Parking Eye
Happiness score is 57 out of 100
3.4 out of 5 stars.
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    Construction, Repair & Maintenance Services
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Rating is calculated based on 31 reviews and is evolving.



Car Parking Attendant in Northampton
on 13 December 2022
Remote working on quite sites
Working alone on remote sites travelling between several different locations. Very little input from managers so left to your own devises which is fine. Monitoring sites, liaising with local customers and fixing equipment are the only problem solving requirements. Good job if a little uninteresting after a while.
Appeals Officer in Chorley, Lancashire
on 8 November 2022
Amazing place to work as long as you happy never to progress
It is honestly a great place to work. Management is kind and friendly, and the overall atmosphere is great. However, it is challenging to progress and almost impossible to get into specific departments unless you suck up to the right people and play their mean girl games.
Dev in Chorley
on 13 June 2022
Workaholic culture, too many processes and red tape make things very difficult to get done. Unmanageable workload. Lots of jargon and ridiculous expectations. You're held accountable at every single minute, little trust
IT Engineer in Chorley, Lancashire
on 16 May 2022
Poor leadership lacking direction
Clueless leadership since being sold by capita. Major lack of investment in departments causing many key staff to leave. Directors just circling waiting for the pay off when the current owners sell. Zero care given to staff, treated like door mats.
Appeals Officer in Buckshaw Village, Lancashire
on 3 March 2022
Underpaid for the expectations and hard work
Very fast paced and stressful to meet the targets and if you don’t they don’t take excuses or explainations .Had good benefits such as perks at work,rewards scheme and home working.All very nice staff apart from mangers definitely have their favourites and if your not part of the lucky group you don’t get their time of day.Due to home working and the pandemic I never met any of the team apart from the very nice trainer I had. No room for progression really as like I said earlier they have their favourites and one of the managers only got the role due to nepotism. Wouldn’t recommend as I got fired and I feel like I’ve been unfairly treated and didn’t really get a chance to prove or show improvement even though I was always in the top 5 in terms of daily stats.

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