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I read a lot of negatives, but I worked here. I do not recommend to anyone. awful, inaccurate, cheats. payslip is only after the transfer. payroll was never good. I always got less money. yes, i complained to the manager who said intezi, then no tortent nothing.not much penz but i worked for it. when I resigned, they did not pay for my remaining leave. everyone escape from this company

Answered 17 June 2020

Only worked for the company for 2 weeks an it's more trouble than it's worth there is alot of two faced staff members

Answered 6 April 2020

Set hours on a weekly rota that stays the same, so everyone knows were they are and what there doing.

Answered 19 May 2019

Find out about the company,turn your mobile off before your interview, be honest about your experience and yourself ,ask them some questions at the end.

Answered 6 January 2020

Why 18 year old cleaner has £9 per Hour and 24 year old have minimum wage

Answered 8 March 2020

Alot of.the time.i.worked.on my own and i hadn't been.there long.had no.breaks.. there should always least out.machine's were.always breaking.down making work alot harder

E me.were.used like.skivvies then assistants learn and experience new things but unfortunately to.many.cooks.spoil the.broath as.they would say could be just pure bullying and self obsessions.

Answered 20 August 2018

6 days work but normal 28 days holidays/ as it depends on where your working for NIC/ for me it's a supermarket so no bank holidays can be taken as it's a busy time.

Answered 9 March 2020

Nothing, I just dressed casually

Answered 17 August 2020

Firstly I would get HR to reply to emails especially when it comes to complaints ect.. The CEO should go under cover and actually visit some of the stores and find out what is going on. then they would find out what you are treated like and how the so called cleaning managers are really like and the way they treat there staff

Answered 19 November 2019
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