Royal Mail Delivery Driver (Former Employee), london – April 7, 2014
Pros: working out doors face to face with customers working for a well know company
Cons: working in the snow
Recording of both incoming and outgoing post Physical activity such as lifting of delivery sacks Data input of recorded delivery outgoing mail Distribution and collection of mail and parcels within Royal Mail depots via Royal Mail delivery van High level of face to face interaction with customers and clients
catering assistant (Former Employee), sutton – June 17, 2013
Pros: very enjoyable job
There was only 2 of us working in the kitchen. My typical day was making post/persons breakfast, making tea , coffee and then cleaning up after everyone had finished. I also worked the till and did the cashing up at the end of the day. Banking was done at the end of the week and stock taking once a week. I filled the vending machines and emptied the – more... cash out of them once a week, the ordering of stock was done once a week – less
processing (Former Employee), bristol – April 17, 2013
repetative and isolated with no oppurtunity for advancement due to nepotism and favourtism. a blinkered attitude to change. management un willing or unable to take responsibility for failure. co-workers generally going through the motions no interest or commitment. hardest part of job was turning up. the actual process of job could be interesting at – more... times but morale and unprofessional attitudes made the whole experience abhorent – less
My day in the Royal Mail would involve making up cages and lining them with cardboard for the sorter to take to place mail in. I learned about the different areas of the sorting office about the way they sort the mail into different groups. the management was very fair and good to the employees.the people there were very helpful and friendly.the hardest – more... part of the job was being on your feet for 8 hour and it could be a bit boring.The best part of the job was meeting new people. – less
PHG (Former Employee), Western Docks Southampton – December 12, 2012
Pros: meeting a great bunch of people.
Cons: having to leave through injury.
A typical Day was working mainly Night shift While I was there I learned All Postal Sorting aspects and progressed to PHG ( postman higher grade) The Management team I worked with were very fair & approachable All My fellow workmates work a good laugh & probably new most (over 700 staff) The Hardest Part of my job was if I had to cover early shift & – more... getting up was a problem. The best Part of the Job was I met my Wife there & we have been Married for 18 years. – less
Mail Sorter (Former Employee), Langley – July 26, 2012
Pros: good hours
It was a fun working at Royal Mail but then they had some of the boring and hard jobs which I had to do at times. Such as stacking letters on the shelves in alphabetical orders. I made a lot of friends there so it would make the work easier.
ware house (Former Employee), warehouse – July 5, 2012
Pros: good pay
Cons: hurting hands
a typical day at work was sorting mail/packages,nights i learned alot of being fast and successful . My managdfwas amazing and co-workers were good hard working team players and the hardest job -there was not because it was easy and the most enjoyable part was the smile when we had the success was when
sorting mail out (Former Employee), middlesbrough – May 31, 2012
Pros: bring your own lunch
Cons: good hours
Wait for the post to come in then sort them out to go back out in the right order. Got learned better how to work well in a team and good communication. The management was good but had better from my other jobs. The staff who I worked with were excellent. The hardest part was working over-time but I had to be done. Was when you finished the task you – more... have been giving. – less
felt nice to wake up in the morning knowing im going to work, i learnt alot, manegment was king and caring, good people to work with, hardest part nothing, good parts was getting paid and working on my own getting the job done.