Warehouse Operative (Current Employee) – Leeds – 15 June 2018
more of the scientific school and the system theory. even though heavily criticised by most scholars, it is the system practised. sub-systems are created to monitor employees and synergy is not encouraged. you just have to do what you have been assigned to do. Promotion remains the most mysterious thing
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Leeds, West Yorkshire – 1 May 2018
There was no benefits such as Christmas vouchers, no benefits for people who was working over target.Managers team was very poor unfortunately, but normal co workers, they've been brilliant and it was pleasure to work with them.
Picker (Former Employee) – Leeds – 27 February 2018
That was very nice place to work, staff members as well were very helpfull. I was working 2 months and really enjoy working there but the short time during the christmas period has been end and They don't request agency workers . In future if i get chance i definitely want to go back working in Torque.
Very productive company excellenct working conditions
Warehouseman (Former Employee) – Wigan, Greater Manchester – 8 February 2018
My typical day at work would involve picking packing orders for customers within a specific company based within torque. When i worked at torque I learned how to use some microsoft office based programs such as exel. I learned how to relocate pallets and items from one area to another on the system. Management what I worked under there was very professional and good at their jobs and could give you a very in depth look into how the WMS worked. The hardest part of my job was trying to investigate items which was no longer in the building and have been removed from site on trailers on there way to customers. I enjoyed every minute working here and would love the oppurtunity to go back one day only reason I left was had a great oppurtunity arise at another company and sometimes i do regret leaving.
pickers and packers, warehouse operative (Former Employee) – Bradford, West Yorkshire – 5 February 2018
I worked as a picker packer, I gained a lot of experience in the warehouse because all the features related to this profession.Contact beneficial for my person only for the company. Menagers do not respect employees or do not follow the rules of health and safety, lacking tools for work
Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Leeds, West Yorkshire – 13 January 2018
Very diverse daily routine with workload forecasts on inbound and dispatches in waves related to both seasonal and continuous new launches. Managing resource to fit clients service requirement H&S given high priority Most enjoyable part of the job is working with and mentoring / supporting supervisors & staff to achieve their full potential
Progressive company with opportunities for advancement
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – Bradford – 28 December 2017
12 hours shift 6 days per week, it was a quite easy job placing orders picking/packing orders but always on fast speed. The supervisors wasn't such good people because they were always unhappy with everything and never cheering us up!
I worked at Torque for one and a half months, full time, until I went back to college that started in September. I greatly enjoyed working at Torque, the staff were very friendly and highly productive.
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Leeds, West Yorkshire – 23 April 2017
tipical work days are monday to friday 8;00 till 16:30 I've lernt all warehouse operative duties such as: Picking/Packing Relocating stock Stock control duties Checking off deliveries Sending parcels via TNT/DHL/UPS
Managment treat staff with respect. Nice people around work place