High court enforcement officer (internal) in Birmingham City Centre, West Midlands
The job role in itself can be very stressful especially with it now being run as a cal centre. Every minute is timed and management is not the best.
I would recommend working for Marston if your young and not bothers much about money. The job role is very pressurised in it self and there is not much praise in the office at all. It can be a very negative environment to work in.
Contact Centre Advisor in Merthyr Tydfil
In the call center you can get difficult customers. But you are calling them to collect debts they haven't paid. The team atmosphere is great. You have team incentives to boost team work. Pre covid they had a tuck shop where you can buy food etc and the monies made would go to events for staff. Like free easter eggs etc. Management are very thoughtful. Personally ive not got a bad word to say about them. I've had sick days but they do actually care if you are ok or not. You get 121's weekly to let you know how you are doing. When you get the job at marston's. The dress code is relaxed so feel free to wear t shirt and jeans it's that relaxed. No one day is the same. You can never tell what call you will get next. The shifts can go really fast.
Arrest Officer in East London and Essex
Arrest Officer 2018-2020
Everyone is different and has their gripes with thier company, for me I had no issues.
Managenent target drive and in turn fed down to field agents.
Lots of support, not micro managed and left to provide an excellent service.
Waitress/Bar Staff in Peterhead
Management very poor
Was promised a internship but they didn’t carry that through! Put me home When there was no work! I was earning less money than when I was signing on. The management were very poor! Workmates didn’t pull their wait. Overall I felt very stressed and left the job. I wasn’t given enough uniforms abc to ask for more! The food was poor and people were rude to me and the management didn’t care! would
Customer Service Advisor in Merthyr Tydfil
Worst. Company. Ever.
Obviously not going to be the easiest job in the world considering that you are literally forcing people to pay debts back in time frames that they obviously can’t afford. The training is informative and well written, the only issue is you are literally thrown into the deep end, as soon as your 3 week training is up, you are desperate from your training group and thrown on to a team. Management suck, the call centre manager can’t be bothered to speak to anybody bar her ‘friendship’ group, rude and disrespectful and could not care less if you are having issues. They all have little cliques and newbies do not fit