cleaner (Former Employee) – Derbyshire – 19 July 2017
I worked for 2 weeks and gave them ALL my details national insurance number,divorce papers,utility bills ,hospital letters prov,driving license, bank card ...still not enough they wanted me to get copy's of marriage certificates. Didn't feel happy about giving the marriage papers as I would have to pay for them (copy's) ..so I was told I will not get paid till I give them what they want ,they said what difference will it make to me to give them the papers!!! I returned the question,no answer was given. I called action fraud,they were very interested ,so my advice is do the same call action fraud if you have given them all your info and your still not getting paid.
I was back from China and doing this job. It's not my favorite job but have to do it for more work experience and support my daily life while I'm pregnant. It's a very busy working environment and I was in charge of cleaning job not only in office but also all the shop(Homebase) I need make sure the showroom meet the most appropriate condition.
Cleaner (Former Employee) – Yate, Gloucestershire – 15 July 2017
hi a nice enviroment pleasant place enjoyed working there as a part time cleaner more working hours available if required and leave when needed staff where very pleasant annual leave was fair cannot fault the company
Good company to work with just not enough support from management/leadership. Support for employees needs to be the focus. No bonuses or incentives. Common problem: Sick pay haven't been paid on time which is unacceptable.
Worked very long hours - 12 hour days. Little reward. Overtime worked every day - no additional pay. Company suspected wrong doing when I was working late up until midnight and gone. No respect - at times.
Cleaner (Current Employee) – SSE Perth – 26 June 2017
Wouldn't recommend for long term employment. There is lack of equipment to get the job done. There is no checking of standards and has even been forms of bullying by supervisors and management. It is made bearable due to the nice environment provided by SSE and by the hourly rate which is good for the current climate in this type of work.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Brighton, East Sussex – 19 June 2017
cleaning what more is there to say really ???? it all depended on the team that you worked with some people were really good at there job others were awful also often expected to act as a supervisor with out being paid for it
Helping Hand (Former Employee) – slough – 12 June 2017
leant more then I knew before, leant about plumbing. Leant how to fit a bath and leant about plumbing as well I enjoyed learning how the company work the management, the employees, customers. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to know other people and how they worked. The hardest part of the job was learning how to fit a bath in a small room could not see what the worker was doing.
Cleaner (part-time) (Former Employee) – Carlisle – 31 May 2017
Interserve are absolutely horrendous too work for would not recommend them to anyone constantly working short staffed supervisors just sit in the office barking orders at you so not willing to roll there sleeves up and give a hand they are allergic to work they bully people into doing things they don't want to do can never keep there staff you get no support whatsoever of management the whole place is corrupt keep well away from interserve at all costs
Early Morning Cleaner (Former Employee) – Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire – 31 May 2017
Worked as an early morning cleaner in a local retail store, milton keynes. I found the supervisor to be uneducated and extremly racist, so if you are foreign or of an ethnic persuasion then don't work for them.