Royal Mail
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Cleaner hourly salaries in England at Royal Mail

Job Title
Cleaner5 salaries
Average salary
£12.73 per hour
Above national average
Average £12.73
Low £6.65
High £19.20

Salary estimated from 5 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 12 months.

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Great job

Started working here as a cleaner back In 2022. I desperately needed a job and they got in touch and within a week I was hired as a cleaner. I work on my own and am left to own devices. It's nice and relaxed and the pay is good but only because I live with a friend so the salary is manageable especially when it's an hour a day for six days a week. Management is ok, when I ask for inventory I get it pretty quickly. Training is always up to date and everyone is nice and talkative. I was scared at first, as a transwoman I wasn't sure how it was going to go but everything has went great. My reason for resigning is I'm also a carer and right now I can't juggle with work and being a carer among other duties I have.


Nobody looks over your shoulder
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Productive on a daily basis, but overall no contact or continuity between different management levels, and general communication is poor.

Communication between all levels of management was poor, which resulted in poor working relationships and task confusion and failure.General on-site atmosphere was devisive and unwelcoming, outdated attitudes were not often challenged.Initiatives to improve working relationships were quite often ignored or not encouraged in a positive manner.


Subsidized meals Uniform provided Sub management manager


Long hours Poor union representation Lazy senior management
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It’s a job

It’s a warehouse job at the end of the day. The things I had to clean it the warehouse toilets were absolutely disgusting. Staff blocking toilets with toilet paper, making them completely overflow. Pulling the toilet doors off the hinges. It was shocking how badly people left the toilets... As time went on, the warehouse floor was getting dirtier and dirtier, even though we all swept daily. I personally believe a lot of the staff working there didn’t have much respect for the cleaners.The work however was easy enough, do your job and go home. You’re not really hassled by upper management, and you’re allowed to take breaks which was nice. The canteen area and the soft seating area are nice places for breaks. The canteen staff are lovely, and there’s multiple vending machines, including a hot drinks vending machine which is quite cheap.A lot of the staff working there are quite friendly, they’ll give you a smile or say hello. There’s others who’ll just look at you, but surprisingly I didn’t experience any majorly rude people.


Allowed multiple breaks, nice canteen and soft seating area


Good luck cleaning certain areas, that’s all I’ll say.
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How much does a Cleaner make at Royal Mail in England?

Average Royal Mail Cleaner hourly pay in England is approximately £12.73, which is 31% above the national average.

Salary information comes from 887 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.

Please note that all salary figures are approximations based upon third party submissions to Indeed. These figures are given to the Indeed users for the purpose of generalised comparison only. Minimum wage may differ by jurisdiction and you should consult the employer for actual salary figures.

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