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Bus Driver in Leicester, Leicestershire
on 1 November 2021
Its like the titanic everybody jumping ship.
Unpaid 1 to 2 hour brakes shift could be 12 hours but only get paid 9 hours.Rota keeps changing didn't know what you where doing next week. Thrers a unofficial point base system on Employees.it can stop you doing other work or changing rotas or if you get new uniform.it's ment to be Impartial and independent but only 1 member of management gets to Decide how meny points you get.It's like working for failed Dictatorship. Eg berlin wall falling in 1995 its only a matter of time.It's Like the Titanic everybody's jumping ship.
Bus Driver (Casual/Part-Time) in Luton, Bedfordshire
on 30 April 2022
Enjoying Job
One of the higher paid operators around, Clean buses,Plenty of work if required,Your work is appreciated,Flexibility,Gain vast knowledge of the area,Meeting some lovely passengers
Bus Driver in Graantham
on 20 January 2022
Terrible place to work
Work here if you want to be stressed and tired all the time. No organisation. No happy medium. Work from morning to night. Never given a decent break. Terrible work environment. Many back stabbers including managers.
In service bus driver in Luton, Bedfordshire
on 24 October 2021
Ok place
Ok to work for, generally buses work , heaters work in the winter, no late shifts past 8 pm, no sundays, on site parking, some say easy job, come and find out, it’s ok.
Bus Driver in Grantham, Lincolnshire
on 31 May 2021
Long hours and broken buses
Work here if you want to drive buses with constant faults that are never fixed (some buses have had the same defects for over a year now), want to work with mostly lazy controllers in the office who don’t do anything other than talk about and berate others, and don’t even know where all the buses go - meaning when (not if) you break down, they have no idea where to send the engineers. You can also work with management who never get anything done, no matter how many times they’re asked, and generally are only worried about themselves and their finances rather than their employees - throughout COVID-19, when other companies weren’t giving change and prioritising contactless payment to keep drivers as safe as possible, this place said it would cost too much money to put contactless machines on the buses, and refused to even consider not giving change. Buses were also shared between several drivers each day, and the staff room became overcrowded, which led to the majority of drivers at the depot becoming infected with the virus. Don’t worry if you do anything wrong, nobody ever gets into any trouble here because there aren’t enough drivers to be able to sack anyone, nor give any serious warnings.The only positive is that the rest of the drivers are generally a nice bunch, and very friendly and easy to get on with, and some great banter is had, and good friendships made.

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