Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Coventry – 19 March 2018
They are very organised and makes sure that their workers are upbeat. Also they provide breaks and make you feel welcomed. they make sure that their workers are comfortable and not under stress in keeping up with the workload.
As I worked under an agency, I was only unloading trailers. There was no development beyond this unless you became permanent. As workload would often be finished before the end of the day, we were released early. This meant that at the end of the week I would receive only 40-60% of the salary I would have attained had I worked a full 37.5 hour week.
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Crick – 11 March 2018
I would recomment Ferrero as s good place for work Helpful management Like minded co-workers makes working there feel more at home. Nice and comfortable environment to work in with adequate training for new employees. good work hours
Warehouse Operative (Current Employee) – Normanton – 8 March 2018
My day consists of clocking in then getting a rdt and logging in with my user name and password.I then get a workgroup to pick from my team leader and proceed to the loction picking the quantity and placing the items on a trolley for to be dispatched .
Warehouse Operative (Current Employee) – Stoke-on-Trent – 7 March 2018
Virtually impossible to get a holiday when you want it as the holiday booking system sucks. FLM's that are only interested in making themselves look good and stabbing you in the back. Terrible shift pattern. Agency everywhere that can hardly speak English. Need i go on?
Specialist Distribution Centre for O2 (Current Employee) – Normanton – 6 March 2018
A productive fast paces environment with high service level agreements and KPI’s. Friendly co-workers and dedicated general management that willing to go extra mile not only for the customer but for its employees.