Clarkson Evans
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23 questions about working at Clarkson Evans
This is not a nine to five job so you’ll need to be prepared for variable (sometimes long) working days. A flexible attitude is essential so if you’re looking for set hours and a short working week, our apprenticeships would not be suitable for you. Typically you’ll be expected to meet your team at your branch at 7.00am but there may be occasions when you’re requested to arrive earlier. The finish time depends on when your team has achieved the work required for the day so while it might be mid-afternoon on some days, a finish time around 5pm - 6pm is more likely and occasionally you may need to stay later. Your normal working days will be Monday to Friday but at busy times when your team leader asks you to come in at the weekend you must be prepared to do so.
Answered by Clarkson Evans
22 June 2018
Here are some of the main reasons staff say that they enjoy working at Clarkson Evans.Our staff are some of the highest earners in the construction industry, and our bonus schemes give you the potential to top-up your salary even further. We reward hard work and initiative, especially when people take ownership and work as a team. Long-standing employees receive Long Service Rewards in the form of £500, £1,000 or £2,000 Red Letter Day Vouchers, depending on their length of service.There's so many opportunities to develop your career, on and off 'the tools'. Once qualified, you could make the transition into our commercial, lecturing or assessing teams. Currently 80% of our management are former apprentices with the company.We value people for their individual talents and take an interest in how staff develop within the company.Although our culture is structured to allow our electricians and apprentices to get the job done there’s an active social side to the company too. Social highlights include an annual summer BBQ and a trip to Cheltenham races along with a Christmas party for staff and children.
Answered by Clarkson Evans
25 June 2018
The culture of Clarkson Evans is to reward staff who are highly-organised and efficient and take responsibility for their work. Staff bonuses are on offer to both office and site-based staff, which are really valued by employees. Many of the current managers started off as apprentices and so they know what it's like to work 'on the tools'. There are lots of social events, including a free trip to the races for qualified staff, a staff Christmas party and children's Christmas party.
Answered by Clarkson Evans
22 June 2018
We stage a series of free social events for staff and their families throughout the year. Childcare vouchers, offering discounts on childcare for parents, are also available. All apprentices are encouraged to apply for a NUS Extra card, offering discounts on meals out, shopping and more.
Answered by Clarkson Evans
9 January 2018
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Answered 3 May 2017
Relaxed and exciting
Answered 5 June 2019
Feedback is delivered either one to one or via email, always professional and always helpful useful feedback.
Answered 8 April 2019
Looking for something with more chance of promotion within a company and respect for the position and department.
Answered 19 February 2019
If I knew eletrics
Answered 25 June 2018
Just say you really want the job, you will do anything etc. They pick those that have no options and are vulnerable. Get some experience and then do 1. Easy
Answered 11 April 2017
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