Ground Control
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Ground Control Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Simon Morrish
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  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    HR Consulting
  • Link
    Ground Control website
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Installation & Maintenance

24 jobs


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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 48 reviews and is evolving.



Project Manager - Telford and Shrewsbury in Shrewsbury
on 31 May 2021
Poor pay, secure job
I worked for ground control for around 3-4 years as a sub contractor and directly employed on the tools and as a project manager.Overall they were OK to work for, pay could have been better though.
Tech Leadership Team in Billericay
on 14 May 2022
Deeply Silo'ed company with 'Ego-Centric' leaders
Ground Control was all about 'lip service'- the endeavour to embrace technology and make the division scale just wasn't backed up by the extremely poor leadership team.I have never been associated with such a 'non-empathetic' leadership group-who appointed a Managing Director that has virtually 0 people skills.The HR division is just an 'operational division' providing support to the hiring machine that's Ground Control. But there is NO endeavour to improve the existing 'working canvas'- devoid of the canvas being right-the paintings going to be rather muddled for new employees (like I once was)For a company like GC to scale and grow- the 'board (whoever that is)' must employ leaders that believe in growth and scaling their workforce based on practices of human innovation (rather than masking the culture with awards and poorly themed forums)It's not about winning awards- it's about winning hearts and minds of your employees- and currently, especially within Technology- that just isn't happening.
contracts manager in Evrerywhere
on 12 October 2021
Complete overload work/life balance horrendous
Friendly staff, but the work/life balance is non existent, you need to be willing to work day and night to get all your work done, this is not a job for a person who wants a life out of work, the pressure is immense, decent salary and a nice car is probably the only pros.
Contracts Manager in England
on 5 October 2021
Bye bye social life
Avoid like the plague, work life balance horrendous!!! Promise the earth, bonus, company car, progression but forget to mention the 60 hour weeks with NO overtime pay.
Facilities/Litterpicker Operative in Doncaster
on 24 April 2021
Great Company
Fantastic company to work for, lots of employee perks, productive management, very fast paced but enjoyable, hardest part of the job is working in winter

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