Graduate scheme is well remunerated Training and development is decent You can move around into other areas of the firm
The pace of technological development is so great now that the business really needs to up its game in terms of introducing a change culture. Some staff are very impervious to fresh perspectives and ideas. More fresh blood in the company is needed. Didn't like the fact that even though I did well I didn't get the associated bonus because this was linked to my unit's performance and the unit overall didn't do so great
The AD's either need more power or to go – what's the point of having a director's label if you can't actually make a difference!
For a health and safety job, interserve does quite well, on almost all counts - in terms of stress level, the work atmosphere, the kind of people you interact with, and the management - Interserve is above the industry average, and its a good place to work if youre interested in this industry.
The salary is not so great though, and overall job satisfaction can fall over time, given the low salary and often unbelievably long hours.
The company needs to worry a lot more about employee satisfaction, they have the base in place, but fail to notice that every employee gets very dissatisfied over time.
lack of management skills from senior management poor pay structure ,17 different pays in one company charge nissan for workers that are not even on site then blame supervisors when things go wrong.
17 different pay structures with all parts of company getting different shift allowances , bad management can't or won't even supply coveralls suitable for jobs but expect toolbox talks signed saying ppe provided and needed to be worn
have worked for interserve for 2 years now, they have never got my pay right, my manager does every thing she can, put people in pay roll must be thick, supervisors have no manas what so ever they think they can talk to you like your a of S----, being on sick for a month now got letter saying would be sacked if dont come back what the hell!, did you know that nsh sites are going left un cleaned if cleaner is off sick
dont pay you right, speck to you like s--- , talk about you behind your back, supervisors talk about you to other people. all in all not a very nice place to work for
nsh sites dont get cleaned proberley never have done since interserve have taken us over
Sorry, but at my site very little.
Having to fight to get your correct pay. Administration is woefull & inadequate
Lack of leadership
Leaving at the end of the day
Some of Interserves road contract workers are verbally aggressive and rude. I have seem them verbally abuse car drivers and make rude derogatory gestures. They lack manners and need to learn basic respect.
Some of Interserves road contact workers are verbally aggressive and rude. I have seem them verbally abuse car drivers and make rude derogatory gestures. They lack manners and need to learn basic respect.
a chance to work with many good and hard working colleagues
lazy and horrible supervisor together with another lady cleaner, who is in good relation with one of the depot managers, almost does nothing but holding a cup of coffee and hanging around the depot.
when the horrible supervisor treats us fairly is the most unsual thing.
Happy working when supervisor is off.
She never admits a mistake, naver praises or encourages, lacks personal accountability, thinks only about short term results. Unrealistic, bad attitude, being not trustworthy, lazy, unfair judgement and always saying she's right.
When she is in good mood is the most unusual.
Making friends with colleagues working with learners
Bullying, lack of support, not listening to you and training
Lack of support no appreciation for the long hours worked
Work mates good bunch of people trying to make a wage
Not been told the truth and not been fairly treated
Been told that the uk is not in Europe so European law does not count
Fair pay shouldn't be a benefit!
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