Average Start time:8.00am
Average End time:6.00pm
Average Number of Working Hours:10 hrs
Average start and end
"Working hours meet the need of the operation, shift work. Flexibility and adaptability are essential."
Graduate, Graduate at Firmdale Hotels
"As part of the Operations Graduate Programme, you will work all different types of hours dependent on the department you are working in. Every working day is completely different and has new challenges!"
Graduate Manager, Edinburgh at The PH Group
"Finish time is flexible, usually work overtime however when I need flexibility there is no problem, and can get days off when planned ahead with my line manager (plus vacation days). Work will take an important part of the life balance, but the learning experience is rewarding."
Future Leader Revenue Management, Revenue Management at InterContinental Hotels Group
"The hours completely depend on what department you are in, for example in food and beverage and conference and events it is longer hours than housekeeping, reception, hr and finance. However working these hours is very rewarding as you get to see events from start to finish. "
Graduate Manager, at The PH Group
"Hospitality is very flexible and can be short or long hours."
Management graduate trainee, Covent garden at Firmdale Hotels
"Schedule is very flexible, we have morning and evening shifts as late as middle and late night shifts. But it might have its advantage as well - you can always ask for that schedule that suits you and your pace of life most of all."
Supervisor, F&B at InterContinental Hotels Group
"I work a mixture of early and late shifts so I cannot put a start and finish time."
Graduate Management Trainee, Various at Firmdale Hotels
"Hospitality - you work very different hours."
Graduate Management Trainee, Hotel Operations at Hilton Worldwide
Graduate Management Trainee, F&B, FO at Hilton Worldwide
"Operations related shifts either from 7am or 3pm."
Future Leader, at InterContinental Hotels Group