Unternehmensgruppe Theo Müller Employee Reviews
United Kingdom21 reviews
Found 21 reviews matching the searchSee all 27 reviews
Indeed featured review
The most useful review selected by Indeed
Don't apply for a manufacturing role. They just treat you like a scum bag that doesn't have any rights, but they're is some decent lads there though.
Good crack with the lads, 4 days off.
12h shift, they run you into the ground and production rising above your metal health with this company.
Working at Exeter fulfilment centre until being forced out of the company by heavy handed management who made a mountain out of a mole hill. You will be in your van seven days a week (sun evening-sat morning) and if your not asleep in the chair on a Saturday night by 10 you’ve done well. When you consider your working nights this salary isn’t as good as it looks. If your face fits your fine but I wish I’d never set foot in there and if you still want to apply make sure your squeaky clean.
Long hours, management, whistleblowers
I worked as a technical operator and I can say it's by far the worst environment I have ever worked in. Management do nothing but try and bully you. Working with machines that are falling apart. A few genuine work colleagues the rest back stab you and are nice to your face really low morale place and very negative. I literally wouldn't send my worst enemy there the place is shambolic.
Being a time served 'milky of 20 years i knew exactly what the job required. However from day 1 your set up to fail. Management are liars looking after only thierselves. They regularly run out of goods. Stock is incorrect 9 times out of 10.Always faults on the vehicles. Please people I strongly urge you..... do not work for this company.
Some good lads on the rounds.
Management. Hours. Vehicles. Lies. Oh and Management.
Bristol depot to be avoided at all costs unless your desperate. Certain managers are bullies and liars , if your face fits your in. Staff have left and gone to Amesbury where they have been treated with respect from a better management team.
A box of roses for Xmas if your lucky
Two faced bullying culture by certain managers
After being offered a job in credit control at the shared service branch Telford I was thrilled however 2 weeks in I was told I was being replaced by a younger candidate who has TPM experience. I don't even know what that means and neither did the employment agency. 2 days notice and they kept calling me afterwards asking for passwords and the like.Don't be surprised if you get treated like this as colleagues said it's common practice
See my review
night work long hourswhat i learned was a bullying culturemanagement was a joke getting paid for playing pool and not much worktold you one thing and the company another bare faced liars in it for themselves .i had been a milkman for 30 years and never experienced the treatment i got there had an affect on my mental health so glad i got out
everything especially management and brown noses
Management don't care about their employees. The place has done too much to my mental health which forced me to leave due to needing less hours for college. Some people there are okay but most of them are just toxic. The place is also a hive of double standards and brown nosing. Stay away from this company.
You get paid
No flexibility when you wish to achieve something for your future.
At muller from beginning of take over of Dairy Crest, all downhill from then on, poor management broken promises products not available, 1 memorable occasion no milk for delivery, I kid you not!!! No home life in fact no life at all. Avoid this job like the plague.
Poor management, no home life, holidays cancelled or never available
See more jobs
Jobs at Unternehmensgruppe Theo Müller
Ok, it’s a job. But if you’re working full-time then a good proportion of your life will be spent there. No proper induction. Crash course in my role. After being given a list of site rules and reading other bits on notice boards, I expected a strict working environment given the fact it’s classed as food industry. That’s a joke. The standard saying is ‘rules are made to be broken’. 98 percent of site rules are broken, along with a lot of the equipment.
You get paid ok, when they get your hours right (always check)
Be prepared to be stabbed in the back on a daily basis
I been almost two months with them, but transport management are not good, even most of drivers are not so good, they are jealous and unhappy! The money was good although I was Agancy driver, but people who running Trafford Park depot not good
Working in this vile place was one of the worst experiences of my life. The management there are a complete joke and have no interest whatsoever in the staff/underlings who work beneath them. Unfortunately it doesn’t get any better from there as it is exactly the same throughout the company. HR are only there to cover the company’s backside while they treat you like filth. There are a handful of decent people who work there but generally most of them are a bunch of two faced backstabbers who will in no way go out of their way to help you. Best thing that ever happened to me was getting out of there.
Back stabbers alround especially in team leaders wannabe supvisors, no support in anything except a few decent work colleagues, alot of family members work there, if your face fits and don't half the staff can't speak fluent English speak your mind, you will get on fine
Free yogurts after shifts
12hours shifts nights and days
I have just finished working for Bedford depot they are racist and abusive towards staff. the hours do not suit anyone with a family as you start 2130 and finish late as 1200 next day 🤔 (even though it is family based 😡) . My experience was the worst at this place especially Bedford. Approach with caution and be prepared for alot of runabout and no the money does not reflect the work you have to do at all. 👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎👎🖕 Let down, waste of my time.
This was my first HGV driving job. There was a steep learning curve but plenty of training. I spent the first two weeks with another driver learning the job. The work was set runs delivering bottled milk to stores and supermarkets. Runs were learned by shadowing another driver for a few days. It's physical work and lots of drops, but brilliant experience for new drivers who the company are willing to take on and train. After 6 months I got my class 1 license and was given the opportunity to move onto the artics a few weeks later, again with lots of training and mentoring from experienced drivers. Management were fair and willing to listen but the fast paced nature of the job meant there were high expectations for drivers. The company is pretty good for safety and vehicle maintenance. Management monitor hours and don't push you to break drivers or working time regulations. In 12 months I never had an infringement for either. The other drivers were very welcoming and friendly, for a driving job it was a very social place to work. Set runs mean you see the same customers regularly so there's lots of interaction with people. Basic pay wasn't great but the overtime and premium rates for weekends and bank holidays make up for it. Expect to work 45-50 hours a week with very early starts. Some runs start at 2am, but most start between 3 and 4am with a few later ones between 5 and 6am. Overall I had a very positive experience and would recommend the company highly, especially for new drivers.
Bullying and Jelousy is very common, If your face doesn’t fit, You’ll be constantly picked upon, Backstabbed, Treated like dirt. A lot of Jelousy, So if you love your hours and want to earn. Think again. Management are bullies, Will look for any reason to stamp on you. Have to work weekends to actually earn a decent wage. Nobody is your friend, You are just a number. However if you particularly ask for something or like a specific run, You can be certain you won’t get it again.
Friendly staff who work as hard workers and many hours but mostly are looking for new jobs due to losing confidence and trust in the job with to many promises brake. Always have to work with shortage people but can not get new people, can not keep good people in jobs or can not keep people at job because run away sickness when angry. Managers don't show the care about the people or situations. Mayb have potential of being a good place again if situations was handled differently and people cared more. If previously managers return again mayb can be good again.
Overtime is not optional but its a must and you have to oblige, managers do not listen to employee, place getting worse and only wants to save money and not keep good employees
See more Unternehmensgruppe Theo Müller reviews
You may want to try: