Amey
Happiness score is 48 out of 100
3.1 out of 5 stars.
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Management winging it everyday & never seem to have same loaders so lot time nobody knows a route or were your going which adds on to your day making it very long
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Stressful unsurported

Amey culture at the very top is not transfered to Operations Directors , they appoint with mo reference to policy and see a work force as only a means to place margin onto bottom line
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All good

Enjoyed my time. Very busy workplace with a good management team . Problems were solved without a blame culture being attached to it which I've found to be prevalent in construction
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Too many hrs and not one bit of Appreciation

I was working as a caretaker the working week wasn’t too bad apart from them wanting you to be in 5 places at once and get everything done in 10 minutes . You don’t really get a break because you have a radio constantly on so you always live and the weekend are ridiculous two 13hr shifts then straight back in Monday shocking
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Repetitive work with some room for autonomy

At my role the main focus was on productivity (answering calls, completing jobs, call quality, etc.). Some room for autonomy was allowed especially in out of hours roles (producing more efficient process, coming up with creative solutions, etc.)
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Not a great place to work

Worked out of the faversham depot in traffic management department they bully and unless your a favourite you won't be progressing mangers have no people skills and can be extremely rude and the pay is awfull for the work that you do

Cons

All cons stay clear
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Fun but long hours

Great guys to work with but long hours no day is the same as you get moved route so hard to figure out where you ment to be on that day. Your just a number to them aswell

Pros

Early finish

Cons

Long hours
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no team work.

Its the worst place i have ever worked nobody has a clue what they are doing. office staff supervisors management its all done by email nobody has face to face conversations or picks the phone up, no out on the road checks by a supervisor.

Pros

none

Cons

none
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Worst place

I imagine that Amey as whole may get mixed reviews but the office I worked in was most definitely the worst place i have ever worked, get thrown in at the deep end, made to feel like an outsider, hated going in every day due to other staff members who don't like new comers.Would not recommend it.
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Stay well away

Stay well away they don’t care about you , they only care about profits no balance as it’s get as much as they can for little wages as they can , hours are forced on you and screw your home life

Pros

None

Cons

Loads
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Shocking

Don’t waste your time working here no support shocking management and unfair pay for the jobs you have to do and things you have to deal with if you have a problem you are asked to sort it yourself because management only care about themselves and you get laughed at when you need things for your job absolute joke.

Pros

None

Cons

Bad management
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Easy, laid back.

Good place to gain experience for novice operators and gain new qualifications/tickets. Massively underpaid in comparison to other successful waste treatment/management businesses. which reflects on everyone's easy going lazy attitude towards helping the business grow, hence why there's no money and the pays so poor. Good sick pay scheme which is reassuring.

Pros

Easy going. Good sick pay.

Cons

Poor salary. Machines could do with upgrading.
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It’s who you know……

Understaffed and only chance of advancement is if you know the right people. Lazy people get away with doing nothing and the people that do work just get more and more without any thanks.

Pros

Not much

Cons

Under-appreciated.
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Very nepotistic

Absolutely the worst job I have ever had and poorly paid, management didnt know what they were doing, things changed with little notice and made to to on site during covid - terrible avoid at all costs

Pros

none
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Not bad

OK money could be abit better working environment is good get left alone as long as you get all of your work done plenty of overtime available I'd you want it

Pros

Ppe

Cons

Pay
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Used as stepping stone or a platform to learn only

bad management,roster could be out and changed every week.They group onto a gang, u are either accepted or left out.Management have bad memory, no system, doesn't give a proper training, so everyone has different technique. Have to use your own judgement which is the correct way.God bad shift, not flexible work.

Pros

can be used as a stepping stone

Cons

bad management, either accepted into grouo or left out, with lits yo do but not appreciated.
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Pro mud tube and fun workplace

Really nice people to work for, a lot of travelling around Surrey, good team players, long hours , management work for you and help with what ever they can

Pros

Fun workplace

Cons

Long hours sometimes
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Management out their depth

I was recruited as a FM manager however the existing managers are all set in their ways (This is the way it’s always been done) The way they operate is dangerous for the business and their clients as they have people making decisions for financial reasons only, with no regards to compliance or health and safety. Not only this those making the decisions don’t have the skill sets to make the right calls at the right times. Things need to change top to bottom as they are a company that are circa 15 years away from their nearest competitor.

Pros

Fleixible working

Cons

Management
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Overworked, Underpaid, Management Don’t listen

Working Supervisor doesn’t work just dictates, People are constantly needing to cover extra areas as staff constantly leaving or off sick due to work related stress or injuries due to having two or three extra areas to cover. Little time to spend in ur designated area however standards are expected to be at a 98% pass. Supervisor speaks to u like a two year old manager don’t listen
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Extremely stressful environment

Poor handover leading to a stressful job, as it was assumed you learnt everything. Poor management and working extra hours with no thanks, just to catch up.

Pros

None

Cons

Too much to mention
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Not very good company at all

This company is full of promises they just can’t deliverNo career progression lack of any guidance unless you ask repeatedly and be a pest Only staff they seem to pay attention to are the naughty onesEven though they want you to write reviews pointless as they will not pay any mind to it even if the contract is sinking

Pros

Can’t really think of anything

Cons

The list is endless
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Overall rating

Based on 243 reviews

Ratings by category

3.2 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.0 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
2.9 out of 5 stars for Job security/advancement
2.7 out of 5 stars for Management
3.0 out of 5 stars for Culture

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