Working at Motorway Services - more benefits than you think

Working at Motorway Services - more benefits than you think

People often shun working at motorway service stations and take the view that working in towns or cities is much more convenient and will offer a more pleasant working environment. It is true that working at motorway service stations is not for everyone but before skipping past that job advert for a motorway service station near you, have a think about what it could offer you that working in town can’t.

  • If you drive and have access to a car then your commute could be a lot quicker and stress free. This is particularly true if you live near to a motorway. Jumping in your car on a cold and wet morning is a lot nicer than standing waiting on a bus or train!
  • Many motorway service stations will offer excellent discounts to their employees and family and friends for other stations throughout the UK. That means discounted coffee and cake on your next road trip!
  • You will also often get discounts at all other food outlets/shops at the motorway service station meaning you can eat lunch a lot cheaper than you would in a town or city.
  • The customers you meet in motorway service stations will often be tourists who have come over to the UK on holiday, so you will meet people from a wide variety of places. You may not get this opportunity working in a shop or restaurant in a town or city.
  • Many motorway service operators also offer exclusive high street savings and savings on hotel stays - saving you money on purchases throughout the year and on breaks away with your family and friends.
  • Bonus schemes - many operators offer bonus schemes where you could earn some extra cash.

So, the next time you are about to skip past a job advert for a role at a motorway service station, have a think about what you could be missing out on and the benefits you could gain from working there.

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