Why does Eddie Stobart get a rating of 5.7?
- Easy to book holiday
- People get proper breaks
- No unpaid extra work
- Easy to change shifts
- Easy to take sick leave
- Good choice of shifts
- Enough training
- No short notice shift changes
- Managers are respectful
- Contracts don’t match the hours people work
- Head office doesn’t understand the frontline
- People feel stressed
- Not good for parents
- Breaks aren’t paid
- No career progression
- People don’t recommend their team
- Uninformed about head office
- Less than 4 weeks notice of shifts
- People don’t get sick pay
Based on 45 job reviews
Eddie Stobart is a logistics company. They operate in the UK and Europe.
£9.10–13.50 per hour
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How much notice do people get of their shifts?
Based on 43 employees
What contracts are people on?
Based on 39 employees
How often do people get paid?
Based on 44 employees
How are people paid?
Based on 45 employees
Featured Eddie Stobart job reviews
see the u.k freedom in been on my own intruck all day /nite
crap pay for hours we do .life on road has long hours 15 hour shifts then 11 hours cramped on a small bed cookin for one at side of roads having to deal with fuel theft load theft curtains slashed
HGV driver, November 2020
Working alone, being out and about.
The pay and benefits. SSP, low hourly rate, not paid for the first 45 minute break you have to take.
HGV driver, December 2020
Interesting job, large team of colleagues, lots of variety
Shift patterns, very early start
Passenger service agent, August 2020