Warburtons Careers and Employment
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- Company size1,001 to 5,000
- Revenue£500m to £1bn
- IndustryFood and Beverages
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HGV Class 2 Driver in Paddock wood
on 26 July 2021
Hard workGreat company to work with good benefits and a great pension.. uniform comfortable to.wear and the lorries are very good too drive. Serviced well. All very professional
Class 2 Driver in Bellshill, North Lanarkshire
on 22 July 2021
Management don't careThe management don't care about you, as long as the bread gets delivered. Some drivers will finish at 10am everyday, however others are out til 1pm. Rotas will be changed and they don't even tell you. 4am start but more often than not the bread or paperwork won't be ready so you have to wait around until they are.
Class 2 Multi Drop Driver in Runcorn
on 21 July 2021
Speke depot. Good when you know how to do the jobThe job is great once you learn how to do it. When you can pick fast and work fast it is job and knock. When you work hard and fast you get an early finish. I do absolutely maximum 40 hours.for good money. This is not a job for someone who wants to sit on there ….if you work fast your home by 12:00 easy . Don’t be put off by other comments this is a good solid secure job good money and pension.
Resourcer in Bolton, Greater Manchester
on 14 July 2021
Proud to beEveryone is really friendly, it has been easy to assimilate into the team because of how brilliant the culture is within the business. The work is challenging, but there is plenty of support as well as learning and development tools to use both in the form of managerial help and online help sheets that aid in professional development to get the job done well and right. I find I enjoy my day and that is in equal parts down to the team and the work there is to do.
Sales delivery driver in Speke
on 13 July 2021
Awful Speke depot moving to WidnesDuring your training they will make out they are a amazing company. They tell you that you will have your own route. You won’t. As soon as your off your training they will send you out on routes you have no idea where your going. Most sat navs are broken. Won’t pay you after 1300 even if it’s not your fault your late. Supposed to be job and knock but they will send you back out. Constant moaning about times you were at shops and how you drove the truck. Low moral everyone rushes around to get out in the morning. A lot of picking to do for your load. Once the bread is loaded you need to strap it to other bread baskets because they squeeze as much on as possible which 9 Times out of 10 the bread basket you strapped the load to snaps and your load ends up all over the back of the truck. Awful shift pattern. It’s mainly 4 on 2 but u get 3 weeks of 5 on 1 every couple of weeks. 1 weekend off in 7. Say good bye to any social life. Avoid this place. Don’t let the money tempt you. It won’t take long till you realise it’s not work it.
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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two
Asked if would be able to work shifts and over time if needed
Shared on 14 September 2018
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