MJ Quinn
Happiness score is 44 out of 100
2.8 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Construction, Repair & Maintenance Services
  • Headquarters
  • Link
    MJ Quinn website
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Salary estimated from 485 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 138 reviews and is evolving.



Telecoms Engineer in Somerset
on 8 November 2022
Good trainning provided espacially when you had no experience in telecoms before.
Trainning was really proffesional and is good for someone who wants to get in telecoms industry , without any background. The problem is that once you trained you will have to jump in deep water straight away as support is poor. Contract it self is rubish as job is not secured. If the job goes back because someone booking Appointment havent let the customer aware of your arrival. You will end up of sending the job back which means no money for you. Its not stable pay 2 weeks might be decent pay but then other 2 will drop you back. No pay holiday plus they put money on hold while you are on the actual holiday. They will relase it when you come back to work, which is a struggle . Planning is horrible . You might end up with 4 am jobs . Every job in different town and you will be expected to do them all till 1pm as its when the morning slots finishes. And its impossible . And you will be the one who will have to explain the customer why are you so late, all the time.
Copper fibre engineer in West Midlands
on 6 October 2022
Good to get your foot in the door of telecommunications
Unfortunately the managers only care about numbers. You’ll be promised quite a lot of things, don’t listen to any of it. If your face fits you will have no issues. If you want to get into telecoms, m j Quinn is good to get you started. After you gain some experience with Quinn’s, I’d move on to a different company.
HR Director in Knowsley, Merseyside
on 7 September 2022
Rapidly growing company with lots of progression for the right people
The company has gone through a period of rapid growth and experienced the growing pains along the way. However walking into the building each day I am always met with smiling faces and a great working environment. On the job learning is constant however suggestions for continuous improvement is always welcomed and encouraged. Most people are extremely busy and there is no standing still at MJ Quinn's, but there is lots of support from Mike Quinn down to the facilities team. Departments support each other and its always a one team approach.
Telecommunications Engineer in Bedfordshire
on 7 September 2022
Find somewhere else
Don’t care about you as an employee as long you meet their completion targets, no regards to mental health. Constant pressure from management with no support following. Charge you for every little defect or slight bit of damage. Money isn’t worth the job, was at the company for 3 years and every time a rise was mentioned it either ‘wasn’t in the budget’ or under review’. They want to get as much out of you and pay you as little as possible. As you become a sub contractor when working for Quinn’s if you do something they don’t like i.E call in sick, go for a doctors appointment you can probably guarantee you won’t have work for the rest of the week and you won’t get paid either. Toxic money sucking company that really don’t care. This isn’t coming from spite it’s true. The only good thing about working here is weekly pay and short hours because it’s contractor work, assuming you’re not over loaded with jobs.
Multi Skilled Engineer/temp coach in Nationwide
on 21 July 2022
Worked here for 5 years and you can earn some really good money if you show commitment, you can also get early finishes. Down side is you have to constantly work like a bull, stress with completions, keeping customers happy, too much work load, spread out routes and because you are working quick to meet Quinn’s completion goals you make mistakes easy and the auditors have a field day with you. If your leaving like myself you will not see your last two weeks wages. Was owed £1,475 and got £116 out of it from a scrape and two dints on the van. If you want a foot into telecoms I would recommend going elsewhere. Took me 2 years to start to earn some serious money but even now it’s not worth the stress.

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