A typical day was quiet especially in recent years. The staff were multinational, which was good as you learnt some of the language. The management was rarely seen, and most feedback from them was negative. Targets were set too high, and unreachable, even though staff did put this to management, which they ignored. The best part of the job was meeting different nationalities. Staff were friendly to work with. Would I recommend Moneycorp CFX Ltd as a place to work? absolutely not.
Cash Centre Operative in Gatwick
Salary was ridiculous
Essentially paid minimum wage to do shift-work, either 9 or 12 hours a day, starting as early as 3am and finishing as late as 11pm. I was under living wage age, so I would train new employees and they would be paid more than me from the beginning.
Various in Stansted Airport
Retail in a hard environment
Over the years it’s become more difficult to be competitive at a airport, with the senior management determined to squeeze everything out of the business and workforce resulting in unhappy customers and over stressed staff. What was once a happy and productive team turned into a me me only culture.
Sales Assistant in Gatwick Airport Station
College and management
My colleges and management was brilliant and very happy to receive all support from everyone there.
The work and responsibilities in balance with the pay rate was a huge difference.
Marketing Executive - moneycorp in Victoria, London, Greater London
Good learning curve for a junior
I would recommend a graduate role at moneycorp as when that person moves on they will have a good idea what a slow paced old school corporate is like to work for, which should help them understand the wider picture for must UK business.