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The Oyster card is a payment method for public transport in London (and certain areas around it) in the United Kingdom. A standard Oyster card is a blue credit-card-sized stored-value contact-less smart-card. It is promoted by Transport for London and can be used on travel modes across London including London Underground, London Buses, the Docklands Light Railway (DLR), London Overground, Tramlink, some river boat services, and most National Rail services within the London fare zones. Since its introduction in June 2003, more than 86 million cards have been used.

An employee shared this in a forum. "Management has favorites . So that means if they dont like you you will never make money.They are very prejudiced against minorities. They allow you to clock in 5 minutes before but do not allow a grace period. You will get an occurence if you are even 1 second late. However if they like you then you will not get an occurence."

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COOK (Former Employee) says

"my job was prepping food making sure everything is done right"

Front of house (Current Employee) says

"If you have a family and people who love you then don't deal with acme. It's a ridiculous company that has no care about their employers. Make sure that you have no life and you hate yourself then go work for acme."

Cook/Prep (Former Employee) says

"I am more a physical labor person so i didnt like being in a kitchen. Also i did not agree with the management there. When it came to me, they were not willing to change my hours to help me more. I barely got time off, there were times i was sick & throwing up and they didnt want to let me clock out. I feel thats unsanitary as a food business to have sick employees around food thats being served to customers."

Hostess (Former Employee) says

"A typical day at work was busy. A very fast paced environment. Friendly for the most part. Unreasonable management with no job security. The hours and are demanding."

Server/Hostess (Current Employee) says

"I enjoyed working there for the time that I did. I leaned a lot about the restaurant industry, and how to communicate effectively between coworkers, management, and customers."

team member (Former Employee) says

"On a average day, I chargrilled over fifty dozen oysters. The hardest part of the job was trying too keep up with the high demand for char-grilled oysters Cons: parking"

Former Employee - Software Engineer says

"I worked at Oyster full-time for less than a year Cons: People are very negative regarding embracing change, be it technical, mgmt, etc, mostly a huge part of the team working in India/Nepal because there's a strong friend relationship between them and the CEO, who's always protecting them no matter what. Leadership from dev managers is often not quite adequate, they make you work overtime and they frequently ask you to work even on weekends. There's a poor resource management and most people joining the team go without being properly onboarded. HR team has an awful attitude facing cultural problems and situations where some coworker is being disrespectful against others, so they mostly cover situations involving harassment or discrimination to avoid taking actions according to law. They prefer to let go without a justified reason of people who stood up against these situations than acting according to law. Direction of the company is quite uncertain. This company seems more like a temporal one which i highly doubt will reach a good end in the near future. If you take a look at their social networks, there are many comments from people who are very unsatisfied with the service they're receiving."

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