Author: Isabel Pibernat, worker of the Tasting Workshop.
Before starting work at the Ramon Noguera Foundation cafeteria I had worked at the market stalls of my parents. When they folded, I studied a medium degree of commerce and I started pastry making, but it was difficult for me to find work.
Finally, on April 27, 2016, I went to work at the foundation in the space dedicated to the hotel industry under the name " Tasting Degree in the Foundation ".
At first I was a bit lost with doing coffee and sandwiches but little by little I was learning and every time I felt more secure and comfortable with work. The help of my colleagues was very important to me, to improve and feel safe.
Just a short time later I was offered to be responsible for the afternoon turn. I liked it very much because I saw that I trusted and were happy with my work, but I also felt the pressure and responsibility to do it well.
The space in which I work is a space designed to be cozy, to provide a service and a direct and personal attention to the people who enter. I really like to have a pleasant deal with customers, since they often come and finish them by taking trust and esteem.
Article published in the Annual Magazine of the Ramon Noguera Foundation 2017. Read more articles: MAGAZINE FRN 2017
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