MITIE Work-life balance reviews in London
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as with all custodial jobs you get your idiot management types but all in all the staff here are good minus 1 or 2, the pay could be better, work life balance is good generally 3 on 2 off shifts with 7 nights then 7 days off after, centre manager does not seem interested in the staff but thats nothing new in these environments
free food on shift, decent staff
long hours and only 25k PA
Would not work another day for these cowboys , liars , bully’s and they consistently break the law without any come back , management try to bully staff , only ever see the bottom lickers get promoted, would never recommend this company to anyone even your worst enemy even they wouldn’t deserve it that back , ceo is a untrustworthy liar tooCheck out you tube and search S H I T I E All letters together and watch the video other people are also disgruntled Steer clear of these cowboys
Work hard then not paid for it, no respect from management, ceo can’t be trusted
While working at Mitie was given the opportunity that changed my career, also they kept me up to speed with all training along with opportunities to progress throughout my career path. If I ever had a major issue that I could not resolve my self I always had someone to ask for support.
many sister companies
Long delays in payment to suppliers
I genuinely like the people I work with and our offices in central London - the work is interesting and challenging. I have learned a great deal about how to really be a commercially minded lawyer and what is really materially important in terms of contracting (legal and commercial). I work with a great deal of autonomy. One drawback is that we don't have enough internal resource.
They are going through a major transformation programme which, as you'd expect, means that it's hard work and the structure isn't quite defined yet and so it's a bit chaotic at times. Hoping there's light at the end of the tunnel, but the people there make it worthwhile. It's also become a lot more flexible and could be a great place to work if they can get the culture right. It's definitely a much better place under the current CEO.
Great people and fairly flexible. Plus the office at The Shard is lovely
Nobody empowered to make decisions which is frustrating
I work iin Security Industry five years. All time in the same store Boston Manor - Sainsbury's ( convenience store). My main target is defend store from shoplifters.When started five years ago this store was open for shoplifters and another muggers.First year was very difficult. My person was big surprise for my enemies. I inoveted my job and begun cooperated with customers. Now customers cooperated with me , majority are my friends. I changed relationship between SECURITY OFFICER AND STAFF. Staff understand my job and support SO when in time trouble. Now I want change job. My old dream is Bus Driver. I hope start in a new profession. My hobby is history RAF, especialy SILVER AGE. My family live in UK. My daughter live with her partner in Milton Keynes. She is quality control. My job is very stressful.I have to verypolite for all bu some customersare veryrude. I have to very flexible , lost licence is very easy.In my store is very good athmosphere which big advantage. I have very good relationship with customers and staff. The most enjoyable moments are when customers give me greeting cards in Christmas TIME. Staff told Mark you are part of team Sainsbury's.
relationship between my and staff and customers
long hours shift 9 hours
Worked for a period of time, wasn't the best, learnt a lot early on, quickly found that once I knew what I was considered to need to know the opportunities for progression would stop there.
significantly sized company to have a on CV
culture, opportunities, level of training