Port Operator in Plymouth
Poor salary for area. Split shifts including working most weekends.
Could do with more investment in the port. Such as old 80s terminal building for paying passengers to sit in. A old gangway to board passengers its abit embarrassing using this kit.
Payroll Administrator in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Just dull as dishwater
Boring Not sure how a room of 100 employees can share an open plan office and you hear a pin drop but that's the case here... no one talks. No one has a personality.
Pack Mentality / Toxic Management
With poor leadership come despondent workers which is clearly very visible on the Humber. Gang style / pack mentality at senior level. Mangers with "take care of Number 1" regardless of the consequences to hardworking, honest lower level enployees and being ruled by unethical leaders on the surface, being acceptable across all departments. A very toxic office environment. Recommend anyone with morals and a desire to work without having to keep one eye on dishonest managers and protecting yourself to avoid this company.
Marine Information Officer in Grimsby
When management say they want to support you, what they really mean is you are on a slippery road to being managed out of the business if you don't improve.
Port Operative in Immingham, Lincolnshire
No work life balance, have to wait for a text every day to tell what shift you're on the following day, can sometimes end up doing a full week of nights, new terminal layout is tighter and unsafe, if you get something wrong the older dockers will be moaning about you all shift (not allowed to make a mistake and learn from it Anymore) ABP stands for All Bull**** Promises or All 'Bout Production or All 'Bout Profit noawdays, they don't care about their employees