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Hamish has been with Revolution for nearly 9 years, progressing to General Manager at Parsonage Gardens bar. For him, it’s the training that has been the most important part of his career progression. One of the first to attend the year-long intensive training academy, Hamish now has an accomplished and rounded experience of all aspects of bar management
And his hard work has not gone unnoticed. He’s been to Berlin, Amsterdam, New York and Las Vegas training with the company. But he insists it’s not all about the jetsetting. Seeing previous members of his teams following him through the ranks, and being promoted themselves, is what really gives him the job satisfaction.
Emily has pretty much done it all when it comes to bar work! She started as a glass collector, served behind the bar and was promoted to supervisor before being asked to join the sales team.
For Emily, the best thing about working for Revolution is that management teams are always looking for an individual’s strong points, using the strengths of the team in the best possible way.Sales and Events is the perfect role for Emily. Every day really is different. Her greatest accomplishment and proudest moment was last Christmas, when her bar beat last year’s pre-booked revenue record. And it felt great to be rewarded for all that hard work.
Sales and Events is the perfect role for Emily. Every day really is different. Her greatest accomplishment and proudest moment was last Christmas, when her bar beat last year’s pre-booked revenue record. And it felt great to be rewarded for all that hard work.
Sophie has travelled all over the country with Revolution, working her way up from glass collector to shot girl to trainee manager, restaurant manager and then general manager.
She puts her progression down to the support of the general managers she has worked with, people who put time and effort into mentoring her and supporting her development in the company.
For Sophie, the benefits and incentives really make Revolution a unique place to work, but it’s also the people she works alongside and the customers she greets every day that make every bar really special. The opportunity to build and train her own team has been the most exciting part of her job and becoming one of the business’ award-winning bars last year means she really is doing a great job!