Hillarys Blinds
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Production Operator in Washington
on 26 June 2022
Friendly co workers
Company tries many different schemes to boost morale but fails to realise a decent pay would work wonders and stop staff from leaving for better local companies, though recently it doesn't seem to care about losing staff. Also targets at times can be unreachable as it is heavy work.
Production Associate in Washington
on 23 June 2022
Toxic culture
Not the best culture to be working in, some lovely people to work with some not so nice people to work with.Unrealistic KPI’s with little to no help from management
Production Operative in Washington
on 8 May 2021
I wouldnt recommend.
I worked in the metal venetian dep't at Hillarys. The hours were fine but they were long days!The job itself is boring once you know what you're doing and they expect a lot of work out of you for the money you get! Also if they find you hate a certain task they will take you for a conplete mug and put you on that task at any given time. It got to the point where I kicked off with them.There is a lot of favouritism and a lot of family and friends there which doesn't help on the favouritism part. There is no room for progression unless you're a friend, family or favourite. There is overtime almost all the time but there is no work life balance at all. Basically Blinds are life. In the end I never ever did overtime because I couldn't bare to be there any longer than I had to be there.On the whole leaving there is probably one of the best things I've ever done.
Production Operative in Washington
on 28 February 2021
Productive
Heavy work, good benefits for staff on permanent contract but nothing for temps, disheartening when temp contracts get extended but with no promise of permanent just maybes so no security or benefits
Hoist Operator in Washington, Tyne and Wear
on 30 September 2020
Not what was promised
When you start working here they will promise you anything, but sharply take it away.Cell leaders don't lead by example. No progression. Favoritism

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