Wagamama Jobs & Careers in Horsham, England

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30+ days ago

kitchen porter |

Wagamama Horsham, England +4 locations

wagamama has built a brand that people admire by being true to our principles. at the heart of what we do is a promise to treating our employees like… Glassdoor


23 days ago

front of house team member |

Wagamama Horsham, England +5 locations

wagamama has built a brand that people admire by being true to our principles. at the heart of what we do is a promise to treating our employees like… Glassdoor


22 hrs ago

line chef | – new

Wagamama Walton-on-Thames, England +2 locations

wagamama has built a brand that people admire by being true to our principles. at the heart of what we do is a promise to treating our employees like… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

sous chef |

Wagamama Camberley, England

wagamama has built a brand that people admire by being true to our principles. at the heart of what we do is a promise to treating our employees like… Glassdoor


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    Current Employee - FOH  in  Boston, MA
    Current Employee - FOH in Boston, MA

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

    Pros

    Unique server position. Team mentality. No hostess, bartender, server division, everyone does everything. A good amount of money and you can get hired with no serving experience.
    Usually walk out with $100 for a pm shift. I've made over $300 working from about noon to 10 pm. (Although that's rare and not even worth the money).

    Cons

    Pooled tips allow some people to be lazy and others to do everything. Most don't take advantage but the few that do seem to be able to stick around for a very long time. The team work thing can result in miscommunications being a much bigger deal than they need to be. Also, there is never anyone specific to blame when something goes wrong so a lot of time is spent going over basics because one person messes up repeatedly.

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