Cleaning Operative (Former Employee) – asda bury st edmunds – September 12, 2017
Absolutely lovely place to work, I only left as they had an hour cut and I needed more hours. Welcoming staff, amazing managers who gave praise on a notice board which I managed to get on and I was so chuffed with myself as I could see that they were clearly proud of my work.
Customer Service Advisor (Former Employee) – Redditch – September 7, 2017
I was there at there call centre for more than 5years and to start with it was alright the teams were all pulling there weight and everyone mucked in. The about 3 years ago things seemed to change several new managers and new staff.
Some of the new staff on all teams are bone idle and sneaky and management are flatly unwilling to challenge them and often borderline encourage them because the lazy ones are the favourites.
If your a lazy creeper you get all the perks while those who do work get everything dumped on them. Half of the staff on the teams spend most of their day talking or playing with their mobile phones leaving one or 2 people per team to do all of the work and those one or 2 get left to do everything as management are unwilling to deal with it. If your a lazy little do nothing then go for it you'll probably end up being a manager before long.
If you actually want to work and make a difference go elsewhere
Not worth since when i start 4on 4 off , wages poor , holiday not paid in full.
Cleaner (Current Employee) – Hamble, Hampshire – August 30, 2017
I work for Interserve in Hamble for over 4 years and i would say to anyone who want's to start in this place DO NOT Apply for this job !!! Your holiday not be paid in full , overtime if u have in the future will be paid as normal hours. If some if u dicide to start for them don't show them that u r good cleaners because some of u will be in bad pisition !!! I mean in this place working most of them lazy people which a manager kniws about them and he nothing do with them at all!!!! Just he explain thats he understand some people are perfect some not but unfortunatelly most of them not doing job at all !!!! In results person who is good in cleaning job is kicked in bum and manager is give job for good cleaner so lazy people are happy!. One more think is one of polish woman when she start our a manager said to her that shes able to get 4 days off holiday!!!! Which person from Latvia been able to get 15 days of holiday !!!!! How is possible???? Some of cleaner when they coming to work just clock in and they left company for 2 hours !!! They drink alcohol and smoking weed ,after 2 hour they back to work and then after 11pm again they left company and they back before 4 oclock in the morning just to fo checks. !!!!! Please stay away. So poor a Management at all. Still 100% clean as manager he said but how is possible when cleaners they left company each night? Well question to my a manager. I hope his boss if he can see this message he need get investigation what happend in this site. I know a lot about this site.
No at all
holiday not been paid in full, overtime not been paid double, and many more
Station Cleaner (Current Employee) – London – August 24, 2017
A lot of physicality and activity involved in my role. Workplace culture is diverse and open. Hardest part is unforeseen events that could potentially occur. Enjoyable part is observing the workplace, meeting new people and helping customers.
PM (Current Employee) – Derbyshire – August 21, 2017
All the things you can think of being bad in a work place you will find with interserve. I am a project manager and they have me on minimum wage after finishing an apprenticeship. Sexism and favoritism is rife. Very poor when understanding medical needs or family care. Looked down on if ill. After apprenticeship they dont know what to do with me so little work to do. highly stressed , lots of bullying. All in all never work for interserve mainly due to the very very poor pay and hostile office enviroment
Cleaner (Former Employee) – Pinewood – August 13, 2017
Good workplace but it is not good for career advancement it is very hard work the management doesn't talk to you the people who do good job are not thanked not even a Christmas bonus u don't get any spare time it is constant work even if u have done good job they always find something to pick on apart from that the pros are they give u good hours and the people who use the studio are nice people and treat you good
I worked for interserve for 4 years....enjoyed 2 and a half of them. The last 18 months saw staff morale levels nosedive after new management took over with an autonomous management ethos. Too many changes to the sites operational procedures throuout made working there unenjoyable. With a clearly defined line being drawn between the management and the workforce. The workforce there however are great...Cleaners, maintenance team members etc. are easy to get along with and I made some good freinds whilst there, but due to the changes management seemed to treat you like naughty children rather than skilled workers or adults at times, with petty complaints about minor things. I lost any commitment and drive I had due to the above and left feeling dissapointed that such a nice place to work had been ruined in such a short space of time.
Cleaner (Current Employee) – Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh – August 4, 2017
I work from 9.30 pm-2.30 am Monday-Saturday in which I work in 6 William Hill shops based in Edinburgh and occasionally do overtime within other shops.
I have to make sure that I carry out the necessary security checks before I leave the shop otherwise it could lead to a theft or damage within these shops if I do not carry these checks out.
I mop the floors, empty bins, wipe down machines thoroughly and at times carry out plumbing duties e.g. unblock toilets from time to time.
I work solely on my own and only contact my supervisor if needs must or vice versa.
The hardest part of the job is mainly in the Wester Hailes location where at times there are teenagers hanging about and at first I did feel intimidated but I just get on with the work I am paid to do and ignore them. They do not cause me any bother at all.
I would say the most enjoyable part of the job is that I get to work on my own and get on with it without interruption and I enjoy helping out from time to time in other shops - change of scenery can be a good thing.
Store Supervisor (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – July 30, 2017
Worked for them twice, I don't know why. I think its because the other company I worked for like them was worse but they did give you training.
Staff are stuck in the old ways not doing work or clocking out from home after leaving many hours befor there time. Saying deep cleans been done but not.
Bosses like you if you keep quiet but if you try to to your job properly and follow health and safety you get in trouble and classed as a whistle blower if you have to approach the customer you are working for.
Its sad as I love the job
No Training, christmas pay, no overtime pay if you stay over your time, not much Teamwork
Administrator (Former Employee) – Redditch – July 24, 2017
I really enjoyed working for Interserve they have a brilliant team who are always helpful and willing to give a little bit extra for the team. I have learnt a lot from Interserve mainly the high level of customer service