Marston's Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Marston's employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Marston's has a diversity rating of 3.7.

All answers shown come directly from Marston's Reviews and are not edited or altered.

Does there seem to be diversity at Marston's?

5 English reviews out of 5

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5 September 2021

Pros

No pros to the job

Cons

Long hours , no work life balance constant heavy lifting blame and bullying culture rubbish wages, culture of veiled threats ,dangerous working conditions,no consideration to mental or physical health.

Advice to Management

Pay men what they are worth,stop treating them like slaves, employ people who can do their jobs (load planner) ,get more corks because the ship is sinking .

Long hours , no work life balance constant heavy lifting blame and bullying culture rubbish wages, culture of veiled threats ,dangerous working conditions,no consideration to mental or physical health.

5 September 2021

Reviewed by: HGV Class I Driver/Drayman in Wolverhampton, England, England (Current Employee)

7 October 2021

Pros

Good for young people or first job

Cons

No point going above and beyond. Not reward.

Good for young people or first job

7 October 2021

Reviewed by: Graduate Student in Cardiff, Wales, Wales (Current Employee)

7 December 2019

Pros

Working with shop floor guys

Cons

Bullying and blame culture from management, not family orientated and did not tolerate parents looking after sick children, mental health problems are not acceptable and literally the management said to draw a line under the issues? No training given or any form of job education. Health and safety is ignored in favour of production criteria, product quality is undermined so quantity can be met.

Advice to Management

Senior management need to look at working practices at the eagle brewery, staff are to worried to speak up due to fear of dismissal, that is not speculation as I have proof on paper that they actually do underhand things to force whistle blowers out.

Bullying and blame culture from management, not family orientated and did not tolerate parents looking after sick children, mental health problems are not acceptable and literally the management said to draw a line under the issues?

7 December 2019

Reviewed by: Brewing Operative in Bedford, England, England (Former Employee)

18 October 2021

Pros

Diversity and tips Options for career development

Cons

Always understaffed, big staff turnover

Diversity and tips

18 October 2021

Reviewed by: Team Leader in Preston, North West England, England, England (Current Employee)

3 November 2020

Pros

Really great training programme for young people

Cons

Shift hours are never guaranteed which is a shame

Really great training programme for young people

3 November 2020

Reviewed by: Front of House Staff (Former Employee)

5 English reviews out of 5

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