Team Member in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
50% of staff are nice other half are polish. 🤷♀️ I met some really nice people there (some worst ones too). If you come there with permanent contract you'll be fine, but agency staff are treated poorly at RB. People work 2-3 years (some longer) to get a permanent contract. Being called "temps" are just normal there, make you feel like easy replaceable. Work is repetitive and on some packing lines permanent staff use agency staff to do jobs they don't want to do, which gives horrible back pains. Same pay for days, night shifts or weekends. High requirements for the quality, but at the same time pressure to do job faster which gives no other choice than to cut some edges and hope for the best.At the beginning of pandemic company provided free meals and drinks (which was really nice of them). All this point of view are from temp* worker 🧎
Manufacturing Engineer in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Like a trip to the dentist
The company has a way of making something that should be very easy very difficult .Training is just a tick box .Managers have very different agendas and some are not capable of telling the truth and will do anything in order to advance themselves futher up the ladder .
Temporary Contract in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Terrible, I was warned
Self entitled people from packers to team leader to managers. horrible atmosphere and culture. there is no support from anyone (managers and quality just sit in office) as all trying to climb up that greasy ladder. alot of moaning and name calling. i was warned before starting here but was also told it used to be an inspirational place to work, it is nothing like at all. some pre3ety awful people
GSA Associate in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Great place to work
I work in GSA and I really enjoy the job and the people. Managers are supportive and really help you progress. The team atmosphere is great and everyone helps each other out. Moving to RB was the best decision I made.
Commercial Assistant in Slough, Berkshire
Stuck in the 1970's
If working for a company that micro manages, then this is the place for you. I have never in my life experience this level of micro management. The company compass does not translate beyond Senior management. The job was undoubtedly miss sold.