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    Current Employee - Waitress  in  Sudbury, East of England, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Waitress in Sudbury, East of England, England (UK)

    I have been working at PizzaExpress part-time for more than a year


    The only real pros I can think of is the fact as a waitress I am able to keep my own tips which is a great way of making extra money.


    No set shifts, shifts change every week so I never know when I'm working and can never plan in advance
    Welfare of staff is no concern to manager, I have never had a break whilst working there
    I am still in full time education yet my manager repeatedly puts me on closing shifts meaning I am working until 11 pm and waking up again at 5.45 am to go to college, my manager doesn't seem to take this into account despite me telling her many times
    I get told off for other people's mistakes which is barbaric
    Not treated with any respect from manager or customers, they seem to think just because I am a waitress I am the lowest
    Expectations are too high
    I never received any training, I was simply thrown in at the deep end with very little waitressing experience and was told off for asking questions on what to do
    We have to use our own money to give customers change which seems wrong, surely the company should provide us with a float or we should have a till
    Communication between kitchen and bar is poor, a lot of misunderstandings are made

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Sort it out. Treat your staff with respect. Don't expect such ridiculous things

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