A&J Scott Careers and Employment
Production Operative in Woolerton
on 28 February 2021
Just didn't work out.Desperate for any work I was happy to accept their offer. However as I lived so far away (over 30 miles) I was getting up at 4.15 and not getting home until almost 7pm on dayshift. While on nights I was lucky to get 3 and a half hours sleep.I was told I would be shadowing the main line operator on my 2nd week. That didn't happen. The building I worked in was exposed to the outside elements so it never got above zero all night. A shirt, sweater, hoodie, body warmer, wooly hat and gloves were not enough to keep me warm. Another thing I didn't like was if you were ill one day or night out of your 4 twelve hour shifts you lost the whole week's shift allowance. Bit harsh.
Machine Operator in Wooperton, Northumberland
on 7 October 2020
Plenty of chances to progressStarted back in 2002 and progressed through the ranks. i would have still been there if i didnt have to move from the area due to personal reasons. Great bunch of guys and will still keep in contact with them.
Labourer in Alnwick
on 4 May 2019
LaboursThe pay is basic pay they only care about them self and not the people that work for them it is all about money not about the people that work there for them
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