Environmental Consultant in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire
Poor salary and benefits, limited career progression that has to fit in a box
Pros: Not necessary to wear corporate attire to work, if you don’t want to.
Cons: Hemel Hempstead wage has no London weighting, and is considered the same as living in the cheaper to rent, northern based office locations. Only 23 days annual leave excluding public holidays (competitors get at least 25). Enquiring about flexible working is pretty frowned upon, and you get questioned why you want it. Career progression has to be when they see fit, even if you’ve been working at the level above for years, as. Frustrating barrier to progression.
Ground Worker in Manchester, Greater Manchester
Worked there for two mouths was promised the would at the interview and when I got the job it all changed no overtime pay and managers don't have a clue as some teams take the pixx
N/A in Chesterfield, Derbyshire
I would look else where
I have seen a change since RSK have taken over CAN Ltd. We have to do monthly office audits to check we won't trip over a pencil sharpener and we have targets for reporting near miss positive interventions even if none are obvious because we have made everything safe!
Not seen any payrise and when you mention payrise to long serving staff they laugh. Large staff turnover.
SHE Manager in Hyde, Greater Manchester
Ideal company freindly and passionate
Great place top work and to develop your skills, Top management are very health and safety conscience which is great to see.
If you want to develop your career progression join this company. Great friendly people and lots of charity and out of work socialising
Project administrator in Washington, Sunderland
Do not work here
Highly recomend that you don not work here, no support from management, they call you nasty names behind your back, give you work loads that is out of your comfort zone with no training or any support. I could write alot more but there not enough space.