Bar Staff (Former Employee) – Glasgow – 30 December 2016
Seemed like a good job to have at first as i enjoy socializing and would enjoy serving customers at the bar. This soon stopped as shifts were barley given as there would usually be 1 or no shifts available in a week
My daughter recently enrolled with this company, for temp/casual event bar work in Glasgow. To work their events you need a certain type of shirt/blouse, a certain type of trousers (no skirts, now!!) and a certain type of footwear. None of this "uniform" is provided for you.
In return for spending your own money on appropriate clothing and being available at the drop of a hat, you get paid the minimum possible amount that the company can legally pay you.
Hospitality Team Member (Current Employee) – Various – 27 January 2016
Staff where very friendly and always helpful! Always kept in touch with jobs available and I was paid every week when I was supposed to be, sometimes I even received my pay early on a Thursday evening!
Worked hospitality shifts across Glasgow and out with! Gave me loads of valuable experience in different areas and also got to meet a lot of people.
Staff always helpful and lunch provided at some sites
production operator (Former Employee) – Inchinnan – 12 January 2016
Being told to do all the worst jobs full time staff refuse to do.I learned to choose recruitment agencies more carefully after my experience with this agency.The management have got no clue how to run the company,every time you ask a simple thing about your wages you are passed from person to person and eventually you give up so they get to keep your money. Co workers were ok but knowing if they were full time workers they were getting more money than you and they did easier jobs.The hardest part of the job was working really hard for minimum wage.
Production Operative (Former Employee) – northumberland – 1 October 2014
A typical day was to start with a team meeting, finding out about the previous shifts production if there were any safety incidents and to find out our own shifts production targets and where I would be placed in the factory for example what line I would be working on. Once on the line, if down I would be checking all guide rails and other parts of the line to make sure it was ready for production to begin. Once in production my responsibilities were to make sure product was at a suitable standard for dispatch.