Impact Energy
Happiness score is 36 out of 100
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    Construction, Repair & Maintenance Services
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 13 reviews and is evolving.



Administrator in Bootle
on 9 June 2022

Management is horrendous they do not have a good sence of time and so it leaves their employees battling with what is the right or wrong thing to do. It is very bad.

Office Administrator in Bootle
on 14 September 2022
Relax friendly work environment

Can not fault impact at all, management are very helpful and the whole team is friendly. The team all work together which makes the job a lot easier.

Office Administrator in Liverpool, Merseyside
on 8 September 2022
Good place to work

Good relaxed office work , great team work to achieve monthly goals. Good commission on achieving targets and goals. Train station near 5 min walk. 👍👍👍

Submissions Administrator in Bootle, Merseyside
on 8 September 2022
I would strongly advise you to not work for Impact Energy Ltd

Apart from the - Invasive cameras in every corner of the office which management alarmingly had linked to a big brother flat screen tv in their office - Most new starters lasting 3 days at most before leaving - Signing leaving cards every week due to the toxic workplace environment created by management - Non existent job security (the people who did stay were sacked with no warning or notice) - The morally questionable nature of the work you are told to do - There being 2 toilets for 40+ staff - Being forced into a primary school type seating plan - Only being given a contract after 3 months of asking - Zero support from management This is a great place to work

Submissions Administrator in Bootle, Merseyside
on 23 August 2022
Toxic working environment, avoid at all cost.

Impact Energy is the worst place I have ever had the misfortune of working for. Management is incompetent, asking far too much of employees and not listening to employee concerns. Staff turnover at this company is the worst I've seen, with employees coming and going within even days or weeks due to the terrible conditions. Job security is non-existent with management hiring and then firing at will with no regard for their employees circumstances and with no notice period. You are expected to do work well beyond what is advertised to you with zero chance of increased pay, training or advancement. Cameras are also at every angle of the building, which are watched constantly from the managers office on a large flat screen television, at one point even commenting on private messages they have seen on your phone screen. Impact Energy are cold, uncaring and at certain points even misogynistic in the way they operate as a business. If you value your mental health, do not work for this company.

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