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Management in Stanton, Suffolk
on 6 May 2021
Better companies within the same industry to work for
Money good but you do have to go above and beyond all the time. Take advantage of conscientious staff and don’t discipline poor workers. No standardised training or career progression more if your face fits you get promoted and given formal training. There are better companies in the same industry to work for
Weekend Staff in Stocksbridge
on 11 January 2021
Poor management and very poor communication
Not a bad place to work, it is a fast pace job it’s a good place to work if you want to crack on, you don’t have many breaks and the day goes really quickly. The down fall this job has is the management. I was only contracted 2 days a week (mainly weekends) I had one day off due to a family bereavement I notified the manager to say I wouldn’t be in which I never had a reply to. I then had the next 2 weekends booked off before I had even accepted the job which they were fine with as it was Christmas weekend and the following weekend was New Years Eve, a few days after I had a voice mail to say they were terminating my contract and that my work with PD Hook would go no further it came completely out of no where. The manager didn’t even ring or text me in the time I had booked off to ask if I was still able to work the following weekend. The area manger had rang and left a very abrupt voice mail to say that my contract had ended. Then was followed with a letter to say the reason for this decision was “ your failure to reach the required days” for having one day off. I had offered to work more days in the week but that offer was always turned down.Very very poorly managed place they don’t let you progress within the job and expect you to be a shadow and follow someone around all day. It was a good place to learn lots if you were keen and asked the right questions otherwise you would be left in the dark.
Office Based in Oxfordshire
on 5 May 2020
Very Fair Employers
The owners of the company are very fair. They expect a good job to be done but allow you to do it. Any issue you have and they are very approachable to help you resolve it.
Farm worker in Norwich
on 6 March 2020
Poor place to work
They dont give you a chance there training is very poor and for the people who dont pick things up fast there ok but the people who are slow theres no chance you staying manager was not supportive embarrass people you take time of sick with a certificate all they do is hassle you would not reccomend wot so ever
Farm Worker in Great Ashfield, Suffolk
on 7 February 2020
Poor management, poor chickens.
lack of upper management! I started at the place and was giving a 6 month probation period in which time I was meant to complete a training program managers and area manager didn’t organise so the had to extend my probation period for another 3 months for there mess up.. in 8 month at this place I learned nothing. don’t waste you’re time, much more satisfying jobs that don’t put animals at mat welfare risk

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