Happiness score is 40 out of 100
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Metroline Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
  • Headquarters
    London, UK
  • Link
    Metroline website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 143 reviews and is evolving.



Bus Driver in Perivale
on 25 May 2022
Hard work but driving is enjoyable
If you put in the hours the pay will be well. 8 to 10 hours shifts not family friendly also working 7 days on the trot doesn't help. Exhaustion sets in. Of course those who are work horses will love it
Bus Driver in Cricklewood
on 14 June 2022
Metroline cricklewood
No social life, always cutting back on salary. Deducted 1week holiday to all drivers starting after 2010. Always a NO when asking for help such as appointments or funeral day off. but yet they want you to work overtime especially on your days off. This is a company you should avoid if you're interested in being a bus driver. No social life. Awful job.
PCV Bus Driver in Cricklewood
on 28 April 2022
Won't have time for your family or friends
Overworked underpaid. No life outside of work. Poor communication never know what shift you're on because it changes daily. You also getted shouted at down the radio whilst you are driving the bus.
Bus Driver in London
on 20 April 2022
Fun place to work good paying job. Plenty of job advancement.
This is a very enjoyable job, with lots of rewards. You pick up you bus at your depo and you start your designated route. There is good social life as the company provides a subsidised canteens and a friendly atmosphere.
Bus Driver in Cricklewood
on 5 April 2022
You want to commit suicide then click apply!
Honestly the worst job ever. Super long hours. Barely anytime off. Horrible shift patterns. Theres no such thing as “free travel” we get given Oyster card and the money gets deducted from your wages every week. If you decide to leave the company early (within a year) you will need to pay back the full training money which is over £1000, which will also be deducted from your salary. There is no duty of care towards stuff. Your just a payroll number to management. Any perks of the job always have a price. Your gym memberships are not free. Do not trust any union reps, they all work alongside management and no one is on your team, except other bus drivers.

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Ai Hebrew da giob for mi

Shared on 12 December 2017

As I said I moved from other company what shift I was doing there I am not getting the same shifts because of the manager who make this issue so worry

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