Great place to work
I liked where I worked for Interserve the staff were always nice the security were not downside was minimum wage but it's a government contract but I enjoyed working there
Badly resourced and managed contract. Management scared of client. Came off 2 weeks leave to a complaint from client at director level to senior management that they kept getting out of office messages and no response so was to be given a written warning which was withdrawn when I asked that it come from HR. When challenged in a client meeting on this matter, my boss hadn’t asked if they had tried alternate contacts as per out of office, we were told that they hadn’t but still expected us to take complaint seriously. Was given separate written warning when I burst out laughing at them in front of client.... also withdrawn by the way
Ground Worker in Harsley Wayer Treatment Works
Typical day at work meeting each morning were kobs ate handed out also easy going unless we were behind with work
I never went through a interview as a member of my family was a foreman there so basically I walked straight into the job but hearing other guys that started working there said it was a easy job interview
Domestic Assistant in London
Poor place to work
Poor place to work from start to finish! Hours you work are fine however they put you on shifts without notifying you and make you feel like you cannot turn the offer down. They paid us minimum wage despite us living within the heart of London and refusing to pay the London living wage even when we got our union involved. Following on from the wage we will be underpaid every month and not by a little, the minimum would be £500 underpaid then expect to wait an extra month for our money but was underpaid again! When you took a problem up with the management they would then give you reasons to retract your statement otherwise you would be out of a job.
Realise Training formally known as Interserve Learning and Employment
Managed by inept people who gained their position by default and maintain it by consistently passing their incompetence and accountability to others who are denied any opportunity to challenge decisions.Tutors are overworked and totally underpaid. Customers are hoodwinked into believing they are going to participate in courses which are going to be of benefit to them when actually the courses are chosen by the company on the basis of how much money is generated in funding. Promises of interviews and potential employment are fictitious, thought up by performance managers to drive up figures in their forecast but inevitably fail to materialise.