Working at Bunzl


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Bunzl Reviews

What is it like working at Bunzl?

Customer Service Representative (CSR):
Regular wage reviews, but the "budget" given to management only allows for about 2% increase-below the rate of inflation. When Bunzl purchased this company 4 years ago, we were told 2 things: Bunzl pays in top 25th percentile, and market surveys of wages would be forthcoming. No sign of either 4 years later. Regular wage reviews are definitely an improvement from before, but we are still grossly underpaid in a market that is very difficult for employers to find workers.
Customer Service Representative (CSR) in Brisbane:
Pros: Helping customers
Cons: No career progression, management dont know what my role consists of, salary is below average, no performance reviews.
Bunzl is too big.
Customer Service Representative (CSR) in Victoria:
Pros: The ability to help people start successful new businesses, helping people with any jan/san issues they may have
Cons: Bunzl is too cumbersome, and can't seem to get out of it's own way as far as management structure goes. We got to where we are by helping all customers, big and small with the same level of service, and Bunzl just isn't able to adjust their thinking to take this into account. I will say that we have certainly been treated more fairly in some ways, but opaque processes and planning leaves employees guessing about where things are heading.
Storeperson in Tweed Heads:
Pros: Finish time
Cons: Politics
A means to an end - limiting.
Storeperson in Mackay:
Pros: I have income and experience to put on my resume
Cons: The immaturity of a few of my colleagues is worse than being in high school.