Field service technician - England, then Scotland in Norwich, Norfolk
A good group of people to work with
If I had the opprtunity - I would go back to SG. I only had to leave due to personal circumstances, but the nature of the business area has gone into a downturn due to government legislation.
If you do get the opportunity to join them, I would
Mobile Service Technician in Leicester, Leicestershire
A good group of engineers
The overall job was possible the best I've had very good training with refresher as well good training management team. The saddest day was when the Birmingham depot went sad day lost some good friends and colleagues. Left to get on with your own schedule calls where sent to you so no fixed routine local areas covered so no serious traveling unless helping out. Workplace culture everyone helped everyone if you needed parts its only a phone call away. There was no hard parts of the job if you knew the role it was steady the hardest part would be the end products customers not staff from shops but their customers some where not forgiving and sometimes you could take it personally. Management where under a lot of preasure as I realise now. SG wasn't just another one of those companies in the industry it was the leader that's because of its structure. If I could I would go back in a heart beat.
dogs body in Chadderton, Greater Manchester
Unproductive and not very fun
not very good. no opportunity to progress unless you are a snake.
Don't bother unless you like being made a mug of, no chance of progression. work somewhere else.
Field Service Engineer in Nationwide
Great people and employee assistance
Great people and employee assistance and support was very proactive and positive. Dyas work was varied and met many different individuals. Understanding new equipment and apps was the thing taht took a little time to develop. Although company colleagues and support really good.
Field Service Engineer in Field Based
Rewarding work but poor pay and more than likely to get rid of people now as company seems to be loosing contracts and making staff redundant and not replacing them meaning more work for others