Security Officer (Current Employee) – London – 6 March 2018
No support, no training. Leave you to fend for yourself. Management use old school bullying tactics to constructivly manipulate your contract. Bounce you between interserve groups first security, nightsbridge guarding and interserve. Of which all of them get your wages, holiday, tax drasticly wrong. Forever chasing back payments of wages.a faceless Hr
Very bad employer would not recommend.
They do not give you anything all benifits go to directors
Commercial Manager (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 23 February 2018
Great people to be around with, very high quality of work. Everybody is professional in every way. Everybody in the team brings something unique, and most importantly they always have the passion and time to share it with others.
Station Cleaner (Current Employee) – London – 24 August 2017
A lot of physicality and activity involved in my role. Workplace culture is diverse and open. Hardest part is unforeseen events that could potentially occur. Enjoyable part is observing the workplace, meeting new people and helping customers.
Store Supervisor (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 30 July 2017
Worked for them twice, I don't know why. I think its because the other company I worked for like them was worse but they did give you training.
Staff are stuck in the old ways not doing work or clocking out from home after leaving many hours befor there time. Saying deep cleans been done but not.
Bosses like you if you keep quiet but if you try to to your job properly and follow health and safety you get in trouble and classed as a whistle blower if you have to approach the customer you are working for.
Its sad as I love the job
No Training, christmas pay, no overtime pay if you stay over your time, not much Teamwork
Cleaning Operative (Former Employee) – London Underground – 24 May 2017
Required to work 42 hours per week 6 night x 7 hours unpaid break,unpaid bank holidays,unpaid overtime.35 hours contract or working with agency though LTD company or Umbrella company connected with the management somehow.Using personal smartphone for company reports.Uneducated management harassment the staff,using cleaning operatives to be in charge of group's of cleaners without paying for that.Not clear tasks and requires to work under pressure for night shift.....Requires deferent location every night 168 stations to cover...
Operator (Current Employee) – London Hill college – 25 April 2017
I've a lot experience I have a good reference from my last jobs I want help and Give the best of me I like the punctuality and leave the works in the best possible way giving a good image to the company of the work we give
Customer Service Assistant (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 12 April 2017
Although the work experience at Interserve was useful to gain insight into the area, I find that they were very unorganised as we were told that there were a range of tasks that would be arranged for us over the experience period. However those involved with creating these plans failed and it was left to working members of staff to give us experience in talking to customers and typing reports because they felt pity for us.
In the end we gained valuable experience but I doubt any of us will be returning again for Work experience at Interserve.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – London – 15 March 2017
My time spent working at Paragon Management, which has now been acquired by Interserve, over the summer of 2011 gave me an insight into the professional world and what was required and could be expected of working in a managerial environment.
De-vegetation Operative (Former Employee) – London – 3 March 2017
During my time at this well know company I did enjoy my working environment and colleagues but I just felt that I was being bullied and I could rely on management as it was non-existent that's why I left but I did like the pay as it was fortnightly which was handy and the lift into and out of work
Cleaner (Former Employee) – London – 8 November 2016
They make it easy for the employee to perform his or her job as they allow them to work on their own possibilities without pushing to give beyond what their bodies allow each one, they provide the appropriate tools for the performance of work, thus facilitating the work