Briggs Equipment
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Assistant Financial Accountant in Cannock, Staffordshire
on 2 October 2018
Role as an Assistant Accountant
Weekly/monthly reconciliation of all transactions within the EMS to SAP for all unsold items Also reconciliation of all unsold units within both systems Daily clearance of EMS Suspense Account Miscellaneouse reconciliations e.g. units not delivered within the month Weekly/monthly production of sales analysis and aged inventory by division
Workshop Engineer in Lisburn, County Down
on 6 October 2020
Worst management team ever seen
As a former Engineer. I would not recommend anyone to work here. Management team do not act upon urgent requests especially on health & safety & operational requirements. Ideas our not listened to & with that many managers & staff not replaced it’s a terrible place to work in. This applies to Lisburn NI only. A shambles is all I could call it. Stay away from it at all costs.
Senior Service Controller in Cannock, Staffordshire
on 31 January 2020
Worst place I've ever worked
This place is definitely not somewhere I would recommend to work. You must be at your desk, logged on and ready to go at least ten minutes before your designated start time. You then have mountains of work which make you stressed beyond belief - one person looking after two areas because they didn't want to re-hire somebody to fill the vacant position. Upwards of 40 engineers' day's to plan, on top of preventative maintenance works that needed to be booked in (upwards of 500 per month). They have unrealistic ideals and it is no wonder that the turnover of staff is high. It took years (and I mean five) for me to progress from a lower role as they have a 'face fits' attitude, and if you want to go in to management then you better not want children. Higher management look down on you if you want a family - yes, children are frowned upon if you want to progress! I once applied for a management role and was told that I had to have been in my current position over one year however, a woman who started in her role two months prior to myself got the position as she was what they wanted. When confronted, my line manager had no idea what to say. That is when I decided it was time to leave. The office is your typical female-lead office with a lot of gossip around. Salary was pitiful, with a senior role (such as mine) only paying £22,000 per year. The best thing I ever did was leave and that is an honest opinion.
Order Processor in Cardiff, Cardiff
on 4 August 2017
Loved the role. moved on due to redundancy enjoyed the atmosphere, the people and the job role. money was great and hours also. if the role ever come back in cardiff id take it
Sales Representative in Birmingham, West Midlands
on 1 December 2016
Good Equipment
Good Company, Good People to work with, Company going through Changes Some Excellent Managers, Some Not so Good, Enjoyed selling Equipment, Didn't enjoy long drawn out method of entering sales onto salesforce
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