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FarmDrop
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FarmDrop Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    2012
  • Company size
    less than 10
  • Revenue
    less than £1M (GBP)

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Food Preparation & Service

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 11 reviews and is evolving.
2.3320191.8020201.332021

Reviews

Hubber in Enfield, Greater London
on 28 May 2021
Disappointing
No Training or DevelopmentNot being included in any decisions being madePoor working facilities and equipmentNo regards to hubbers health and safety ( lifting over 25kg above head and broken trolleys).Low morale and no motivation.A lot of corners being cut and swept under especial hygiene example if something is dropped on the floor it will still be sent to customers.But i would say the worst thing about this company is the hypocritical managers that claim to be there for staff but only have there own interests at heart whom set different rules for staff and them self. Working hard and being a good member of staff will get you no where in this company be aware of this. You could easily be dismissed with no notification, managers pick people for promotion for example according to there own preference not that persons skills sets.Overall if you want earn some money in a monogamous way with no future or trust in a low morale environment with mangers that use you when it suits them then go for it.
Delivery driver in London
on 30 March 2021
Long driving hours, low pay no unsociable hours/weekend rate. Unorganised workplace
Was great a few years ago. Loads were more manageable and there was a great management team and then the company expanded very quickly with more and more products and not enough warehouse space to cope with the demand, especially Christmas 2020. Farmdrop became a very stressful place to work. Company grew to quickly thinking of profits over people. Corporate greed has driven quality down. Not very ethical as they have more FUEL vans than electric.
Hubber in Enfield, Greater London
on 30 January 2021
Job is not giving any security
It doesnt matter if you wotking hard, company if anyone wants can dismiss you in few minutes for some nonsense reason. Never do overtime-you will be paid less then without. There is a lot of snitches who instead of focusing on their work are focused on reporting others. This is how they building career in farmdrop. Managers are only nice whrn they need something. Otherwise no goodmorning , no how are you etc and never ask about something what belong to you like your holidays, i had feeling I couldnt even ask about it cause I wasnt allowed to use my holidays. Cancelling holidays without any reason is normal there. Never trust anyone in this company you are just a number there!
Delivery Driver in London
on 11 September 2020
Never apply here
The worst place to work for never go there completely unorganised everyone snitches on each other and is out for them selves just to get a pat on the back. They build things against you to get rid of you once you done your hard work for them and when your no longer needed your not appreciated as a employee but a number. I'd never recommend farmdrop to anyone, STAY AWAY!
Manager in Enfield, Greater London
on 3 July 2020
Has it's ups and downs
Farmdrop is an up and down company, in respects, from one week to the next things are always changing. Sometimes it seems that they are not sure what they want but eventually come up with an answer. Structure can be quite challenging as there are to many chiefs not enough Indians excuse the punt. There are people in positions wear they believe they should be but are very quick to pass on work load that technically they should be doing them self's, i get management are supposed to share the load but when they can't be bothered to help with simple tasks it can become a bigger issue than what it should. The company as a whole has changed a lot externally but the internals have stayed the same winging it comes to mind, but the job eventually gets done with help from those who put there hart and sole to make it happen. All this aside it's not that bad of a company just think there needs more structure and guidance and everyone being on the same page to achieve the goal that everyone wants at the company

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