National Express
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What is the organisational culture at National Express?

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  • Definitely "them & us" between drivers and management.
    The drivers have to enter the building via a separate entrance, (round the back, naturally), and aren't allowed into the office under normal circumstances. If you want to speak to the the shift supervisor you have to stand at a window, like you're in a bank. The bosses remain behind a locked door!

    Generally favouritism is shown towards the more experience drivers with preferential jobs & time off.

  • When I first joined the business everyone knew there role and was able to deliver it. Now the company is in a free for all with the majority of drivers leaving over the way they are managed.

  • Not great but if your happy to just get on with what your given then you'll be fine. If your face fits you'll get better jobs

  • One of bullies. If you don’t like it then leave.

  • Progression is fair, availabilty to course is good

  • There isn't any

  • Management really aren't interested

  • Management change their mind all the time everything is last minute .com

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  1. What is the organisational culture at National Express?