Employer Brand Management Award
Recruiting the right people is key for Fuller’s.
Here at Fuller’s, we have a vision for our pubs and team members. We want to create and operate the most stylish pubs and hotels whilst brewing and supplying Britain’s most coveted premium brands for discerning customers. We want to make sure that we deliver a distinctive customer experience, grow our business to enhance our premium position, continue improving on our already strong reputation and have excellent staff and development opportunities to achieve all this.
Fuller’s is full of great opportunities to enhance your career and learn great skills.
Callum Melhuish, one of the 71 chef apprentices who to join Fuller’s last year, started off his passion at school by making Swiss rolls, and now, is a semi-finalist for the Torq D’or competition along with being entered into the Fuller’s Chef of the Year 2018 under 25's competition. Fuller’s is the place to be for chef apprentices, we have partnerships with various Universities and Colleges, including the University of West London. These programmes are designed to fully develop you into becoming a well-rounded chef who is adept in working in any demanding kitchen. Apprentices gain a college education as well as working in a real-life kitchen, as Callum states ‘there is nothing greater than real life experience’.
The Fuller’s Graduate scheme, which is now in its 8th year has seen young people supported and motivated into performing amazing things for Fuller’s. Hayley Marlor, now part of the brewing team, worked with Marble Brewery and created a saison beer called Matariki which is now being sold in Waitrose, as part of the Fuller’s and Friends initiative. Hayley was named one of the ‘top five female brewers you need to know about right now’.
The current graduate intake took part in the Times Graduate Challenge, rolling a 101 kg barrel 10 miles for charity and took part in a challenge day against other companies (read more about the barrel roll here). The Times Graduate Challenge, now in its 11th year, had over 30 teams taking part and everyone at Fuller’s was delighted when our graduates won the Times Graduate Challenge 2017-18.