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Pinnacle was a very good place to improve my skills in hospitality, specially because I had to word with a lot of companies, and each company has their policy.These opportunities make excitement to learn with more attention, because we need to be fast to learn and excellent to serve, it is good to create in the employee an excellent chance to improve professionalism that we need.I'm really grateful to had worked there.
Accept our complain about the clients
Tell to the clients - (More food for workers - break time)
I have learned several different types of works by working through Pinnacle People and I enjoyed it. There is no stress working through Pinnacle, so much fun. I love every staff at Pinnacle, they are so helpful. Thank you so much by always giving me shift to work. Hope you guys have a nice day every single day.
Sometimes working place too far away
They're only look after Themselves and their pockets. Told you will have work most of week lucky if you see one day for more then 4 hours. And if you complain about a workplace you are blacklisted for a month and won't work it is a joke most of the time.
Need to have other job , the shifts are completely client based so, pinnacle people don’t creat shifts.shifts should come from clients.Having other job in hand and working with pinnacle can be safe.
Some time you may not get work
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Pinnacle advertise as "casual - choose your hours through our app". In Canberra, what this actually means is that they assume you have full time availability. The Pinnacle office will ignore the unavailabilities you put on the app, and call you up for shifts during times you have already said you cannot work. If you don't accept shifts because you are unavailable, the office will treat you rudely, and then stop offering you shifts on days that you are available. There are very few weekend shifts offered. When you do accept a shift, the start and end times are frequently changed without your consent (in my experience, moving the shift outside my available hours), and you have to call the office and get the times changed back to the shift you agreed to. Shifts can also be cancelled without explanation (even as close as 3 hours prior to your shift starting). In Parliament House, you will not be trained. Stressed supervisors do not have time for you, and instead get angry at new staff for not knowing what to do. They frequently expect you to stay back late, with shifts that are supposed to finish at 10pm or 12pm regularly extending until 2-4am. The pay is good, but for me, honestly not worth it.
Mostly late weeknight work, Shifts can be changed & cancelled, Office ignore your unavailabilities and are rude when you do not accept shifts that you cannot do, Poor workplace culture.
Massive opportunity to experience different work styles, environments, teams, organizations and cultures. Whether good or bad, you will still learn lots. Flexible rosters, you can make a side of extra cash when you have time to spare.
Have to give time for looking for transportation for every new venues
Working hard at catering sites and bar sites. It is a good atmosphere to work with friendly people. It is hard to work when it gets very busy. The most enjoyable part is job satisfaction from doing a good job and the people are happy,
There is free food at some sites.
Sometimes the shifts are long and there are no breaks.
App based jobs? I am fully qualified chef over 20 years experience sent to clean benches for two hours before service...This group has no idea . The jobs offered are not commensurate with qualifications. App is rubbish if you live in area with no mobile coverage, they just pump the numbers through for the next sucker!