Chubb Fire & Security
Happiness score is 42 out of 100
3.3 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Founded
    1818
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Energy & Utilities
  • Headquarters
    Mississauga, Ontario
  • Link
    Chubb Fire & Security website
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Administration Supervisor in Avonmouth, Bristol
on 23 February 2022
American owned business, going through lots of changes. Limited resources and too many management levels and departments. Quite a confusing role
Worked here nearly 14 years, initially was great and really enjoyed the role. However two companies merged in 2008 and things got more difficult. Chubb constantly purchase other companies and divide into different sectors. Admin required to understand and work within and for all sectors. Quite confusing and stressful. Salaries seemed ok until we had the need to replace staff, HR suggested much higher pay for new starters than existing experienced colleagues. Yet they insist they are highly ethical. Not a terrible job by any means but lots to learn and understand. They constantly reduce staff numbers but expect the same level of workload, speed and accuracy and flexibility.
Fire Alarm Service Engineer in Newmarket
on 28 June 2022
Nope
As an apprentice for Chubb, I was given the role of a fully qualified and paid service engineer. However, I did not have the pay to match. This is dangerous for the company to allow inexperienced and unqualified employees to sign off and complete work on systems. As a fire alarm engineer, works are completed on life safety systems, and it is not fair on the employee or customers to have the work completed by an apprentice especially in the event something goes wrong. The company would be liable and have no keg to stand on.
Field Sales Executive in Cardiff
on 27 April 2022
Could be wonderful place to work
Worked hard in all aspects but management gave no encouragement only out to please their superiors , management should be better vetted.i think I have said enough.
cctv Agent in Nottingham
on 23 February 2022
the only culture there is bullying and fear from managers
When you first worked there the work loads is fine but then over time it starts to build up no help from team leaders and managers a culture of backstabbing where managers Encourage this this as got to be the worst job I’ve done in my working career I was not depressed when I started there but I am now because of the job and culture
OUT OF HOURS CUSTOMER SERVICE ADVISOR in Leicester, Leicestershire
on 12 January 2022
It was fun at the start until taken over by an American company
I loved my time there but got difficult towards the end and then moved the company miles away from home.I loved working with the engineers and the rapport you built up with them and also learning about security equipment and how it works.

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