Stuart Careers and Employment
- Company size201 to 500
- Revenueless than £1M (GBP)
- IndustryTransportation & Logistics
Bicycle Courier in London
on 10 November 2020
Good for flexibility and exercise
It's not a bad job if you don't mind minimum wage, since you have infinite freedom. Work as much or as little as you want (if you can book slots). You can end up 8 miles from you start location if you're unlucky, but to avoid this you can work off slot or use another company app. However it's usually best to have the per hour guarantee unless it's very busy. Nice cycling job, explore the city and earn what you need.
Partner in University
on 13 November 2020
Unfair Companys to Work for
Their business model is not fair like competitors. They have lack of everything in every department. They need to learn from competitors. Paying more money to drivers wont save their business but fair policy will keep them alive.Recently they have terminated hard working drivers due to petty reasons like " we couldn't geo localized you" it is more because of internet in bed weather internet doesn't work properly every one knows that but they terminated drivers those who are working in every weather, paying insurance, taxes, petrol wear tear expanses etc. They will terminate you because you were in the restaurant waiting too long to collect order, its down to restaurant not driver. They will terminate you because you register as a biker but you start using car ( Slef employees should be able to decide what type of transport they want to use) transport type can be changed due weather conditions, in winter you cant use bicycle easily or motor bike ,in summer bikes are preferred transport but they will terminate you for this reason.In some cases they suddenly discovered that some drivers insurance are not genuine in the middle of the year and can't be bothered to confirm with the insurance provider but it easy for them to terminate them poor self employed delivery driver.There behaviour and attitude as a employer is not professional and not worthy to work for them.They need to think who drive your business the delivery driver, if you keep doing this someone else fill that space. Treat your employees as you treating customer otherwise you will become history like other were here before you.
Self-employed Courier Driver in Sheffield
on 20 September 2020
Totally flexible and well paid
Get paid on how hard you work, no manager , helpful support team. Competitive rates of pay compared to other couriers. Can be used full time or part time
N/A in Derby, Derbyshire
on 15 September 2020
Never got to the employment stage
After 5 weeks of going back and forwards supplying innumerable documents, filling in forms and doing tests, I gave up and found a job elsewhere. Then a week later I got an email saying that my application was on hold, but I could resume it. No thanks. I've got better things to do with my time. Maybe they're a good company to work for, but I never found out (not for the lack of trying...)
Delivery Driver in Bristol
on 7 August 2020
I have been working as delivery driver for long time. I just want to help you in your journey. With no slott option you have full flexibility in work.
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