Do Transport for Wales pay breaks?

Yes. Most people get paid breaks at Transport for Wales.

Public Transport Providers who pay breaks include TransPennine Express, Transport for Wales and South Western Railway.

Last updated 25 July 2022

How we know this

Based on 46 job reviews from people who work at Transport for Wales.

100% of people say they 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?

  1. TransPennine Express Most people get paid breaks
    9.4
  2. Transport for Wales Most people get paid breaks
    9.0
  3. South Western Railway Most people get paid breaks
    8.9
  4. CrossCountry Most people get paid breaks
    8.8
  5. Southern Most people get paid breaks
    8.7
  6. Northern Rail Most people get paid breaks
    8.6
  7. Hitachi Most people get paid breaks
    8.5
  8. West Midlands Trains Most people get paid breaks
    8.5
  9. Greater Anglia Most people get paid breaks
    8.4
  10. Metrobus Most people get paid breaks
    8.4

What people are saying about sick pay at Transport for Wales

  • Best thing

    All the discount perks and discounted travel, ability to claim breaks and overtime if worked over, mental health & wellbeing support taken seriously, more than 6 months notice of shifts and exact workings of the day, given ample paid time to get ready for work once signed on to work, friendly staff, 0 tolerance to discrimination, sickness system with follow up calls from managers for wellbeing, the salary, the 4-day week with a long weekend every 3 weeks.

    Worst thing

    Abusive passengers and Anti-social behaviour which can't be helped.

    10

    Transport for Wales Employee, February 2022