Aster Group
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Industry
    Real Estate
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 27 reviews and is evolving.



Drainage operative in Hampshire
on 3 February 2022
Good lads on the ground, shame about management
All in all you get left alone to do your job as long as it’s completed by the end of the month. Everyone there now though has the feeling that it is all going to go out to contractors as all offices are now closed and being sold off. So if full time don’t expect to be there for long.
HR Advisor in Andover
on 11 May 2022
Don’t be fooled by the fluffiness
Aster like to tell you all about their values and behaviours, but they don’t stand by them. If your face doesn’t fit, you’ll be out the door. If you’re a brown nose, you’ll fit right in at Aster, but if you’re hard working and good at your job, this will upset the people who have been there for ages and earn a lot of money doing very little. Aster pander to those who shout the loudest but aren’t necessarily good at what they do. I’d think very hard before joining a toxic culture like Aster.
Customer Service Advisor for a social housing association in Devizes
on 22 February 2022
Nice offices, very professional management. Lovely break rooms and facilities.
I worked here for 9 months. The job takes a few months to get to grips with but is easier the longer you are there. It is the same as any contact centre, relentless calls but that is what I would expect in a contact centre. Plenty of opportunities to move to a new role within the company.
Plumber (Response) in Weymouth
on 7 November 2021
Not to shabby
The actual operatives dealing with customers are great, all out for the same goal, to help people... Direct management are very organized and there if you need them.. management above that is very hit and miss, no one owns any issues... Pay is all over the shop.. but work is constant so all good
Not applicable in Dorset
on 21 August 2021
Poor management skills in some areas
There is poor management skills within some areas of the business. If you're unlucky enough to have a problem and raise it, they either try to dismiss the problem or twist it round to you. Some areas such as trades, gas team, electric team are a great bunch to work with. Other areas have alot of office politics and if you don't follow suit and have your own views or opinion you won't last long and you won't be helped if you need it. They also proclaim to have a great understanding and compassion of hidden disabilities and mental health, this is not the case I had seen alot of bullying from people who are in roles which should support more so as they are of a senior level. Poorly ran company nowadays.

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