Stapletons Careers and Employment
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Part of the ETEL Group, Stapleton’s (Tyres Services) Ltd has served the nation for over 80 years and is proudly one of the market leading distributors within the UK.
Employing over 1,000 people at 11 distribution hubs across the UK, the Company is a national leader in tyre warehousing and distribution for three main market channels, Wholesale, Dealership and National Accounts.
Despite our size, our values of excellent quality products, local friendly service and customer-centric culture remain as prominent today as over the previous 80 years. Extensive industry knowledge combined with the UK’s widest range of car tyres, long term customer relationships and focus on productivity and efficiency ensure that all of our customers receive the highest quality service that they can rely on.
Salary estimated from 1.4K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
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Working for Stapleton's is not that good. Your delivering to many tyre's depending on the customer. Like quick fit then they want you to take tyre's back when there's no room on the van. They say hurry up and get back but drive slow. And it's a lot of paper work to fill for scrap tyre's. And the vans are not safe the back and side doors open while driving and they will send you back out in it the next day I past my class 2 licence in August I noticed after I got that people were been weird in the office then they made up a silly reason like I'm not calling the office enough so we got to get rid of you.
Good easy job and people. Management are all really good. Long hours sometimes.. depends what route you have that day. Same route every morning and random route afternoon. Van's are loaded for you every morning. So get in paperwork and van checks, go. If you have worked amazon or the like this job is much easier. Comfortable amount of drops. Obviously some days can be a bit busier than others.
Busy, short staffed, manager who couldn't care less. You are expected to work 12 hours even though your actual hours are 8. You can be forced to change from days to nights or they threaten to sack you (the manager). If you're agency you get promised a contract only to cancel you with a text for no reason.
promise you all that you want to hear in the interview but don't actually give you what you applied for in the first place , don't look out for you when things go wrong and very quick to blame and punish you for non-fault eras.
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