Supervisor/Team Leader (Former Employee) – Sussex – 2 January 2017
Very early start 0600, minimum wage, this company is ok we were left to get on with our jobs without much interference, paid on time, had to work all bank holidays on basic rate inc New Years day, Good Friday and Easter Sunday
Cleaner (Current Employee) – Croydon, Greater London – 30 December 2016
It's been a really fun place to work at and the annual salary is not that bad but it could be more... also the people in the hospital have been really nice and friendly and it makes my work much more easier
Cleaning Operative (Former Employee) – Westhoughton South – 21 December 2016
I didn't really work for the company for that long as the cleaning services where taken over by another company. But from what I do will say is that I initially had a problem with my first wage and when I informed them of what had happened ,I was contacted by the head manager as I felt no one was doing anything, I was given a personal apology and my issue was dealt with immediately and I got told if any other issues should occur to directly contact himself and it be dealt with immediately . That was courteous and showed that employees where important to them
Uniform was provided and pension plan was offered.
Kitchen Manager/Head Chef (Current Employee) – Sunderland, Tyne and Wear – 18 December 2016
I currently work in the catering side of interserve on behalf of the MOJ the staff are great the pay is great and management is really considerate and cares about their employees they let tou crack in with what your meant to be doing so. They provide great training and are only a phone call away if theres an issue you get regular visits/audits to make sure the site is running smoothly and overtime is always acailable if you are after more hours. As a chef i get to create dishes and my opinions are listen to and action is taken to make sure the service i provide is to good standards and equipted well for the audience its intended too
Support Worker (Former Employee) – Midlands – 13 November 2016
Interserve has company values that most respectable people would consider as an organisation to work for. The disappointing thing is that they fail on all points to live up to the standards they set. Some of the management team have no real skills to manage people. They are racist bullies that use micro-management and autocractic styles of leadership, to demoralise staff. Your stress levels will soar including unmanageable workloads. Staff are treated poorly and if you are lucky enough to be liked you are encouraged to follow this similar type of bully behaviour, in order to keep your job and be on the right side of management. Not a good organisation to work for.