Resumen de wagamama

  • Londres, Reino Unido
  • De 5001 a 10 000 empleados
  • 1992
  • Empresa privada
  • Restaurantes de categoría intermedia
  • De 100 a 500 millones (USD)


wagamama means naughty child, one who is wilful or determined......why you ask? because we’re never afraid to say what we believe in. never afraid to be different, be bold and to stand out. we don’t do mindless corporate talk, we want to be authentic, genuine and honest...... ...
Objetivo: kaizen, meaning 'good change' is the philosophy that shapes every dish we create, and pushes us to find better ways in all that we do. we’re restless spirits. forever creating and making things better we’ve been practicing kaizen since 1992, when we opened our first doors in ...

Opiniones sobre wagamama

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Aprobación Dir. Gral.
Thomas Heier
Thomas Heier
19 valoraciones
Exempleado, menos de 1 año

"Estuvo bien"

Jan 9, 2020 - Camarero en Madrid
Perspectiva negativa
Valoración positiva director(a) gral.


Ambiente laboral bueno y jefe proactivo


Horarios partidos y black belts incapacitados
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Entrevistas de wagamama

Entrevista conseguida
Solicitud electrónica81%
En persona11%
Recomendación de empleado4%

  1. Entrevista de Chef

    Empleado anónimo en Londres, Inglaterra, Inglaterra
    Sin oferta
    Experiencia negativa
    Entrevista fácil

    Envié una solicitud electrónica. Acudí a una entrevista en wagamama (Londres, Inglaterra, Inglaterra)


    First had an interview over the phone with standard questions which was then followed by a trial shift, again pretty standard.

    However, upon completing the trial shift there were some very weird problems.
    First I handed over my UK Passport and was questioned as to why the expiry date only said 28 and not 2028 in the expiry date which was a little weird for a hiring manager not being familiar with a passport.

    After this, I reminded the manager that I needed to work my two weeks notice at my current job before transferring over. To which the manager stated they were aware that I had a two-week notice as I had put it on my application however they were under the impression I had already handed my notice in when I sent my Wagamama's application (who would do this?!) so I was then handed back my passport and told that I would have to resign first and then call the store so that my application could continue and my right to work documents were never checked despite having them on me.

    So effectively, the hiring manager wanted me to quit my current job without being offered a contract first. This is highly unusual and a little shady and it's a real shame because I would have loved to start a career here but have now been put off by this unusual experience.

    Why do you want to work here? Do you cook Asian-style dishes at home? tell me the process? Tell me a time you've challenged yourself in the past. Tell me a time where you exceeded expectations. Usual interview stuff.

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Premios y reconocimientos de wagamama

  • UK Employee Experience Awards 2021 | two silver prizes in Digital Technologies and Employee Engagement InnovationThe UK Employee Experience Awards2021
  • peach awardsCGA Peach2018

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