Working at Banjos was great work for a step into the working life. An average day I would work a five hour shift either doing dishes, interacting with customers, tidying and cleaning all areas. Very professionally run by the owners. The culture there is really great, everyone is happy to show up to work and the atmosphere there is great. Hardest part of the job would be avoiding taking home the free food! Most enjoyable part would be all the great food and bonuses working there brings.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Tasmania – 23 October 2016
I really enjoyed working at Banjo's. The staff members became my family and I completed my certificate III in Hospitality. It was great to work as part of a team with people that supported my long term goals. Without the understanding of my managers, I wouldn't be in my position today. I was given the opportunity to learn so much and would recommend it to anyone else that is looking for a job within a hospitality team.
Front of House Waitress (Former Employee) – Huonville TAS – 8 August 2016
A typical day at work would involve cleaning, waitressing, serving customers, handling money, giving correct change and restocking food and drinks. At Banjos Bakery Cafe I learned how to work well at a till, whist also being responsible for cleaning and restocking. I also learned to work well in a team with the other friendly staff. The management at Banjos Bakery Cafe could have been better. The hardest part of the job was definitely multitasking, which is my strong point. The most enjoyable part of the job would have to be working with my co-workers as a team to get things done.
Baker (Former Employee) – Huonville, TAS – 7 May 2015
A typical day at work involved me arriving there at 1am, I came to work but it was also good to chat with the other baker on shift and share stories, I got on well with the manager, I think the best part about the job was the learning curve and gaining the experience in the work force, the hardest bit of the job for me was adjusting to waking up at 12am everyday.