Business Development Manager in London, Greater London
interesting and competitive industry. It can get routine over time and change becomes must. The company is global so there is plenty of encouragement and opportunities to move roles and countries. Management can be unrealistic at times but are very approachable and friendly. However they do continue to strive for success. They should probably listen and action ideas and feedback more from clients and employees regarding strategy and focus areas. There are great internal training courses available to all.
Overall a decent company to work for, best in that particular industry.
Area Service Manager in Essex
Very frustrating place to work
As a company they talk a good job. The terms are good and you are trusted to run the area as you want. On the other hand, if you need support solving a problem (and there are many daily) you can forget it. As a business they are hugely disorganised and this is reflected in the incredibly poor customer feedback and ASM workload. As an ASM everything is routed through you, from chasing debt to creating part orders, organising 3rd party training for your team and invoicing work. This means you have no time at all to manage the actual work the customers get you in for. This creates more problems for you alone to deal with. Regional management apply lots of pressure to invoice work even if not complete to hit monthly sales targets, again annoying a fragile customer base for you to deal with. Having said all this, lots of people have been in the business for years so the experience may depend on area you work in. Many people have left in the last few years for a reason though.
Sales Development Manager in Uk
Fast paced full on but rewarding
Great company to work for. Always looking to improve and providing the tools to deliver. Leading organisation within its industry with first class products and services
Customer Service Assistant in Keighley, West Yorkshire
Reasonable company to work for
The job itself, I found to be quite easy, the only time there is any pressure is at month end when the management are chasing everyone to invoice as much as possible to achieve targets and in effect earn bonus. I would invariably get my head down and do what needed to be done on a daily basis but found that other team members could do a lot less due to their friendships with management.
senior technician in Barking, Greater London
Carried out daily ppm and repairs to customer equipment and was on a callout rota to cover breakdowns out of hrs. On a daily basis manage equipment on a set route for site access.