec 2020

“Happy Peaceful Nice Cheerful Friendly”

TaskUsTaskUs
Team Leader
10 May 2021

“Friendly Calm Happy Wonderful Exciting”

MetLifeMetLife
Team Leader
20 Oct 2019

“Employee feels happy to work with”

UnitedLexUnitedLex
Team Manager
7 Aug 2021

“People are also happy to work”

PetcoPetco
Team Lead
24 Feb 2021

“People are usually happy.”

Top Companies for Trainee Team Manager

Waitrose
Waitrose
4.0 ★
204 Jobs
4K Reviews
5K Salaries

Waitrose & Partners has 348 shops in England, Scotland, Wales and the Channel Islands, including 61 convenience branches, and another 27 shops at Welcome Break locations. It combines the convenience of a supermarket with the expertise and service of a specialist shop - dedicated to offering quality food that has been responsibly sourced, combined with high standards of customer service. Waitrose & Partners exports products to more than 50 countries worldwide and has nine shops which operate under licence in the Middle East. Our omnichannel business includes the online grocery service, Waitrose.com, as well as specialist online shops including waitrosecellar.com for wine and waitroseflorist.com for plants and flowers. Waitrose & Partners became part of the John Lewis Partnership in 1937. At that point, there were just ten shops.

Highly rated for compensation & benefits
PizzaExpress
PizzaExpress
3.9 ★
1K Jobs
863 Reviews
971 Salaries

PizzaExpress is the place for everyone who loves pizza to bring their personality and be their true self. We hire people with passion and individuality, who love creating our handcrafted pizza and providing epic service for our customers. At PizzaExpress, you own your career journey. We’ll work with you to help shape your experience, so that it’s always right for you. 55 years ago, we brought pizza to the U.K. and started our nation’s love affair with pizza. With our kitchens at the heart of our pizzerias, our pizzaiolos (a.k.a. pizza chefs!) have been masters of their craft and the centre of the show. Ever since then, we’ve been for famous for our warm welcome, fun and lively atmosphere and delicious pizza – all created and enjoyed by our teams, our customers, and everyone who supplies us. Our people are the life of our pizzerias; they are the experts in creating experiences perfect for each customer, every time they visit. If you want to be part of a great team, love crafting great pizza, and are passionate about creating fantastic customer experiences then you’ll love working with us. You might be looking for a job that sets you up with a progressive career in hospitality, fits into your life outside of work, or simply shifts that support your studies. Or you might want to be at the heart of the action as hospitality booms again. Whatever your reason, PizzaExpress is the place to be yourself, where your input is welcomed and valued, and your career is made by you. Your choice, your career. You belong at PizzaExpress.

Highly rated for culture & values

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