CASH IN TRANSIT DRIVER (Current Employee) – London – 25 October 2018
Fun and friendly staff, days can be long with lots of jobs to complete but you come across lots of nice people as you do your deliveries.
You can be sent to anywhere in London to do your deliveries, hardest part is not knowing the trip and the heavy lifting, best part is you are getting out and about getting to know London a lot better, the crews all look out for each other and only a phone call away if you need help with your trip.
CVIT Driver (Current Employee) – Manchester – 25 November 2018
Not the best management but out of the jobs I've had it's a dream . You get left alone to do the job and if you do it right you can earn what you want and make new friends.. lots of people are leaving but I won't be one of them I've seen the grass isn't greener and this place is the best driving job you can get aslong as you don't mind hard work.
Cash in Transit Driver (Former Employee) – Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh – 14 October 2018
Company it's self is okay, could be better with the way they run. delivery and collect Cash through out Central Belt. Vans are a nightmare always breakdown. Overall not the worst company out there and the wages are good compaired to other jobs.
Cash in Transit Driver (Former Employee) – Leicester, Leicestershire – 15 September 2018
Rate of pay is good but you break your back for it.. literally! Very active job that’ll keep you fit and you’ll be lucky to do a minimum of a 12 hour day and with no set time to finish! Management is very poor they couldn’t careless about the drivers and just sit in there office doing nothing all day. Vans are taped together with duct tape and regularly break down, in hot weather quite often drivers are sent out in vans with no air-conditioning. Place is a joke, don’t bother!!
Cash in Transit Driver (Current Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 7 March 2018
The vans are hopeless, if you go a week without breaking down its an achievement, equipment is hopeless. Poor management. The only good thing is the other drivers, most days are between 10-12hrs but it's a dying trade with all the bank closures. Greedy Shareholders won't release money for new vans/equipment only going to get worse.
Paid lunch breaks
Dying trade, getting your head kicked in for £11.50 an hour
CIT DRIVER (Former Employee) – Croydon, Greater London – 22 November 2017
A poorly managed business by individuals who are not trained or qualified to be in the positions they are in. Staff are treated like cattle at a slaughter house ,your sole value is a big fat zero. poorly maintained vehicles and equipment,talked down to and be littled, stressed out and pressured to perform above whats expected ..long hours ,very little job satisfaction and no home life.
Ambulance Driver (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 14 August 2017
Not a good company at all. Only care about profits, constantly put staff and patients at risk. Hours are long with low pay, half if the resources uses to do the job are inadequate. Poorly run from management down to front line staff
Cit cash solutions driver (Current Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 2 July 2017
Poor management..rubbish equipment..treated like dirt and expected to work up to 14 hour days if the management say "it's gotta be done"..stay away from g4s cash solutions even if you're on the dole. .it's an awful place to work..morale is currently below 0....
Useless penny pinching management putting profit before customers
Driver (Current Employee) – North West – 15 May 2016
A poor company to work for where generally management in key positions have gained employment through who they know rather than what they know. The good guys that have climbed the ladder with experience usually get shot down and struggle to make a difference.
A good set of boys and girls who do the real graft are undervalued with too much in expectations from management. Struggle with poorly maintained equipment. Pay isnt too bad but benefits have been cut, you can get a good pay packet but be prepared to put in very unsociable hours to get this.
Job security is touch and go as everything seems to be 'gross misconduct' even for the slightest mistake. Staff at lower levels work really hard to keep customers on side and this is reflected with customers showing real respect towards us for the effort we put in and understand that our management is substandard. Has the potential to be a great job with a great future but is let down by those at the top. Morale amongst the staff is very low and could be improved if staff would be listened to but any suggestions usually falls on deaf ears
Treated with great respect by customers, pay not too bad
Poor management, long unsociable hours, little social or family time