Bank driver (Current Employee) – Cheshire – 19 July 2018
I enjoy working here as a bank driver as it gives me the chance to search for and attend job interviews for what i would like to do.the staff and management are great to get on with.The number of hours have been cut to all bank drivers so am looking for something else, other than that i enjoy the job.
Driver (Former Employee) – Plymouth, Devon – 9 June 2018
Bad management. No support. Staff treated noticeably different, even though job description was the same. No lunch breaks. Even nipping to the toilet, frowned upon. Doctors appointment s , forget that. 40 minutes late one day, due to appointment, resulted in really awful email from H.R. dept. Was glad to get out, never know a company get through so many staff members.
Well this review is all about the ops manager who has not No respect for staff constantly bullying them swearing shouting has no authority as a manager And clearly when Members of staff come in to work under the influence of alcohol there allowed to continue their duties This person should be employed as a manager he should be employed as a circus clown
Driver (Former Employee) – Exeter, Devon – 22 April 2018
Parts get thrown about Managers have double standards Used parts being sent out to customers Grumpy customers Traffic No breaks No air con in your van 😂 Did I mention traffic All the drivers stick together and the office staff are the same there’s a real divide at the exeter branch it’s like a playground
driver (Former Employee) – launceston – 3 January 2018
a very clicky place to work if your new, lots a backstabbing from other members of staff with a blame culture that is through the roof. Management/office staff only care about one thing - Targets !!!! Dont expect to get your 40min lunch break,as there is never enough vans/drivers and your also expected to wash your van during this time. Although management would never admit to expecting you to do so. Overtime is unpaid and expect to give up a few hours a week of your own time, also there is no sick pay !!! Asking for a day off/holiday entitlement is a joke and your requests just get ignored. I wouldnt set foot in that place if you paid me double
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Long hours, minimum wage, blame culture, no overtime/sick pay
Driver (Former Employee) – Leeds, West Yorkshire – 17 October 2017
I really enjoyed my time working for the company . The day was never the same. The days used to fly by because your out and about all day. We used a system called road hawk to monitor our driving skills daily.
Driver (Former Employee) – Belfast, County Antrim – 2 May 2017
Deliver car parts and car body panels to garages around Belfast and N. Ireland. I was also responsible for checking manifest, invoices and the part numbers of items to be delivered. Other duties included the collection of cash and completing paper work that would relate to returns or warranty claims. I also had to ensure vehicle was clean, tidy and roadworthy by completing daily and weekly checks.
I worked for euro for just under a year at first it was ok until new management came in then it went down hill!!! I didn't get any training at all I had to ask drivers for advise on what to do. I was charged for taking a van home when i didn't take one!! told them numerous times that I dont take a van home and I still got charged! Got Sacked for having an accident whilst driving no warning and never got to work my notice. Turns out their only third party insured so if they have an accident they charge you £500 excess and then sack you!!!