Associated British Ports
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19% Below national average
Salary estimated from 5 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.Last updated: 28 July 2021
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Poor performance and management is struggling
Their reputation does not rise up to the reality. Understaffing, poor out dated cargo management software that crashes often, complicated and lenghty recruitment and purchasing processes, all lead to poor work place quality and no job satisfaction. Poor work/personal life balance. You never know when you are going to be back to work and when you are going to be free.
Pros
Good benefits, optional private pension, private healthcare at reduced rates
Cons
Long 12 hours shift, no fixed shift pattern, you never know when you will be free or at work, no pay for night workers, lots of nights and weekends worked
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Interesting job but management are clueless and don't care about its staff.
As above says, along with a good set of lads and decent salary. Although half the workers basically work days whereas others work days, nights and every other weekend for the same pay. The shift pattern is a complete joke and don't know what you're working until the day before which gives you no home life, but management don't care whatsoever. Management have not got a clue and haven't got any previous dock experience so don't know how the jobs works. I'd happily take an pay cut for the right job to leave ABP
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Half decent pay, good set of lads, pension is good and health care
Cons
Long hours, no home life, idiots for managers.
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Stressful
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
Pros
Decent salary when you get trained up on kit. Can sometimes work with a decent gang
Cons
long hours, no work life balance
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Average Associated British Ports Associate yearly pay in the United Kingdom is approximately £24,431, which is 19% below the national average.
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