- Ehem. Mitarbeiter★★★★★
Typische Konzernstrukturen3. Sept. 2019 - Anonymer MitarbeiterEmpfehlenPositive CEO-BewertungGeschäftsprognose
- gutes Gehalt - entspanntest Arbeitsklima - nettes Büro - Kaffee und Wasser 4 free - gute Lage Berlin Mitte
- altbackene Branche, die viel vom Staat abhängt - konservativer DresscodeWeiterlesen
- Akt. Mitarbeiter, mehr als 1 Jahr★★★★★
Management don’t lead by example or take interest in staff14. Feb. 2023 - Taxi Controller in Nashville, TNEmpfehlenPositive CEO-BewertungGeschäftsprognose
The other employees are what makes the job enjoyable. The 4 on 4 off shift pattern means when you take 4 days leave, you are off for 12 days.
Money is very poor for the shifts and hours. Salary is £24,200 for 44 hour weeks - one week Dayshift followed by a week Nightshift. The lowest paid workers are forced to attend the office for ALL shifts (no choice of hybrid working) while the management on high salaries can work from home and almost never attend the office (one day per month at very most). So lowest paid workers have to fork out for public transport each day - with some employees in other departments working 7 days in a row or more without a day off, this travel eats into the already poor wage. Management do not lead by example and the communication within the company is TERRIBLE. The management haven’t got a clue about taxis and don’t ever get involved - unless something goes wrong - they then start putting silly measures in place rather than listening to experienced members to find out what should be done. Turnover of staff is crazy.Weiterlesen
- Akt. Mitarbeiter★★★★★
Disorganised Chaos19. März 2023 - Taxi ControllerEmpfehlenPositive CEO-BewertungGeschäftsprognose
The people you work with just about make it bearable.
- Very long hours with a salary that doesn’t match. - By the time they got round to actually recruiting the badly understaffed teams, so many people were burnt out that it’s just a revolving door of new starters in and established staff out. - Management don’t understand the role nor have they made any effort in doing so leading to knee jerk reactions when things go wrong usually meaning an increase in the workload for the already understaffed control teams. - Management don’t actually like one another enough to communicate so all trying to push through their own separate agendas. - Very questionable HR decisions. - Staff are not listened to with many issues being easily fixed if management were to take notice of us. - Lowest paid staff members in the office are expected to come into the office for every shift (could easily be done as hybrid) with the highest paid barely making an appearance. - Same staff that are coming in for those shifts have no first aid cover or fire warden. - The main door to the office is locked evenings and weekends so regularly have no key holder in the office for 12 hours. The one spare key for the department was removed by a manager outside of the department meaning that if there is a fire on the side of the building with the one available fire exit then staff cannot evacuate on a nightshift or any shift over the weekend. Clearly a complete disregard to their employees safety.Weiterlesen