Domino Printing
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  • CEO
    Robert Pulford
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
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Product Validation Engineer

Bar Hill

30+ days ago

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NPI Process Chemist


30+ days ago

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Software Engineer C++

Bar Hill

30+ days ago

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Software Test Engineer

Bar Hill

30+ days ago

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Warehouse Worker in Bar Hill, Cambridgeshire
on 3 February 2021
Good place to work
Domino is a good place to work, I worked there for over 12 years, management is something that needs to be worked on, only care about amount of work going out, not the people who actually worked for them.The money isn’t great but they do have some good benefits, social events etc. Lots of Eastern European workers speaking in own language, which was annoying when you were working with them.Lots of learning opportunities.
senior customer services advisor in Cambridge
on 9 October 2020
The company is a good employer depending on the department
The company as a whole is a very good employer but a particular department is managed extremely poorly.. firstly the role is an Account Managers role but call it a support role so the wage are reduced. There is bullying, unfair treatment and poor customer treatment but if you stood up to that you were penalised. In 6 months 50% of the staff left the department iof GCS and when mentioned n the exit interview I was told they knew there was a problem but didnt know how to deal with it.
Technical Product Software Engineer in Cambridge
on 17 August 2019
Good Place
Hired for helping building a new printer together with teams from Italy and Switzerland. Unfortunately the project was cancelled for financial reasons. Domino is part of Brothers group bit it keeps it dimension in Cambridge. THe management have been mostly in Domino since its foundation and care about the newcomers too.
Electro Mechanical Assembler in Bar Hill, Cambridgeshire
on 21 July 2018
Don't do it! go and work for linx in St Ives
Bad management poor pay really bad atmosphere don't care about staff work annualised hours which benifets the company no paid overtime unless you work weekends and what ever you do don't apply as you will be mind numb within the first day and you are treated like a robot and stay in one spot all day. Management and HR don't understand mental health and if you don't suffer with one you will by the time managemant and HR get their hands on you!
Technician in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
on 1 May 2018
good job security
typical day chaos. Annual hours used. no control over hours work all ways calling in. Don't get paid for extra hours unless its weekend work. Management don't know how to manage. Promotion only happens if you know the manager involved. Pay used to be good, higher than most companies. Now falling behind other similar companies. And don't seem to care. Most people are good here and care about the company. Good social club and canteen is good
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