At Marston’s, our purpose is to bring people together for happy, memorable and meaningful experiences. To do this we need to ensure the warmest of welcomes and that everyone is made to feel at home, valued and special. We feel that this applies just as much to our team members as it does to our guests and suppliers.
We’re passionate about making Marston’s a place where we foster a sense of belonging amongst our teams, so they can bring their authentic self to work.
Marston’s is renowned in the industry for its caring, friendly, team culture. We’re a bit like a big family. As such, we look out for one another, respect each other and embrace our differences – it’s unconditional. We don’t want cookie cutter employees. We want lots of different people with varied identities, personality traits, perspectives, backgrounds and beliefs. We know this will bring diversity of thought and experience that will challenge our business to be the best it can be.
We continually work to make Marston’s a better place to work, we listen to our teams and understand what that means to them. We create conversations across our business through our Your Voice monthly engagement surveys. We know happy engaged teams improve productivity and performance creating even more happiness!
We are a Disability Confident Employer, we are also members of Stonewall’s Diversity Champions programme and WiHTL (Women in Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure). We collaborate to learn and be better, by getting guidance from the best.
The physical, emotional and financial wellbeing of our teams is so important to us, it’s something we take very seriously. We have our Employee Assistance Programmes in place along with a wellbeing calendar of events.
We are really pleased to have partnered with The Burnt Chef Project which was set up with the sole intention of eradicating mental health stigma within hospitality. We are fully committed to making the hospitality profession healthier and more sustainable. We are building the capability of our line managers and team members through training to enhance the awareness of mental health and the importance of empathetic open conversations.