Machine Operator in Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Was a good company to work for. But now machines are falling to bits . We are now put down to a cost and not valued . Having to do now very mundane jobs . Not enough work in my specific area .
Machine Operator in Eastyork,5 bermondsey
Too much favoritism
Not a good atmosphere, too many non English speaking supervisors,poor managers, no advancement ,supervisors with poor communication skills,English language not very good with Supervisor
Sanitiser in Chirk, Wrexham
Workplace bullying is rife
Terrible place to work, the factory is constantly at least 30 degrees and as a sanitizer you are expected to walk around it all without stopping for a water break. Not allowed to speak to other people in the factory whilst on shift, they expect the world of you for minimum wage. Line manager is a bully and tries to intimidate me daily, giving out a “final warning” without any prior written or verbal warnings,
Racist and anti-British sentiment at a well loved British establishment
On the surface it's a nice company to work for; once you get started and open your eyes you will see it's full of racist bigots. I don't just mean against black or Asian, I mean European managers treating fellow European staff, and especially those from the same country much better than staff who are British.
One example is a senior Greek manager, who openly discussed and provided peeks and incentives to fellow Greek staff, whilst speaking Greek in front of a room full of staff from UK and other nationalities. This included handing over their company credit card for use by their fellow Greek staff, whilst not allowing other staff present to reap the similar benefit.
R&D not a pleasent place to work
bad management, and unsafe practices, unfairly treated and no respect for team member from certain management, having been here a few years i have seen it go from bad to worse... seriously think before applying especially for R&D roles