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
Multi-cultural environment, with teams working from London HQ, and office/stations in Paris and Brussels. Great benefits such as free Eurostar travel vouchers each year and discount on UK National rail leisure travel. A great company to work for and a well-recognised brand which most employees seem proud to be a part of.
Hard to move internally as opportunities are sometimes limited. Can be quite slow to get things done and signed off.
I applied through a staffing agency. I interviewed at Eurostar International (London, England) in May 2017.
I had a face to face with a couple of managers in their London based office. The day after the interview I spoke with the recruitment agent and he told me he got positive feedback from Eurostar and he was waiting for the date of the second interview. After 2-3 weeks of no updates I spoke again with the agent and he told me he was still waiting for Eurostar and was chasing them almost everyday. After 2 more weeks I called the recruiter again and he said he had no news and we could only wait. I waited 1 more week and them wrote directly to Eurostar HR and asked them an update. I have never received a reply from these people. Their behavior is simply outrageous and disgusting! If this is the way they treat their employees then I am more then happy not to work for them! and I will surely avoid their services.