Warehouse Worker in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire
Very stressful job, hours been cut but the customer service is still expected to be the same. Working through lunch everyday. Expected to run the warehouse, control what the drivers do, respond to emails, organising returns, the list goes on all for NMW.
Exhausting place to work for with no help or support from above. Definitely a split between warehouse, drivers and sales. Sales gets pay raises to just sit there, everyone else killing themselves
My favourite job
Management are understanding of work life balance. They treat everyone equally and make you feel like a valuable part of the team. Great colleagues who pitch in to help one another. Genuine friendliness which helps you pass the day with a smile. You are constantly busy but during the odd quiet spell you help the team which is as it should be. Expect to be competent in loading heavy vehicle parts into a van, and reading paperwork accurately as time is money for the customers. I only left my full time position due to becoming a parent. I am now a casual worker, and I am looking forward to more hours being available. For me it's home from home due to the welcome I receive.
Car Parts Delivery Driver in Prefer not to say
Your face needs to fit
If the dispatcher doesnt like you it is not a good place to be.Everyone is ripped apart as soon as they leave the area . Trust no one!! Too many two faced people and back stabbers
Team Leader/Supervisor in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands
Worst place i have ever worked
Management or consistently breaking Health an Safety laws in order to keep up with orders. Expect people to work at an unbelievable pace without no real support. Also have increased the workload over the past 2 years without increasing the pay. Higher management taking all the profit for bonus and giving all the staff minimum wage. Make you work in conditions which do not comply with current covid regulations.
Director of Operations in United Kingdom
The worst leaders in the business
Shocking company to work for. You truly are just a number and an expendable one at that. 10 years of loyal service and it counted for nothing. When the big bosses start to see you as a threat, they will worm you out. Tbh you can’t help feeling a bit sorry for them due to their own insecurities. Why should we be penalised?To loss a £18,000,000 contract and keep their jobs....because of ego’s and pig headedness. Just stay away a join AAG. Don’t invest any of your time with TPA. It’s all about the EBITDA & nothing to do with the people. The Canadians say jump and the board says - how high?