Pegasus Couriers
Happiness score is 51 out of 100
3.1 out of 5 stars.
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Pegasus Couriers Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • CEO
    Martin Smith
    43%
    approve of Martin Smith's performance
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    £730k to £4m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
  • Link
    Pegasus Couriers website
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Salaries

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 76 reviews and is evolving.

3.0020182.3520193.7920202.7520214.672022

Reviews

Courier Van Driver in Carlisle, Cumbria
on 19 May 2022
Fast paced great people
I loved this job it was fast paced and stressful at times, management at carlisle were great I got along with them all, you are self employed and sometimes not enough runs. As you are renting the vans sometimes not enough runs was a big problem with money. But out on the road you are on your own and in the mornings in the depot having banter with the management and the drivers was great, overall a great place to work, if this wasn't a selfemployed position and guaranteed wage/hours I would never have left I'd go back no problem if it was employed.
Self Employed Courier in Edinburgh
on 14 June 2022
Good money
Good moneyNice routine to get loadedStraight forward routesGet to know customersNo compassion for family lifeHire van but expensive No help if you need a hand when running behind
Driver in Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh
on 1 January 2022
A great company to work for
After reading the negative reviews on here I was a bit skeptical on joining. I decided to bite the bullet and go for it after being offered a job. I can now say that the majority of these horrendous reviews are absolutely not true. The management are great and very fair. Always at the end of the phone for any issues you may have through out the day. The work itself I found to be a doddle. Pick your parcels up in the morning at Amazon. Go do your route then go home. parcel numbers differ 200 is an average but can be up to 260 in the busy months. This sounds a lot but If you get the head down and get on with it. You’ll be finished before you know it. I normally got finished around 5/6 on a busy day or 3/4 on a quieter day. The city centre flats can be a pain in the ar*e and tiring on the legs. But again if you get on with it you’ll be grand. The parcels won’t deliver them selves. Van rental isn’t as bad as it sounds, 190 a week but with all the insurances you need with your own van, it’s not an awful lot more expensive. I done 4 on 2 off but often offered more shifts. The pay packet is always pretty decent. Route fuel is paid by Amazon. If your thinking of joining Pegasus and like myself a bit unsure after reading bad reviews, I can recommend it.
Driver in Livingston, West Lothian Perth
on 21 December 2021
Payed £80 a shift for 8 plus hours have to pay own tax n insurance of £80 a day
Need to look at there wage role. Respect the drivers as all the meetings I went to was all about you how much money you was making or the company which is nothing to do with drivers
Driver in Inverness, Highland
on 19 October 2021
Work is dead easy very nice pay
Management very helpful, my work mates nice people willing to support when needed. I really enjoying to deliver in a Highlands area every single day.

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Are you able to work 14 hour,s daily for £4.12 hour

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Just filled out forms.

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