Scania
Happiness score is 47 out of 100
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About the company

  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than £7B (GBP)
  • Industry
    Transportation Equipment Manufacturing
  • Link
    Scania website
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Installation & Maintenance

63 jobs

Salaries

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 974 reviews and is evolving.

3.6020183.6720193.7820202.6020212.332022

Reviews

Service Desk Analyst in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
on 20 January 2022
The best company I’ve worked for so far in my life.
A perfect structured company and a brilliant new building at MK. Honestly, I can’t say anything negative at my time at Scania. Working here made me feel so comfortable.
HGV Technician in Stoke-on-Trent
on 3 May 2022
Productive well paid
Money was good but want there pound of flesh for it the workshop is dated only one pit in a six bay workshop wasnt a lot of investment going into workshop to keep it in a modern state you was pretty much forced to work on bank holidays no organisation as the breakdown rotas and breakdown protocol was very dated was concerned the work had outgrown the workshop so you find yourself working outside at times about the only good thing about the place was the money and the overalls
Technician in Gatwick
on 8 March 2022
Not a flair company to work for
The mangers are bullies and you’re just a number working there al they about is how until it’s back on the road not caring about your health having brake ect I was at the Gatwick depot and it’s the worst place I’ve ever worked
Technician in Bristol
on 11 December 2021
Decent company but ruined by management
Big boys club, alot of gossiping and back stabbing especially from management. If you have an opinion or disagree with instruction you are blacklisted. Massive emphasis on time management and efficiency but very hard to achieve as workshop is so badly run. A lot of promises made at interview that don't happen. Only interested in getting jobs out asap. and getting paid instead of fixing it properly first time, told to let safety defects go and let vehicles back on road. Over book work on a weekly basis, especially at weekends and expect people to stay late to finish. Very high staff turnover
Parts supervisor in Grays
on 1 December 2021
Working in a blame culture in fear of your position
Dreadful culture of treating staff with little or no respect.Manager thrived on fear culture with no encouragement shown to exceed and too quick to throw staff under the bus if you were not a favourite

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Process takes about a day or two

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