Stafforce Recruitment Employee Reviews
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A typical day at work was stressful and you didn’t want to be there 2 hours into an 8 hour shift. The people working with me were rude and took no consideration into how you was feeling. I ‘lost’ my job due to going dizzy once and if you don’t tell them what they want to hear then you are called a liar. You aren’t told what to do or where to go. The whole work place was just horrendous. I enjoyed my job but didn’t think k yay, I .have work in the morning.
Good pay, quite easy
Awful management, take forever to sort an ‘issue’ out
Staff force as well as many other agencies are the worst possible routes for employment. First of all, completely lied to about the job description and opportunities. Secondly, Poor rate of pay and when you do get paid it is normally incorrect. Thirdly, They do not care about you, you are simply a slave for them to make money. Finally, I was made redundant and they wouldn’t find me another job and refused to answer my calls
Said they had some work for me and two days later they offered me a full time job. unfortunately the boss of were I worked changed my job so trained in that role but it was not for me . And I hurt my hand at work and couldn't do job . The people in the office were very nice and professional
bad management talk behind your back put me on a job i enjoyed then took me off no training given drop u like a hat with hours 4 hours some shifts then send u home cant make a living there stay away purple hairnet bosses laugh at u they need sacking and employ somebody with brains hopefully someone who is english its a joke
I was employed for the company until the outbreak of the coronavirus, we were not provided with any cleaning material and then was made redundant. It was nothing about my own duties within the company, prior to this,I was given a glowing appraisal. The company did not take advantage of the government-funded 'furlough scheme' They say they are a family when in times of hardship, you are just a number. No industry training is offered, outside of the 3 days company induction, which covers the very basics of what you need to do your job. Every 6 months you have to compile an appraisal, that is quickly read and signed by your line manager, your always told you are a great fit for the company and doing a great job until it suits them and then you are either made redundant or cast aside in a role that is impossible to enjoy elsewhere in the company. The company shouts aloud of being the best company to work for, yet they will not show the results of how this comes to be. Avoid if you strive for any job security.
I work at the Seafood Plant in Annan on the early shift. It can be cold and standing in one position all the time pains your back, shoulders, neck and legs but......the work is okay and the cameraderie of my colleagues makes up for anything else. They are a brilliant bunch of people on my shift. Management both with Stafforce and the Plant are good and approachable. They will help with any issues you may have. The only downside to agency work is that you are only paid for hours worked, so if you are sick or sent home because of mechanical failure or anything, no pay. There is also a two week shutdown over the Christmas period and this comes entirely from holiday entitlement which you must have worked to accrue so I had no wages one week of the holidays as I had not been there long enough to accrue enough holidays. You are paid a week in arrears and should be aware of that. The only other thing is, I have been there since last year and still do not even have a copy of terms and conditions, never mind any kind of contract!!!!!