Our Benefits

You deserve it...

We’re grateful for all the hard work our teams put into serving our guests. In return we work hard to provide a whole host of benefits and rewards to show our appreciation, concentrating on delivering what our people really value most. 


M&B Benefits

Dine with us

You can enjoy our hospitality as much as our guests do. Enjoy 33% off a meal for you and up to 5 friends. With over 1,600 businesses and 13 brands, you'll be spoilt for choice.


Pick a perk

Bag yourself great deals and discounts from your favourite retailers, access our cycle to work scheme and enjoy cashback. It's all available with pick a perk.


Get Inn on this

Fancy a short city break or the countryside escape? We've got you covered, You can enjoy discounted rooms in one of 44 Innkeepers Lodges from London to Loch Lomond.


A Pension that pays

Even though retirement may be many years away, we offer a range of pension plans to suit your needs. You can decide how much want to save, and we will contribute up to a maximum of 6% (Role Dependent)


ShareSave

The Sharesave Plan allows you to save every month for a period of 3 or 5 years, and at the end of the period chosen you can either decide to buy shares in Mitchells & Butlers plc at a price set just before the launch, or have your money returned to you with no charge.​

Keep Fit

Get up to 50% discount on PureGym annual memberships . You can enjoy vibrant gyms with state of the art equipment that are open 24/7, with up to 50 free classes a week.



Cycle to work

Get a new bike, equipment or both worth up to £1,000. Pay through your salary over 18 months and save on tax - up to 42% saving! 




Keep you smiling 

Each year you have the option to join our dental plan scheme to cover some or all (depending on the scheme you choose) of your dental costs. 





You and who?

Help us find somebody like you to work for us. Recommend somebody to help us build our team, and not to mention earn your self up to £1,000.





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The inside scoop: what it's like to be back working in a pub after Covid-19

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It’s been just over three months since the doors of our pubs, restaurants and bars closed and our teams hung up their chef whites and poured their last pints.  The moment our government announced that we could reopen, the M&B family got busy preparing our pubs and restaurants so we were ready to safely welcome our guests again. We spoke to Casey who works as waiting staff at one of our businesses to find out what her time away from the pub has been like and how she feels after her first week back to work. Here’s the inside scoop: What role do you do and how long have you been with M&B? For the last three years, I’ve worked for M&B as a Team Member at the Plough in Harrow, which is one of our Premium Country Pubs. The flexibility of this job has allowed me to gain some great experience in the hospitality industry whilst studying for my degree at university. What did you miss most while away from work?Just being productive, admittedly I fell into a bit of a rut during the lockdown and felt like I would accomplish nothing with my days, there are only so many zoom quizzes and Netflix series you can watch. Being back at work, back with my team and seeing the regulars has really helped me to mentally get out of that rut and get back to my old self.How did you feel coming back to work?At first, I was nervous and quite anxious at the idea of coming back to my restaurant job, but once I was made aware of the new procedures that have been put in place and I saw them in action I was instantly eased. M&B has been really supportive throughout the lockdown, sharing regular updates on what’s happening within the business and giving us all the information we need on new procedures to make the return to work as seamless as possible.What was the first order you took when your pub reopened? It was a table of two of our regulars who shared that they couldn’t wait to come back to see us. They ordered a Dirty Burger with added halloumi and 7oz Fillet Steak, medium with beef dripping sauce and a side of onion rings. Our regulars probably know the menu as well as we do and know how to put together a mouth-watering meal.What has it been like working in a pub since they reopened?I thought I would have forgotten how to do everything, having been away from my waiting job for such a long time, but once I stepped back into the pub everything came flooding back. It has been so nice to be reunited with the team and the transition has been much easier than I thought it would be. Every single guest has been lovely and really understanding which has made us even happier to be back. What has been changed in your pub post lockdown?There has been a lot to learn and get to grips with since we have reopened our Premium Country Pubs, but I’m grateful that these new measures are in place because it makes the pub feel like a safe place to work. The changes have been carefully planned so that you still get that warm and inviting pub feel and we have had lots of positive feedback from our guests which has been lovely!A couple of the main changes are…We ask all our guests to sanitise their hands when they arrive, and we explain the new safety measures to them.We do more detailed cleaning throughout the day for example, after each guest leaves we clean all table surfaces, table legs, chairs and chair legs before the next guests are seated.All our menus are now paper disposal ones, they are thrown away after our guests have used them.There is social distancing throughout the pub – our table layout has been changed to ensure our tables are at a safe social distance and there are social distancing signs around the pub to remind everybody of the new measures.How do you feel after your first week back and what’s been your favourite part?It’s really good to be back, the pub feels really safe and our guests are happy. It’s almost like there wasn’t a 3-month break (although my feet are adjusting more slowly to the new routine)! Being reunited with the team and welcoming our regulars back to the pub has easily been the best part of coming back to the work. We’ve kept in touch virtually as a team during the lockdown, but nothing beats seeing each other face to face.Find out more about #lifeatmabWe’re over the moon to have welcomed Casey back but the since the safety of our guests and staff is our number one priority we’re making sure that any changes made are in line with government guidelines. It’s the hard work of Casey and the rest of the team that has helped us provide a brilliant service for our guests, where everyone is safe, comfortable and reunited with their perfectly cooked 7oz Fillet Steak. Want to join the M&B family? Explore our bar jobs or find your perfect opportunity by searching our head chef jobs.

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It’s been just over three months since the doors of our pubs, restaurants and bars closed and our teams hung up their chef whites and poured their last pints. Here's Casey's story about what her first week back has been like.

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Steph Baker

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Steph Baker

Why hospitality is not just a man's business.

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Meet Ali, Nicoleta, Wendy and Natalie  This all-star team run the The Albany, and they want to tell you why hospitality is not just a man's business.

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Emily Smith

Emily Smith

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Emily Smith

Try crunching these numbers

14,000
e Bus

We serve around 14,000 tonnes of
chips... which is the weight of 930
double decker buses!

380
Million e Beer

The number of drinks
we serve in a year.

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