Research Associate in Woodstock
Interesting place to work, lots of potential The company has gone through a few different changes in recent years, including restructuring and redundancy. However, usually a place of long tenure. Pay could be commensurate with COL - albeit it meeting the ‘Living wage”. Staff are friendly. Lacking development & mentoring opportunities to retain and nurture talent in certain areas of the organisation.
Production Operative in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire
Could do betterCompany looks good on paper but in reality it's not all that. When I started staff morale was at an all time low with a high turnover of staff, issues with senior management, cliquey workforce in certain departments and insufficient wages. Training was hit and miss (read and sign this) and whilst I thought I was going to be taught how to run a machine I was mearly a custodian when it ran. Reason I left tho was economics. High fuel costs and distance travelled wasn't worth the hourly wage. Company has an awful lot of potential but needs a whole new mindset to work and address why so many staff leave.
Machine Operator in Woodstock, Oxfordshire
Used to be great place to workI started at this company many years ago so my opinion is from my experience to the years back. It used to be a really great place to work with good salary, overtimes since last year, after many changes like shifts pattern, salary or positions this place is NOT anymore like used to be.
Assembly Operator in Chipping Norton
Bad management and trainingWaited 2 years to get a contract, different trainers telling you different things, managers too scared to reprimand employees, you're ok if your face fits!!! Pay not great either.
Injection tooling technician in Chipping Norton
Not z nice place full stop the words I would like to use but you would not be able to publish them. I shore that tells you all you need to know the place is just not a good place to work.