Beagle Technology Group careers in Christchurch
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Former employee in Christchurch, Dorset
on 16 October 2022
Former employeeMy first 6mths I enjoyed my job, but then things started to change its very hard to work with someone who chooses to ignore you. In the job you sometimes need to ask questions or talk about the job. Communication is terrible, even when you have a witness that different things are happening it doesn't count, supervisor gets away with it.Told talk and work at same time or not talk at all, but supervision and another person in department can stand around talking as much as they want and keep looking at their personal phones. Experience in the job don't mean much in this section.
Anonymous in Christchurch, Dorset
on 17 August 2021
Avoid!Hands down the worst place I’ve ever worked. Incredibly unprofessional management, aggressive and threatening. Stuck in a 1980’s chauvinistic culture. Staff turnover is the highest I’ve ever experienced in all departments. They expect all salaried employees to work extra hours all the time. The building is atrocious, floods in the rain. The management team are well looked after but the lower levels are just there to serve them.
Production Engineer in Christchurch
on 11 August 2021
Nasty place to workHighest turn over of staff I have ever seen, the only place I have worked that I have had to wear gloves and a hat indoors, cameras watching your desks, do I need to add more.
CNC Operator in Christchurch, Dorset
on 29 March 2021
AwfulWorking at Beagle was a mistake straight from the start,It’s never got any money, full of false promises, always wonder if you will get paid.Really bad management Very stressful And the MD is a nightmare
Composite Laminator in Christchurch
on 12 December 2020
A short-lived experience.My tenure in this company was quite short and it definitely wasn't the best workplace I have been to. While the sheet metal department fared pretty well, the composites material section was run-down and understaffed. Stress levels were high, not all employees were competent or adequately trained and turnover was high, which made the matter worse.
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