Escape Hunt job reviews
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Fun environment, project management, people development, leadership role.
Unsustainable targets, lack of care over quality assurance (things like air conditioning, sound proofing in rooms and maintenance), focus instead primarily on hospitality, unpaid overtime, responsible for P&L, HR, H&S, day to day operations, team management, business networking and sales, marketing, venue maintanence, and pay is barely enough to be able to live sustainably on. Toxic positivity culture.
Escape Hunt Manager, August 2023
The day to day is brilliant, and some of the team and customers can be a lot of fun
Lack of communication, no contracted hours even after working there for years. Upper management making decisions over things they know nothing about.
Escape Hunt Games master, May 2023
The people! Both the staff and customers. The team are fantastic, the job is more fun than your average customer service role, and the training basically involves playing all of their games for free.
It can be hard on your social battery, and there are lots of little details to remember! The manuals all have a dozen exceptions for things that don't function as they should in the rooms, or haven't been installed yet.
Escape Hunt Employee, May 2022