Cafe team member (Former Employee) – Hertfordshire – November 3, 2017
Generally a lovely place to work. Deal with the public daily so do get to know the customers and what they like. Only downfall is never know when I'm going to be in days and times change from week to week. So very hard to arrange anything outside work. Have had to change so many appointments because of this.
Health Advisor (Current Employee) – Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire – November 13, 2017
Received good support from manager and good training opportunities. A typical day started with a buzz meeting to look at the days activities and expectations. Followed by either seeing my work programme ESA clients on a one to one basis or in small group sessions. This would be followed towards the end of the day by an hours administration and updates. The culture was very supportive and encouraging. The most difficult part of the role was dealing with clients who were experiencing crisis in their lives but we were well supported to carry this out and as a result I became a safeguarding officer. The best part of my role was seeing one of my clients achieve their potential and move forward into sustainable employment.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Brighton, East Sussex – October 24, 2017
Manager level and above incompetency at new levels, stat based management which only tells part of a story. Technical supervisors and below not valued and berated. Work for interserve if you wish to be an operative/engineer forever, you'll be ok but may be frustrated at times.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Leeds, West Yorkshire – October 5, 2017
I worked for interserve cleaning I was a house keeper on a site in Leeds I cleaned kitchens toilets an main areas I was a key holder an I escorted visitors around I was DBS cleared an I always made sure my work was completed
Purchasing Administrator (Current Employee) – Noriwch – October 2, 2017
The office culture is a fun and friendly place to be. You will be dealing with customers directly most of the time which is fantastic if you enjoy that element of work. There is nothing that I found to be be particularly hard - other than the demands of the customer but helps you develop problem solving skills and communication abilities.