What about flexibility, the people & opportunities?
One thing was made clear as day when we visited Ibérica La Terrazza – the staff are truly cared for, and everyone cares for each other. Which makes for an amazing work culture of camaraderie and support which we could feel when we were there!
There’s Flexibility and Open Communication
Only looking for part-time? No problem! Aday started out with just 15 hours a week. He also mentions that ‘the management team is quite close to you always, so if you prefer working in mornings or afternoons or anything, they’re quite adaptable to you… so that’s not an issue.’
‘We have the best staff ever,’ says Receptionist Alexandrda. ‘We want to help each other and so our management team are always open to…giving us what we need.’
You’ll Always have the Chance to Grow
Nothing makes a flexibility at work easier than honest and open communication with the management. But if you want to take on a more committed role, there’s always that chance.
‘It’s the best place for progression because they’ll give you the chance if you want to,’ says Assistant Manager Sylviu. ‘If you prove you want to do it and you work hard, they’ll give you the opportunity 100%.’
You can feel assured that at Ibérica La Terrazza, you’ll be heard.
And finally, the number one thing we were told during our visit…
The People are the Best Part
The people you’re surrounded by at work can really make or break how you feel about your job! So it was genuinely amazing to hear everyone name their colleagues as a huge part of why they love Ibérica La Terrazza.
‘My favourite thing is … my work colleagues, for sure. It’s, like, one of the main reasons I come to work and I always give it my all, try to help them, give advice… Just the people. The people are everything.’ says Chef Adrian.
Assistant Manager Sylviu also had a thing or two to say about getting together for a good time!
‘Oh yeah, last Sunday? Oof! Last Sunday was tough for all of us. We went to, ah, where was it… Brick Lane. Brick Lane was nice. We went to a salsa club… We try to keep it as tight as possible, the team.’