Happiness score is 35 out of 100
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Rating is calculated based on 99 reviews and is evolving.



service driver in Manchester, Greater Manchester
on 28 July 2022
alright place to work
not bad place to work, if you dont mind bad smells and getting your hands dirty, some alright people there, left to do your job, no commuting cost as take work van home
Account manager in Tamworth, Staffordshire
on 3 October 2022
Just over all avoid, they give money in one hand and then take it out the other. Managers don’t know nothing but they are quick enough to tell you your wrong but never have a solution on how to solve this unless you want to lick your way to the top. If you want to progress PHS is not for you. If you want to be victimised this is the place for you.
Service driver in West Bromwich
on 23 August 2022
Managers with no people skills, rarely finish on time, overtime never paid, not organised in anyway, vans are rust buckets or to small for job, over worked under paid, if your a driver everything is your fault including traffic and don’t be Sick you will get interrogated
Telesales in Tamworth
on 30 May 2022
Great environment, great people and culture work hard and get rewarded
Not a typical telesales centre, great culture everyone’s voice is heard, achievable OTE, full training and support which continues when you go live. Own territory and toll kit to negotiate to upswell and retain accounts. Customer centric
Service Driver in Scotland
on 6 March 2022
Terrible place to work
Terrible company to work for, get a route handed to you for the following days 8 hour shift but the routes about 10 hours worth of work, management won't take work off it and you're told that you must finish the route, you'll get overtime after 8 hours and that your contract says you will do overtime, it says overtime at times not every single shift! You're only allowed 20 minutes paid depot time at the end of your shift to wait in a queue of about 8 vehicles to get into one of the few loading bays, completely empty your vehicle, get your paperwork for the next day and deal with anything else then go load your vehicle up again. If you enjoy everyday overtime and listening to customers moaning about overdue service then this is the place for you. Only good thing about this job was the other drivers, helpful and friendly...well most of them.

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