I loved the job, I loved everyone I worked with, however my main issue of concern is lack of communication between all of management. Yes they talk, maybe the show take notes as sometimes, I would have to tell several members of management, the same thing as nobody passed the relevant information onto the correct department.
Great to work for
Dropped like a hot potato, when issue's became of concern, pandemic wise!
I started working 4 days on 4 days off. You work 12 hours for 4 days continuously, then you get rest for 4 days. And you keep going like that. I started off the first week and from the first day, i did some picking (forklift) and packing, getting used to things. The other following days became a bit easier than the previous ones, by avoiding some stress because i got more confidence knowing how to do things in a proper manner, finding less difficulties thereafter. The Logistics Warehouse i worked in, basically more than 90% of the people were polish, even all the agency employers, which was neutral for me, as you can hear polish chit-chat everywhere as i worked back in 2015. I didn't really care. The thing is, as i started working the following third week, i finished my third shift (day) and after i have finished it, i got a message from my employer telling me that there's not enough work. To emphasise this, when i applied on the indeed.co.uk, it said the job was full-time with contract which i quickly disregard it since it was going to be bullocks truth. So the message told me that there was not enough work for me on the fourth day, linking back to my emphasis. This shows that the company is pointless to deal with anything against them and just stay put for the majority of your time. In an instant, you could be not needed anymore since they employ a lot of people in the first place, and take it that you are not needed anymore which is annoying, given the fact that nearly every warehouse acts like that, irrespective of their abilities. The problem with them is, they write false - more...
Enough breaks, good salary, friendly people.
Unstable department, saying one thing, then saying another.
Lost 3 stone in 3 months taking panic parts to line, walked approx 8miles a day on foot. Management very poor, couldn't get a job on track as worked for ceva in the warehouse, was interviewed at leamington job centre, just asked if I could carry 25 kilos, that was it
FLT Driver (Former Employee) - West Yorkshire - 15 May 2020
In the 12 days I worked there (3 weeks) sent home twice after 2 hours no work having traveled 20 miles to work and then having to travel home again (40 mile round trip) then message on both occasions not to turn up for work the following day (not just me most agency staff) while they were still taking interviews
The pay is poor for class 1 night work, managers and supervisors dont use common sense , lack of man management skills, 4 or 5 drops a night, sometimes with a full trailer, as far as norwich or hove, start at 2330 finish most days around 1000.
That place became a concentration camp, management is xenophobic.First warehouse to segregate people on shifts to nationality.Recently,after Brexit, they cancel work mostly to afternoon shift who's predominantly romanians.Favouritism and nepotism are rampant work is allowed only if someone vouches for you. Competition between shift leads to hate and sabotaged.
they are still lying and cheating people. they promise golden mountains and they don't live up to their promises. sometimes I have the impression that I work in three different companies, management is to blame. nepotism is on the agenda, you can work for 2 years and you will be worse than people who work for one month and are girls or family members.
the money properly.