Associated British Ports Careers and Employment
- CEOHenrik L. Pedersen
- Company size1,001 to 5,000
- Revenue£366m to £730m (GBP)
- IndustryMarine Transportation
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Port Operator in Plymouth
on 9 September 2020
Port review.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.
Billing Administrator in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
on 10 September 2021
Don't even botherIf you value your mental health and general well being stay clear. They pretend to care about the staff. Yet unload more and more tasks upon you until it's impossible to do your job properly. Then they sack you for your mental health issues. Be warned
Chief Officer in UK Dredging
on 30 August 2021
Great colleagues, utterly dreadful managementI worked for the maritime side of things. I worked there for a number of years and developed some lasting friendships with my immediate colleagues. However, the wider management was dreadful and got worse as time went on. There was a culture of blame from the highest level with plenty of smoke, mirrors and backstabbing. Incredibly serious incidents were covered up at management level whilst the most minor of incidents at the operational level were trawled over to the nth degree to ensure someone could be blamed. I could go on but honestly, the worst employment experience I've had that has resulted in me changing career to get over the ordeal they subjected me to.
Operations department in Immingham
on 10 June 2021
ToxicI worked there for a number of years, the job was great under the old managment.. since the new port director took over the job has taken a turn for the worst, he has brought in a stupid "humber contract" which gives them control of your life, 2 days off a month, can work a full week of nights and no incentive. The under managers have no managment skills, port manager is a bully, and the newly appointed operations manager is a proper lier out to feather his own nest. Avoid at all cost... u have been warned!
Payroll Administrator in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
on 31 March 2021
Just dull as dishwaterBoring 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.
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