Ganymede Solutions Ltd Employee Reviews
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sometimes long distance driving is involved,which can be stressful and tiring,can be rewarding at times,when your with the rite gang of lads you work with it make life alot eisier and sometimes fun with all the bannter
free overnitght hotel
Ganymede is fraud toying on people looking for job in rail sector. They receive thousands of pounds on each jobseeker from Government to train them and will sugarcoats you about getting jobs but it’s all lies you won’t get any job from them after training. It’s also difficult to get rail jobs from other companies as Ganymede is your “first sponsor” which means you must work with Ganymede first for experience in order to move to other company. At the end your sentinel card will be cancelled, that means nearly 3 months of training gone down the drain. AVOID AT ALL COST.
Colleagues are good
The colleagues I worked with were very friendly and straightforward therefore made working with them enjoyable. Also I loved the hands on part of the job I learned to use tools and equipment I never imagined of using it's such an incredible job
Fun and hands on
Long travel unpaid
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Whilst working for this company I took holiday and they did not remember I had booked. They push you to the limit with your hours They don't call you back They swap you around whenever it suits
Pay is ok
You are just a number
The work is great and plenty of it on occasions. But like many many more people who have worked for this company they will tell you, you might aswell work for free as the management e.g. Steve Gardner and Justin have no place in an office, I would never get payed, I had to use my own fuel money and never got it back after countless excuses, and work corruption is high on their agenda as long as their getting their wages and cash. Never work for the South Wales branch unless your a mug. How these guys still got a job says it all about this company. I don't advise unless you want to work for free.
Good work and and good boys on the work site
Steve Gardner and his countless excuses to many poor boys who work their socks off to not get payed.
you get the freedom to do the work that it should be competed in your own time and in a responsible manner. The hardest part of the job is the travelling distance to the workplace.
not the hardest of jobs.
out of the house for long hours