Places for People
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If you are good at kissing the rear end of management you will do well there. It's not who you or what you know it's who you Blow. Knee pads required.


Free swimming and gym


If you actually have qualifications you are an outcast
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Employed as a Plumber

Supervisor complete an utter clown and a set of bullies management and HR all stick up for each other avoid getting a job at this firm worked fa 6 years on repairs on average doing 12 jobs no appreciation
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  • Trust in colleagues
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Great team

The team was amazing but the management has alot of work required. There was a lack of urgency on property applications which meant they say empty for a while, same for repairs which meant they could not be filled until fixed. communication requires work
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They do not respect their staff your just a number

The company use to be a great place to work however, this is not the case any more as staff loyalty no longer exist with this company you can work hard and go the extra mile but its is never recognised as the company is constantly restructuring which means your job is never safe or secure. The work culture is one of back stabbing each other and passing the blame along with bullying . I believe this work culture has been created Inadvertently due to the constant restructuring and staff look at this behaviour as self preservation in times of restructure, for example If your boss does not like your face then your gone, regardless of your loyalty to the company and hard work. Be warned this company restructures at least every two year.


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You never know how safe your job is.
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Great people to work with

Flexi time New skills learned through IT Training Management are easy going and fair Hardest part of the job are the financial year ends Lots of fun occasions, eg fancy dress days, sports days


Free Tea, Coffe, Juice


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Depressing place to work

Managers and supervisors use bully tacticts to control staff. Very high staff turnover for leeds site. Not a nice place to work At all. Work is in the worst areas of bradford/ leeds.


Money is good


Miserable atmosphere
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Very friendly peop;e to work with

A professional company working within the community of East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, providing much needed social housing and retirement complexes.
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Somewhere easy and flexible

I liked working for PFP, however there were some issues with management with childish behaviour and not acting how management should in situations regarding bullying and harassment.


Free Gym Membership


lack in management skills
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Poor management

very poor company to work for with no scope on progression, ultimately leads to demotivated employees. Lack of management training




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Based on 24 reviews

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3.5 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.4 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
3.0 out of 5 stars for Job security/advancement
2.8 out of 5 stars for Management
3.0 out of 5 stars for Culture

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