Green Retreats
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Installer in Aylesbury
on 9 March 2020
Great company to work for
Good company they look after you when needed always overtime good staff always opportunity to progress within the company and learn new skills always willing to help
Installer in Farnborough, Hampshire
on 4 November 2021
Exhausting and lack of benefits
The company is well established and is leading in its size but this is probably down to how they treat their employees. I was working at the Farnborough Depot. The depot manager has no loyalty to staff that are working non-stop and going above and beyond for the employer. Everyone is told they have the potential to progress but when a position becomes available you notice everyone is still treated as bottom grade staff. There is a lot of false hope of progression and false promises. I would not recommend working here to any of my friends.
Installer/Driver in Farnborough, Hampshire
on 22 October 2021
Not worth the time
This company will offer it all but deliver nothing. They don’t pay you correctly for your overtime and it is among the lowest wages in the industry for this type of work.Expect to work long hours and have a team leader or manager that just expects too much.Look around as the pay is so low and could easily find higher wages elsewhere. They also advertise a higher wage than they actually give.
Cleaner in Twickenham
on 3 September 2021
I was work part-time at Green Retreats and my experience has been very good working with them since their administrative staff has always been very friendly and my withdrawal from the company was for personal reasons but not because I had a problem with the company, on the contrary, it was always pleasant Work there.
Installer in All over the countey
on 17 October 2020
Working at Green retreats is long hours poor working conditions
Put up garden byildings in all weather's including snow it's a if your face fits sort of company but the work is garenteed and the money is regular not the best pay but loads of overtime they say 40 hrs a week but its more like 50 to 50 hrs a week and you can't just leave site at 12 to get back to the yard at 2 so you are expected to do the hrs, it suits some people.

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