Housekeeper (Current Employee) – New Addington, Greater London – 25 March 2018
the day is fun and makes it go quick as it is always busy. the people are nice and i have learnt the what it means to work in busy environment, how to communicate with people and respect other cultures in the workplace.
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – South Normanton, Derbyshire – 22 March 2018
Not somewhere I would recommend anyone stay. Especially if yoi expect progression (unless you are shown favourtism). You are insignificant and just another number. You are undervalued and your years of service matter none. Benefits and reduced priced sales of stock apply to only the people they deem worthy of or on shift at the time. Knowledge of important information you are supposed to be telepathic if you miss it. Benefits of extra training even when under a redundancy package are not forfilled and the company has regularly seen many people be offered or forced redundancy. Not somewhere you can feel secure in a job role if you need security. If you just need a little job, that pay is about adverage, to gain experience then this is a great job, but expect extremely late nights/early ams and forced overtime.
Logistics Assistant (Former Employee) – Provincia di Catania, Sicilia – 10 March 2018
A typical day in a retail manager job often consists of maintaining a store environment that is a pleasant experience for customers by managing many employees simultaneously. Work begins fairly early in the morning, often before the retail location opens, and an 8- to 10-hour workday begins. Retail managers handle a wide variety of routine tasks, such as writing reports; supervising employees; managing cash; ordering stock; handling schedules, payroll, and marketing and promotional roll-outs; and securing the store upon closing. In addition, a retail manager can expect to deal with customer complaints, employee work delegation, staff shortages, equipment failures and other unexpected things that occur in a retail environment. On average, retail managers may work as many as 50 or more hours per week.
My review of alliance Well your thrown into the deep end there's no team work and I only got one break doing either an 8 9 or 10 hour shift. Working for the company I got paid weekly as I was agency but to me this firm has got all the piroities wrong they should give the staff the correct amount of breakd
One star is to much for this place. First break after 6 working hours. Poor money, management not know what it is health and safety. Between the bookshelves boyfriends (about 20 years old) he comforted his girlfriend 😂
Multi Drop Driver (Former Employee) – Cornwall – 5 February 2018
Applied for a job, advertised on indeed for a Multi Drop Driver in Cornwall (outbased). Got an email saying I had not got the job as there was a very high volume of applications and that they had engaged someone who they considered to be a better "fit" for the job. They also said that they liked my skills and experience and wanted to keep my details on file for any future vacancies.
THE VERY NEXT DAY the same position was advertised again on indeed. So is this a fishing trip by this company to harvest personal details? or are they just having a laugh ?
Either way, I am sick of companies treating genuine job applicants in this shoddy way. WTF !!!!!!!
Medical Assembler (Former Employee) – Swansea – 3 February 2018
A really hard working but rewarding job. The other employees are great and the management are friendly. Supervisors ensure you are working at you best in your suited job role. The workforce help each other like family and this company is a great way to gain experience in warehouse work. They provide 1-1 meetings with the supervisor once a month to see if there is any problems and issues
My daily routine would be to clock in after security and proceed to my work area (which hardly changes but can time to time) The machines will come on and the belt would start moving meaning its time to work!
I had two main roles, The first I would check stock and package them for delivery. My second responsibility was to place those packed products into the correct loading location for the delivery drivers the next day.
All in all, great place to work.
Good management (friendly), Training, High income, Respectful workers, 1-1 meetings
I worked at alliance healthcare in Exeter 10 years ago, as a temp whilst at college, I can honestly say one of my most preferred jobs of all time. The pay was excellent, the staff were really helpful showing me around and showing me the ropes.
Warehouse Operative (Current Employee) – Leeds, West Yorkshire – 22 January 2018
Horrendous!! The current management at Leeds is shameful. They have no respect what so ever for employees and clearly live by the rule "do as I say, not as I do" they implement rule after rule that they demand to be followed otherwise you will have disciplinary action taken against you, but yet they are blatantly seen breaking every rule in the book on a daily basis! Their attitude and presence is that they are far superior to the warehouse operatives. It is near impossible to raise any kind of concern or voice an opinion to them, they don't hear you out, you won't get to finish what you have to say, (that's if you were lucky enough to start in the first instance) they simply cut you off, talk over you and dismiss you!
DRIVER HIRE RECRUITMENT, ABERDEEN (Former Employee) – Aberdeen, Aberdeen City – 18 January 2018
placed for 3 weeks with alliance via driverhire, provided you could follow road directions and read the relevant paperwork, running around in a van delivering pharmaceuticals was pretty good. Staff were pleasant and polite . driverhire staff equally pleasant and always efficient in sourcing work
Good place to work but management couldn't run a bath
Driver (Current Employee) – Preston, Lancashire – 29 December 2017
This is a easy job when you get into it but can be hard some days. However the down fall the this management there lazy and never actually done the job. They treat you like poo and also brake the rules if it works there faver. This place only runs due to the employees they work 10-15 hours a day with 1 brake for dinner if there lucky, I would recommend this job but try and avoided management as they make the job harder and always **** up.
Good job well paid
Management very bad. Not done the job just got red carpet to the top
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Livingston, West Lothian – 14 November 2017
My day started at 9am and finished at 1.30 the company was good for that good hours i did alot of jobs over the 14 years i was there the managment where ok depending on what department you worked for the hardest part was when they told use that we where get made redundent we had to continue working there for nearly a year that was tuff as we where treated like dirt the most enjoyable part of my job was the people i worked with