I worked at Nando's UK full-time (More than a year)
Great team environment.
Well communicated progression.
Benefits outweigh the cons with the fully paid staff days out.
Always a warm and friendly atmosphere from customers and staff.
(I can't wait for an opportunity to return)
When leaving I felt the treatment I'd received was very different.
Advice to Management
Don't be afraid to really get to know your teams. You'll be amazed how well people work for you when you take an interest in their goals, their dreams, their day to day.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Nando's UK (London, England (UK)) in January 2015.
really fun lots of people, there was a big group and everyone was really nice. they told us about the company and we asked question and had to talk a little about ourselves
“When you’ve worked at Nando’s for five years, no matter what your role is, you qualify for a four week paid sabbatical. This is time for you to go off and do whatever you like, with the comfort of knowing you’ll come right back home, to Nando’s, after a month off. How blummin’ great is that?! It’s wonderful that a company like Nando’s rewards hard work and loyalty with some serious R&R time” - Ebony from our Marketing team who is off to South East Asia for her sabbatical, along with Robyn from our Project Management team
“I’m currently studying a masters in event management, so it’s great getting experience in the field through Nando’s. It’s great as I can manage my shifts around learning and looking after my little girl!” - Danielle, a Manager at our Thanet restaurant who is an Event Assistant at the Nando’s booth at the 1-54 art fair in Somerset House. Find out more about it here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQr8t
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