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  • Best thing

    Amazing friendships built with people I've worked with past and present

    Worst thing

    Low pay, no overtime, dealing with the public

    5.5

    Employee, April 2021

    • £22,300 per year, working a 45 hour week
    • 25–34 years old
  • Best thing

    Easy to get promoted and I have a good team

    Worst thing

    Constant changes. Being asked to move store when I don't want too. The lone working. Head office and area managers not understanding how stressful it can get. The drug addiction in the city

    6.0

    Employee, April 2021

    • £9.05 per hour
    • 25–34 years old
  • Best thing

    The team

    Worst thing

    A lot is expected

    6.8

    Manager, March 2021

    • Manages people
    • £25,000 per year, working a 48 hour week
    • 25 or older
  • Best thing

    Team, manager, free drinks & food, learning the craft.

    Worst thing

    Internal development is difficult.
    Short staffed stores requiring cover.

    7.2

    Manager, September 2020

    • Manages people
    • £23,500 per year, working a 45 hour week
    • 25 or older
  • Best thing

    My team

    Worst thing

    48 hours every week. Never get a proper 30 min break

    7.4

    Manager, August 2020

    • Manages people
    • £25,000 per year, working a 48 hour week
    • 25 or older
  • Best thing

    The hours

    Worst thing

    stress levels in a high pressure environment, working with hot beverages can be dangerous.

    6.2

    Barista, June 2020

    • £8.72 per hour
    • 25 or older
  • Best thing

    My colleagues

    Worst thing

    Hours and not enough respect of management

    2.1

    Assistant manager, January 2020

    • £8.60 per hour
    • 34–44 years old
  • Best thing

    Shifts

    Worst thing

    The customers and hours

    5.2

    Store manager, December 2019

    • Manages people
    • £23,300 per year, working a 48 hour week
    • 25–34 years old