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Project Manager in London Bridge Station, Greater London
on 18 May 2018
It's a challenge every day
-I am managing many teams to deliver customer request within the expected timeline with minimal cost -I have learned to Manage budget, manage customers needs, coordinate activities, time management, do reporting and self learn -My management team really supportive and encourage me to do well -The culture is need to learn quick with minimum guidance. -Work with many technical experts to deliver a solution fits customer expectation -Team meetings are fun and gives opportunities learn how others overcome challenges. Flexible work location
IT Infrastructure Engineer in Oxford, Oxfordshire
on 8 August 2020
No Values and a dreadful company to work for - please investigate this company carefully before you join - not to be trusted
Please avoid working for this employer at all costs, they promise you career growth and development and never delivered. I felt lied too from the start and in fear of always the prospect of loosing my job despite me and the team I worked for putting lots of hard work in and effort. I never got any support. The company take on too many projects and don't have the structures in place to be effective. I my opinion they sell a solution, put engineers in and then leave them to it with the customers ending up getting a bad service. During my time at this company which was just shy of under a year, I didnt see any career progression. I was promised I could grow with the company during the recruitment stages. I saw countless instances of bullying from the owner. Middle management that run projects with little or no planning was evident and chaotic. There is no planning, no structure to delivering and supporting client projects , no recognition, no support from middle or senior management and I feel let down. I personally gave so much with no return. I saw management treat its engineers very poorly with no support, you were thrown onto a project and then given no support with the customer suffering. This company is meant to be a solutions provider and all I saw was a very poor service delivered. I felt embarrassment for the way we treated the customers who we were meant to be supporting. During my time I was always worried I was going to be sacked at a moments notice and witnessed many times people being spoke to rudely and threatened. The CEO is driven by greed and results with no regard for its customer base. I implore you please consider not working for this company, they offer you a reasonable salary however you are selling your soul and in constant fear,. I got out in the end and work for a great employer with good benefits, a ok pension and a company that sees me as a person and not just a statistic. I am putting this review because I am passionate about offering good products and services and human beings need to be treated as such. Typical based London firm with no idea of what they are doing.
Field Support Engineer in Eastbourne
on 12 November 2019
NSC offer enterprise and service provider clients our fully managed SD-WAN service powered by Silver Peak® business-driven Unity EdgeConnect™ in more than 180 countries globally.
Project Manager (Contract) in London, Greater London
on 29 November 2018
Productive and left to work on your own initiative
Early starts, always learning, retained core management, long hours and large workload. Ocassional multinational travel. No job is the same and lots of people to meet and learn from.
Export Compliance Lead in Feltham North
on 28 November 2017
Career dead end
Staff are friendly, there are some exceptions, as everywhere ... Not much for a career growth and you won't get any support. Very hard to have something done in a timely manner. Coming from a very top level of influence people are taught to adapt the law to their business and not the other way around. That creates problems. No trained staff on critical departments and the lack of knowledge reflects in dealing and agreeing disadvantageous contracts putting the company to financial and legal compliance risks. I don't think will last very long on the market from a compliance point of view.
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