Driver (Current Employee) – Bolton, Greater Manchester – 10 December 2017
employee; if your face fits great,if your into kissing backsides you'll go as far as they want you to,transport manager who doesn't know the basics i.e. thinks the dvla deals with o licensing (and not traffic commissioner) and doesn't know the height of unmarked bridges
wharehouse operative (Former Employee) – St Helens – 20 November 2017
This job is difficult in the sense that when moving fridges you are working with heavy loads and you should be able to take your time and follow the lifting rules that would be shown in the induction to work safely and productively.
SAP Master Data Analyst (Former Employee) – Taunton – 13 June 2017
Years of SAP development work and Business Partner expense wasted due to management's decision to shelve programme after 50m spent on training, documentation, cutover analysis and failed project partnership with Cap-Gemini
Customer Service Advisor (Former Employee) – Manchester, Greater Manchester – 20 April 2017
Very busy office phones ring off the hook, never get any help or breaks. Constantly under staffed and over worked. The people are horrible and two faced. No praise or recognition is ever given. So glad I got out. WOULD NOT ADVISE ANYONE TO WORK IN THIS OFFICE !!
Customer Service Advisor (Former Employee) – Manchester, Greater Manchester – 30 March 2017
The workload is immense and no help is given. People use to pass their work off to others and then they take all the gratitude. Never get any recognition and showing any willingness to progress is squashed. The people in the office were very unfriendly. Would avoid this place at all costs. Gllad I got out when I did.
Bin lorry driver at bargeddie for 3 years,co workers in general fine,management from top to bottom in the depot are very poor.too many instances to go into detain,certain ones just picking up wages and get a kick out of talking down to the workers. Should have left sooner..
drivers mate (Former Employee) – Bolton – 3 November 2016
a typical day for me at work would usually involve the unloading of a full container of televisions or refrigerators which if first thing in the morning this was the case was extremely physically demanding.
the majority of my co-workers where all easy to get along with but i get along with anyone anyhow.
Avoid this place nothing but bullying and backstabbing
HGV Class 1 Driver (Former Employee) – West Sussex – 20 August 2016
Where to start, management are amateur and don't care about how the job is done as long as the job is done. If you aren't in the in crowd life will be hard and you will pick up the slack !!
The company appears to be run well but in actual fact it's run in a very old school way where jobs are created for the favoured few and the rest are just dictated to.
The company used to be one everyone wanted to work for, but sad to say everyone is looking to get out from site staff, drivers and managers to other companies that are willing to invest in them.
The managers at Viridor need to look and listen to the staff they have working below them and learn about the individuals, rather than just trying to keep their head down and suck up to their senior managers to keep their job.
Going home at end of day
False promises, management telling you what you want to hear !!
Waste operative (Former Employee) – Lancashire – 18 October 2015
Where to start, management are amateur have no regard for health and safety are happy for you to insert body parts into running machines so production isn't stopped. Very happy to employ people that speak no English or understand English. And if you report any health and safety matters you have the mick taken out of you. You have to work alot of hours for a wage you can live on