bad company, work for them if your desperate as a stepping stone for other jobs
Industrial Cleaner (Former Employee) – Devonport – 4 June 2019
1. As a cleaner that's been there for 6 years a typical day would involve cleaning all areas on board ship, gangways and dockside plus anything else the client and managers request.
2. they are often slow to train you at anything but to get a ticket for any other specialist cleaning jobs can take months as a result and end up with learning on the job while your waiting to be trained.
3. The management are a joke and are often very rude, have no people skills, treat you like school kids regardless of age, no respect and no trust and always make a point of breathing down your neck while your working and speaking down to you as if a peace of dirt.
4. they are meant to be an equal Opportunities company but have almost no support for language Barriers, you end up doing what you can and relying on other work colleagues to help you.
5. the hardest part of the job is dealing with unpleasant 2faced managers and safety issue's they constantly tell you to stop the job if safety is at risk but then complains at you and gets shirty with you as if its your fault for reporting a danger that could sometimes be harmful to yourself as well as others they just don't care as long as the job gets done, most of the good cleaner's end up wanting to leave the company for other jobs.
6. the most enjoyable part of the job is working as part of fleet time and being a part of the hand back team helping out with high standard deep cleans and daily cleans which helps to get you away from most problems in the company.
Friendly work colleagues