Mission: We’re on board, on the platform, in the depot and on the phones.
We feel at home in three countries and work like we’re all in one.
We’re a mixed up mélange of many cultures and draw inspiration from all of ...
I worked at Eurostar International full-time (More than 10 years)
generous and open. employees are protected by a good union and also the employer cares. It has changed a bit over the past five years but remains a good company to work for.
could be more organised in terms of strategy
mistakes cost the company lots of money
they should work on engagement bit more and not pretend to listen to the staff (senior management)
Advice to Management
The staff working in the station like their customers and sometimes choose this job, it does not make them more stupid than someone in the office, so listen to them, they have great ideas!!
I applied online. I interviewed at Eurostar International (London, England) in September 2017.
Recruiter called me saying she wanted to have a phone interview. I asked for more details of the position as I sent my cv to their website more than 2 months ago. She got annoyed, she said it was a crew position. I insisted in more details and she told me in a rude and sarcastic way "I guess you are not interested". I said I'm very interested and that why I was asking for more details. She said her manager would sent an email with details after this phone interview. Again I had to say I would like to have details of the job opportunity before being interviewing. She said I guess you aren't interested and hang up the phone.