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Ivor engine

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Hi. Can anyone give me some information about drivers terms and conditions with cross country please.

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Is Sunday part of the working week?
Do they have the sliding scale?
Do they have sick pay or do you have to have been employed for so many years first?
Overall are they a good employer?
Any other information greatly appreciated.
Thank you
 
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Could you Google “ASLEF company information”’ in the absence of any responses to see what is posted under XC? Just remember the ASLEF website isn’t always as up to date as it could be.
 

Tyrion

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Hi. Can anyone give me some information about drivers terms and conditions with cross country please.

ie.

Is Sunday part of the working week?
Do they have the sliding scale?
Do they have sick pay or do you have to have been employed for so many years first?
Overall are they a good employer?
Any other information greatly appreciated.
Thank you
Hi
Can only answer some

1: No, outside with commitment to work
2: Not Sure
3: 6 weeks full 6 weeks half for first year then up to 16 weeks until year 5 then 6 months, LNER same
4: Subjective, a lot of their depots do have a lot of variety compare to other Intercity operators

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ChrisTheRef

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From a current advert...


Becoming a Driver with CrossCountry not only bring you security, safety and strength in a known operator, you will receive excellent benefits and a competitive starting salary of:


  • £54,977pa for experienced drivers without core routes and traction
  • £59, 990pa with core routes and traction
  • £65,006 after 1 years’ service
 
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