Hygiene Operative in East London
Employment with no job security
Poor leadership at all levels, excessive workloads on a daily basis and dis-organised approach to tackling problems in all departments. When i first joined the company it wasn't like this but when gutless, inadequate managers and people with no drive are employed to run 'the show' it is inevitable that job security will become an issue. This company through mis-management have sacrificed a good market position. Many of those in managerial roles are just seeing their time out until retirement. They have no drive or ambition. If you're looking for job security then go and work for the rivals.
Hygiene Technician in Birmingham
long unsociable hours
hygiene are treated very poorly like something on the end of your shoe get less breaks than any one else they expect you to do more than your job role
Front Line Manager in Bournemouth, Dorset
I worked at Allied for fifteen years. I greatly enjoyed my time, and only left because of the branch relocation. I was given incredible freedom within my role, and was given a chance to assist at national level.
Despatch Operative in Lincoln
Stressful, not worth the money.
Poor management. Not really a ladder to climb and better yourself. Potentially worth it if you're settled with a family but not ideal for anyone young looking to settle.
Great job and work mates
Overall I loved the job and the people who worked with me, but I was dismissed due to a transport manager just wanting me out.( in other words just didn’t like me )I was their 11 years and was gutted to loose a job which I would of liked to be there until retirement which was many many years away.As I said, great job, bottom of the barrel transport manger.