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National Express is one of the most recognised brands in the UK. You see their pristine white coaches travelling up and down the motorway on a daily basis visiting one of their 1000 destinations. They are part of the wider National Express Group which employs 41,000 people worldwide with coach services in Spain, Morocco, North Africa, Bahrain and North – more... America as train services in the UK and Germany. The coach division itself transports passengers up and down the country as well connecting passengers to airports and festival goers to festivals! Basically in terms of public transport, there isn't a great deal they don't do!

Whether you work in one of the coach stations nationwide, the contact centre or at the Head office in Birmingham there is no denying the warm and friendly culture and atmosphere National Express colleagues experience. The business has a family feel to it, where people are listened to and are supported at every level developing a sense of appreciation and pride regardless of the role you work in.


National Express colleagues work hard (and play hard) and are rewarded accordingly with generous pay and fantastic benefits such as free nationwide coach and bus travel. The company is definitely going places and it is an exciting journey to be part of.
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What is it like to work at National Express?

2.7
Work/Life Balance
3.0
Salary/Benefits
2.7
Job Security/Advancement
2.6
Management
2.8
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at National Express?

53%
of employees approve of CEO’s performance
CEO Approval is based on 241 ratings
1.0
Too much responsibility for no pay
Written by Driver (Former Employee) from Ottawa, ON on 1 August 2019
Like others said the drivers are nice but the management is terrible . They expect the world of you for minimum wage and only get paid if you have passengers in the bus. Not enough to even pay bills. Good way to get a Free B Licence and then move on to driving a truck for better money. Maybe the administration should take a pay cut and pay drivers for - more...
Pros
Free training to obtain a B license
Cons
Bad company
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