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Do Stagecoach pay breaks?
No. People don’t get paid breaks at Stagecoach.
Public Transport Providers who pay breaks include Great Western Railway, TransPennine Express and Transport for Wales.
Last updated 27 January, 2022
How we know this
Based on 453 job reviews from people who work at Stagecoach.
77% of people say they don’t get paid breaks
Why this matters
A good job should have paid breaks.
You should be paid for all your time at work, whether you’re on a break or not.
Which public transport providers pay breaks?
- Great Western Railway Breaks are paid
- TransPennine Express Breaks are paid
- Transport for Wales Breaks are paid
- Northern Rail Breaks are paid
- West Midlands Trains Breaks are paid
- Hitachi Breaks are paid
- Thameslink Breaks are paid
- Southeastern Breaks are paid
- East Midlands Railway Breaks are paid
- Govia Thameslink Railway Breaks are paid
What people are saying about sick pay at Stagecoach
Weekly pay, free travel pass
Stress, unsociable hours, terrible work/life balance, management over eager to discipline, never see family, unpaid long breaks.
Stagecoach Employee, November 2021
Working with the public.
Very long hours , long breaks and weekend work
Stagecoach Employee, August 2021
You are your own boss once you leave the depot
Too many breaks
Stagecoach Employee, April 2021