The Warrington Country Club: It’s a Culture

Ryan Ford at the Warrington country club in Bucks County

Photo of Manager/Owner Ryan Ford rewarding the employee of the month by working their November 4th shift. The employee is still compensated for the shift

Eight years ago, when searching for my career I was asked a question during an interview about what meant more to me: recognition or compensation.  I immediately began thinking of a culture where employees recognized each other’s hard work.  Where a flat rate compensation didn’t reward all the subtle and grand efforts key employees exuded.

Here at the Warrington Country Club we embrace a different approach.  One where hard work is recognized as soon as a fellow employee exceeds the expectations of our guests, demonstrates a phenomenal work ethic, displays a willingness to learn more about the position, and an eagerness to teach others.

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Have a Last Minute Bite with Our Late Night Stations

They say at a wedding, that the bride and groom often don’t get a chance to eat. Between photos, toasts, speeches, dances and greeting guests, it’s hard to find the time to get a bite.

Warrington County Club feels the pain of these hungry newlyweds and their guests!

That’s why we’ve set up our new late night stations. We put them out about an hour before the festivities wrap up, designed to help please anyone who wants a last minute bite.

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