Affinity Water
3.0 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining, Utilities
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Public Affairs Specialist
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Senior Public Affairs Specialist
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Customer Care Advisor in Hatfield, Hertfordshire
on 24 February 2021
Affinity water , the people.was great to work with but the management I feel didn't know how to look after or respect their employees, they didn't listen and just piled more work on to your work load that was not your job or position
Customer Relations Advisor in Folkestone, Kent
on 23 March 2021
This company has a high staff turnaround due to the stressful environment. Your mental health is drained by working here with no appreciation from managers, you are treated like a robot, just a head on a phone and nothing else. Very stat driven, but they make stats unavailable and keep moving the goal posts. Managers are very cliquey and have favourites, if you’re not part of the faveourites then your experience here is not likely to be a very good one.
Graduate Engineer in Hatfield, Hertfordshire
on 9 January 2021
Didn't work out for me
I didn't like my time here. I didn't gel with my boss and although I did my work to the best of my ability, without any consultation I was moved to a different team which felt like I had done something wrong when I hadn't. Disruptive and not a nice way to be treated, my confidence really suffered working here. It's a quiet place if you work on the top floor of the Hatfield office. Nothing wrong with that, but for me felt a bit formal and cold. I work somewhere now which is much warmer in comparison. I'm glad I'm not there any more.That said, if you're a person who can bring people together then the company needs more people like you.
Mains and service operative in Clacton-on-Sea
on 14 September 2020
Poor place to work
Manager is a bully and uses people to make himself look good . Talks to staff like they are small children . Only wants staff under 30 so if you are older he will push you out . No people skills
Scientist in Hatfield, Hertfordshire
on 11 August 2020
Senior management unprofessional
Unprofessional management. Meeting targets prioritied over welfare. It's all about saving money for them. Zero training or development, training considered unessential by management. Treat staff like cogs in a machine. Piling on more and more work, really getting their monies worth out of people until they break. No recognition for people going over and above.
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