Happiness score is 51 out of 100
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    £18m to £73m (GBP)
  • Industry
  • Link
    Everest website
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Installation & Maintenance

26 jobs


Salary estimated from 3.2K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 174 reviews and is evolving.



Quality Technician in Sittingbourne, Kent
on 30 March 2022
Overall a brilliant company
Good work-life balance. Lots of good people to work with. Poor senior management . Always on the edge of closure. In June 2020 entered Administration.
Operations Planning in Ayr, South Ayrshire
on 29 April 2022
Friendly, Relaxed & Professional Environment
I am currently working for the company and find the work very rewarding, you are encouraged to work both on you own initiative and as part of a team but most of all valued for the work you do. I have developed a great relationship with staff in the office and in surrounding installation centres, The Managers are very approachable & supportive especially with the role being fast paced and target driven at times, the role is very well organised with daily planners to ensure the work is manageable and achievable in the time scales given, although it is always busy there is a relaxed but professional atmosphere in the office, both the managers and other members of staff are always available to help or offer support when needed.
Planning Co-ordinator in Ayr, South Ayrshire
on 29 April 2022
Fast paced, challenging, but a great team
This is a fast paced role, but the day goes really fast, which is great. The work can be challenging, but if you enjoy problem solving then this is for you.There is a good team effort to support each other and everyone is very welcoming. The people make it an enjoyable place to work.
Sales Agent in Leeds
on 28 April 2022
Work for free
AA manager will take all your opportunity to earn. THEY WILL TELL YOU YOU MUST LEARN MORE. You will be sent to leads where no chance to sell. Company trade like in 70' Trainers do not know the market at all.
Planning Administrator in Scotland
on 9 April 2022
Worst job
Management a shambles Advertised as administrator job but is actually a call centreTreated like robots Zero staff morale No trainingStuck to a phone all day

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Insights from 118 Indeed users who have interviewed with Everest within the last 5 years.

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

Can you fit windows

Shared on 26 September 2020

Sales related. And commitment to work full time and take instructions.

Shared on 30 August 2019

They ask you the basic questions, have you heard of Everest Ltd, where have you heard of us, what do you know about our products et cetera. I did not have a formal interview. The introduction day was explaining the variety of products and having a little test on remembering what we had been told, ie names of seven materials Everest uses. It was fun, informational and informal, which was a relaxed atmosphere

Shared on 7 September 2018

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