I joined Eurest Poland in 2012. I had just passed my secondary school-leaving examinations but I had yet to take my vocational examinations, scheduled to be held two weeks after I started work for Eurest Poland.
Feeling a lot of stress, the new job, my lack of experience, the vocational examinations - it was a highly emotional time. That was all a real challenge for me. I began my career as a kitchen assistant. I only worked for 4 months in this job. My supervisor soon discovered my commitment to work, engagement in interactions with customers, so before long I was promoted to the position of customer service specialist. Taking notice of how fast I learnt the new roles I was assigned, the restaurant manager soon allowed me to substitute for her while she was away. My commitment was recognised and consequently, in 2016, I was promoted to the position of restaurant manager. Over time I was entrusted with the task of managing another restaurant, so since September 2017 I have run two Compass Group restaurants in Poland. The best part about it is that I like what I do.