Refresco Careers and Employment
- CEOHans Roelofs
- Company size5,001 to 10,000
- Revenue£1bn to £5bn
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Production & Manufacturing
Warehouse Operative in Nelson, Lancashire
on 20 February 2021
Good lads but poor managementManagement don’t have a clue as to what is going on. They don’t support you as you are an agency worker and will fob you off. They only support workers which are employed by Refresco. You can only go through an agency and they treat you like your nothing because they can just replace you whenever they want. You have targets and even if you are trying your hardest you will still get performance strikes and sacked. They say in the job description that they will offer you permanent role but that is never the case hardly anyone is given a contract by refresco. Management and supervisors will use any excuse to get rid of you if they have too many workers. You do more than your job role and never get appraised or appreciation by your supervisor.
Operator in Bridgwater, Somerset
on 18 June 2021
Disrespectful managementThis is the last company in the town where you would like to work... Poor management, salary's going down... What else i can say... Years ago was one of the best places to work, and now its the one of the worst...
Operator in Kegworth, Leicestershire
on 6 February 2021
Hilariously incompetent managementThe people here are okay, and it's a friendly atmosphere. Sadly that's as far as any positives stretch though. The senior management sit in their ivory towers and make decisions on things that they have no experience of. Occasionally they take a break from this to figure out how they can justify a pay cut for the workers, and a reduction in their perks too. Win win. During the rare occasion where there is a quarterly brief, if you ask a question, they shout at you and tell you that you can't ask that question.The lower tier of management are largely unqualified and seem to struggle with composing a comprehensible email, their only expertise seems to be fobbing people off.. This is probably why most of the projects result in catastrophic failure, although this could be a result of a reluctance to spend what they need to, and get lower costs at all costs, even if this is a cost to productivity..
Filler Operative in Shop floor
on 12 January 2021
Soul destroyingThe management are utterly useless and they are all bullies. They love making people feel scared and they don't care at all. The machines and lines only get thoroughly cleaned when they are due a visit, which they normally stop production for. Other wise you are asked to cut corners to make it look clean enough to start production again. It's outrageous.
Factory Operative in Bridgwater, Somerset
on 16 December 2020
Bad place to workThey are changing grades but not telling that to people as well as not mentioning that at their adverts! Be careful, because management are lying to you about the salary on your interwiev! Once you here, youll find out that your wages will be much lower! Managers are liars! This company dont care about their people!
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