Bunzl Cleaning & Hygiene Supplies Employee Reviews
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Good for 6 to 7 years and system changed and then there was no moral in the company everyone felt treated unfairly no compassion for any one if you didn’t do all the hours they wanted they made your life difficult by bullying you out of the job.
You get a interview then they say they will contact you with in the week but then they don't bother very poor handling for a company at least when you turn up for a interview you should out of curiosity get a reply
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Basically if you were young, with no experience, didnt do anything & suck up to the new manager you were the golden people. The people who did everything were always in the wrong & had to do everything the young inexperience people wasnt doing
Not a nice company. Ruthless. Uncaring. Evil management. Strongly advise never to work for Bunzl. They do not look after their staff. No ethics or morals. If you want to be looked after and paid well then apply for a sales job with a different company - you won’t find a happy career at Bunzl. Happy to rip off customers and employees. Avoid.
Management/senior management are very controlling. HR is corrupt and cannot be trusted. The company do not value its staff or trust its staff to make their own decisions. No flexibility with work /life balance. If you have Doctors appointment, it will need to be made outside of working hours. Since the new MD has been appointed there has been a real lack of leadership. There is also a real lack of progression routes amongst staff and no clear development programmes.
Job security, staff banter, company shares.
Poor management, corrupt HR, poor pay, poor systems
I have been working for Bunzl now for just over 3 years. I joined as a Warehouse operative. Picking orders, loading vans. General warehouse work. After around 14 months, an opportunity arouse and i was promoted to the Warehouse Supervisor role. My first real taste in a people managing role. Since then i have gained a further promotion into the Warehouse Managers role. I feel Bunzl put their staff first in terms of looking to promote them if they have the correct capabilities. So if you have the drive and will to better yourself. It is a good company to work for.
Opportunities to better yourself
Pay could be slightly better
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I love being Part of such a large organisation, I started off doing a bit of everything and with guidance and support I have progressed onto being a territory account manager. The training and perks of working for Bunzl are brilliant, it is a great company to start a career. I have met and work with some amazing people and we share lots of laughs together. The hardest part of my job at the moment is keeping on top of all my admin but the best parts of my job are solving problems, helping customers, hunting for new business and earning big money and with plenty of routes for progression.
Gain experience within different job roles so now good when entering the market. However very large company so you are a number n the organisation and this is sometimes overlooked. Management vary I'm each depot so some are very good and some poor depending on where you work
Bunzl gave me just over 30 years service which I am very grateful for. Not many can say that in the modern age! I always found the branch I worked in at St Albans a pretty happy place because I worked with wonderful people & characters who provided a positive environment to work in. Bunzl as a company on the whole is a good company to work for. There is the opportunity to join a pension scheme & to buy shares. I had 2 roles within the company & though I enjoyed my roles, I can't say that I loved the jobs. Maybe that is a personal thing rather than blaming Bunzl.