Picker/Packer (Current Employee) – Bilston, West Midlands – 11 February 2018
Staff were friendly and honest about the nature of their contracts - temp only A lot of paperwork to complete but his shows attention to detail and compliance Started work almost immediately Would recommend
Warehouse Operative (Current Employee) – Walsall – 9 January 2018
Lovely place to work at. The management are excellent and always on hand to give advice and support when needed. typical day at work would include parcel sorting, placing parcels on belts, trolley moving, and loading lorries. APC management as well are always o hand to support you and push workers to work hard. The training provided it second to none and would most certainly recommend The agency to work at.
Parcel Sorter (Former Employee) – Oldbury, West Midlands – 22 May 2017
I was working Monday to Friday, at Tudor Employment. I was loading and unloading lorries, i started at 3pm until 1am. I worked great in a team, easy to get along with. The hardest park about working as a parcel sorter was when i had to lift very hevy boxes so i used to ask a memeber of staff to help me, which wasn't a problem.
Car driver (Current Employee) – Birmingham – 1 November 2016
Staret at 10:am, derive cars through the auction site, park them in a compound. After the auctio has finished empty the compound and find places to park the cars in other areas so the compound is empty for the next day auction. Line up new set of cars for the next day auction
Warehouse oprative (Current Employee) – Cannock – 21 August 2016
I have been with tudor since January at the start it was a good company at the start but now they say u have work and I have had 2 nights work in a month and they never tell u if they change your shift till late only if ur in early
Nothing (Former Employee) – Nowhere – 12 August 2016
How can they justify paying a groundworker £6.70 per hour, they seemed shocked when I said I'd be looking for atleast £12, utter unprofessionalism, attitude, not a clue what there yakking on about, terrible terrible agency
Registered for Admin (6 years operations assistant experience), and also have a lot of warehouse experience to cover all bases. Smashed the typing speed and accuracy test, didn't hear from them.
Was called out the blue offering picking work for £10/hour.
Then came the nitty gritty- 2.5 days unpaid training, really? No one does that now, its Day Zero on site inductions as industry standard. The pay rate was actually 7.20/hour. My last job was 17.3k a year Told them to explain why I should work for a 16 year old wage at 35. No answer.
Order Picker (Former Employee) – Bilston – 8 June 2016
Some of the reviews on here are mis-leading and very negative - personally I think people need to remember that agencies do provide a free service to the worker! From my experience the staff were friendly and honest, they explained that contracts were temporary but that's what I expected from agency work. Registration process was very thorough and I had to provide various right to work documents which some people would find frustrating - shows this agency takes compliance seriously! Would recommend.
Order picker (Former Employee) – Walsall – 28 August 2015
Very rude when they ring you on the phone but nice and sweet face to face, cancel shifts regally and will take your bonus that you earn for any reason they can find as they in truth only want to pay people minimum wage. Also they have pickers who are secretly on set wages of 12 pound an hour. I should know I use to work there
Tudor Employment have very unprofessional staff who lack in basic customer service skills. Firstly if you are planning to register with them, be prepared to wait almost 2 hours to be seen (there's no ticket service & there's usually 7 members of staff with only 2-3 of them dealing with customers). I then had an induction at a well established order picking warehouse and the presentation was very quick followed by a test which everyone was required to do. However when people were answering questions or had struggled with them due to English being their second language or with additional learning needs, the management from Tudor Employment were laughing at people's answers and making very belittling comments like 'even those who are English can't even read the questions or write their names properly', they assume that everyone who wants a job are 'desperate' for a job, even though for some people they may have 'chosen' to do this role as an extra income. Then once the induction was complete, they may offer you shifts but BEWARE: They may do any of the following 1) Ban you from working at the company with no wrongdoing - even though you are complying to the company rules & may have never been banned from anywhere in your life 2) let you go after working 4-5 hours into your 8/9 hour shift (be prepared for transport), 3) Only give you 1 shift and then when you get paid it all goes towards the security check, uniform etc. Therefore if you are looking for warehouse work please register with a more professional employment agency who are reliable and with good customer servicemore... skills.less
Poor customer service skills/long waiting time to be seen/unpredictable treatment when in the job
Warehouse worker (Former Employee) – DPD – 23 February 2015
Where do I start! Very unprofessional and rude staff who require training in customer service and manners. They tell you to start an hour earlier and don't get paid either. Amazes me how companies like DPD use Tudor. I was charged for uniform (pretty much a navy top with logo) which should be provided. The Walsall office is shabby and the staff at reception are constantly on their mobile phones and chatting away. Seriously AVOID this agency, unless you don't want job security and enjoy rude staff!! Would give it less than a star, if possible no star rating.
Factory worker. (Former Employee) – Halesfield – 3 November 2014
Terrible agency I got told there was jobs then the company never enrolled me in a job. Then I went on a health and safety course to which the company said that the students should go down to Tudor as there were jobs. An I went down an the women wasn't even aware that we had been sent and was told there wasn't any jobs yet I was informed that they had at least 3 jobs. So I phoned the company I did the course through to which she confirmed again there was definitely jobs. So why I got told there wasn't any is ridiculous.
Breakdown of communication. false information given.
Un professional staff, false prospects no respect.
parcel sorter (Former Employee) – oldbury – 9 October 2014
got charged money out my wages for safety boots which I had never received or requested. Received a very rude text message from their accounts manager. Terrible pay, especially for working night shifts. Avoid if you can!