Servest Careers and Employment
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenue£75m to £365m (GBP)
- IndustryConstruction & Facilities Services
Salary estimated from 2.2K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
Food Preparation & Service
Contract Cleaner in Sutton-In-Ashfield
on 5 May 2021
Dont expect any help from your managerSo having worked for servest for nearly two years, I can tell you quite a lot. I started out on permanent weekends in a dusty, half derelict factory. The job itself was stressfree. The factory staff was very kind to me at times. I mostly got on with it. The problems started with a member of staff never doing a full week, there was no outside help from the company, the manager was no help at all, not getting paid on time. Using broken or lack of decent equipment. I did enjoy working on my own, but I never worked in a team so disfunctional. I pity the person who took my old job.
Cleaner (part-time) in Nottingham
on 5 September 2021
RubbishManagement are a joke, never respond to you when you need anything but when they want you it's a totally different story. Only thing they usually get right is the pay. Management will shout at you, swear at you wether you're good or not. Getting holidays takes forever to get booked and accepted because once again they don't want to know unless they need you to cover somewhere. I really don't recommend working for these, there's plenty of other companies hiring regularly that are much better. I'm currently looking to move on myself after 5yrs at that store and 4 years with servest, they wasn't too bad to begin with but drastically went downhill
Warehouse Operative in Kettering
on 5 July 2021
AwfulAwful company.They try to get the most out of people for the most minimum pay which they can't even pay correctly.Awful & Lazy Team members you have to continually pick up the slack for All round Awful Experience
Cleaner (part-time) in Bexhill, East Sussex
on 5 July 2021
Shifts and managementA very disorganised company to work for, management continuously changes and so do your shifts, not enough tasks for how long your shift is so you have to work slower than necessary just so you don't look idle. I would not recommend working for this company if you're looking for a good work-life balance as the constant changes in shifts means you don't know if you're working one day from the next. This company mainly hires members from the same family and the work rotas get prioritised around them, you will end up with the shifts they don't want to do and the rota will be put up very late or maybe not at all.
Security Officer in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
on 21 June 2021
IdiotsThe staff management supervisor are a joke no idea of security they sleep on job leave sites break in to staff lockers thinking its funny cutting up site pass for fun supervisor did nothing .if you want to get treat like dirt great place if you want to learn do a good job go else were management won't help you either avoid
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None.i was just transferred over
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Are you willing to work as a team.
Shared on 6 September 2017