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
Cleaner (Former Employee) – Wadebridge, Cornwall – 6 March 2018
I worked for intersperse bout 3 Yr ago in Wadebridge Cornwall. I cleaned HSBC bank for them. Got my supplies when I needed them and was paid on time no problems. A much better company than iss facility and mitie
general labourer (Former Employee) – Margam – 4 March 2018
take direction of managment on what paticular tasks need doing get get ppe and tools from stores and complete tasks as instructed and trained after completion of each task return tools to stores liaising with management on each task as completed
Employment Advisor (Former Employee) – Wakefield – 27 February 2018
typicl day - meet and greet customers,booking appointments, updating customer records, making sure attendance is good. work culture - everyman for himself. hardest part of job to reach targets working with collegues.
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.
Plumber/Handyman (Former Employee) – Winfrith, Dorset – 22 February 2018
The hours are good, but for a trade person they want to pay the bare minimum, mountains of paperwork to boot....if your looking for a temporary post, it's will do, but look for something longterm elsewhere.
Cleaner (Current Employee) – Whitstable – 21 February 2018
This job has short hours early in the morning which isn't very desirable but fits in well with the rest of your day. The job is made up of straight forward tasks such as sweeping, mopping and hoovering which makes the shifts easy and you can just come in and get on with what you need to do. I have had issues with staff absences meaning I had to take on a larger workload at very short notice or with no notice at all, meaning tasks had to be prioritized and not everything would get done throughout the shift.
Overall an alright job and a fairly good work atmosphere and the staff around the store are friendly and polite which creates an overall more positive work atmosphere.
Easy job in short shifts.
Very early morning shifts, staff not always being on time or being absent.
Poorly run. My supervisor was never contacted when he felt there was an issue. Organisation of team meetings was also poor. I don't know how it is doing in the Colchester Area now but from my experience... Very Poor
cleaner/driver (Former Employee) – Preston – 21 January 2018
Starts out bot to bad nice little job but they will get you to do stuff you purhaps sont want to do. I nearlly killed myself working so hard to be promoted and they ended up putting me back down to 6 hours a week and told me that the business was changing which left me out of work. Can be quite difficult to get paid the amount your due and on time. No communication with mangers/ supvisors only when they need something
Cleaner (part-time) (Current Employee) – Derbyshire – 15 January 2018
The people you meet are great but you never get paid right from one month to the next and at time you never see the money they owe you as it is not there fault it is always someone else who has to take the blame and the mani gees are now better