Element Materials Technology
Happiness score is 45 out of 100
3.2 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • CEO
    Jo Wetz
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    £366m to £730m (GBP)
  • Industry
  • Link
    Element Materials Technology website
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Engineer in Manchester
on 30 April 2022
A good starting point
Traditional role in construction / engineering, a great place where to start.(+) Working hours flexibility and competent office managers.(-) Corporate procedures not in line with actual operations at client-facing level.
Worker in Deeside, Flintshire
on 8 May 2022
Awful people and even worse company
Not a place to work for. Unless you are friendly with management or are related/sleeping with them you have no chance of getting any higher promotion. If you don't "fit in" you'll know about it and be made to feel like an outcast. Company cares more about money than the quality of the work, doesn't care as long as clients are getting a result even if it's rushed and most likely incorrect. Pay is a joke for what is expected from you, bare minimum pay is all I can say. Don't set your heart on good pay here. Made to feel bad if you don't do overtime/are not open to it. Be careful with sharing any information with staff, management or HR, word gets around quick here. Staff drop ike flies. Constantly looking for new staff to replace others rather than adding more staff. Massive amount of clients and ot enough staff to meet deadlines correctly.
Administrator in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
on 29 April 2022
Negative, Managers do not accept feedback and talk down to colleagues
Awful customer service, the worst I have seen working in a company, so many unhappy clients. Training is not good. Managers talk down to staff and think they are superior. Feedback is given by Management but colleagues responses are discounted. Staff generally seem unhappy, it is a negative place to work.
Laboratory Technician in Deeside
on 21 April 2022
Awful, take advantage fresh graduates who do not know their worth
The pay here is shocking, graduates with degrees and masters degrees being paid barely over minimum wage. Pay rises given in April were less than half the rate of inflation and none existent if you had worked there less than 6 months (would be fine but there is no increase in pay upon passing probation, so have to wait over a year for any pay increase). Senior management and HR showed nothing but apathy to this, essentially saying ‘it is how it is and if you don’t like it, leave’.General vibe of the workplace is depressing, everyone seems to plod along with no enthusiasm, they know that the company doesn’t care about them and know it will never change.The job itself is intensely boring, the same thing all day every day, no variety and very little opportunity to diversify what you do, it is the least engaging job I have ever had and since no context is given to the work you feel like a hamster on a wheel going absolutely nowhere.If you’re a graduate looking to step into your first ‘proper job’ hold off and find something worthwhile, your current job in hospitality will pay pretty much the same and will be more engaging than working here.
Manager in UK
on 14 April 2022
Great company to work for
I would recommend this company to anyone. I’m proud to be part of the great team. Healthy balance. Supportive environment. If you want progress this company will help you.

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