Stork Careers and Employment
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenue£500m to £1bn
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Scaffolder part 2 charge hand in Aberdeen
on 21 July 2020
Worked with stork on and off for the past 8+ years, 1 thing that let's stork down slightly is Job security although job security cant be guaranteed due to the nature of employment it seems that they only see employees as numbers and not valued the way they should be,
People management in Aberdeen
on 28 January 2021
Very Negative place to work
Very Negative, Blame Culture, clique some bullying tactics. Nothing is ever good enough. Untrustworthy management, no development. Do not promote within the company, no new training provided. Overall very Negative experience
Site Engineer in Southport, Merseyside
on 16 July 2020
Basically a bad place to work
This company was the worst company I’ve ever worked for, too many managers with different agendas and don’t have a clue what’s happening on the shop floor. Training is none existent for new starters, you’ll be cutting cables for your entire work life.
Project Manager in Humberside / UK wide
on 13 April 2020
Productive and enjoyable employer
A typical day at work would be to attend daily planning meetings, organise the staff and prepare target cost assessments for clients. I found the hardest part of the job was to make staff redundant at the end of contracts, but I kept in contact with them and had the pleasure of offering work on new contracts when awarded. I learnt management skills and the importance of being a team player Safety was always the No 1 priority, and always keep the clients requirements to the forefront of the business.
Off shore in Aberdeen, Aberdeen City
on 6 March 2020
If you have the right team then it is a great place to work
I feel if you have a good team then any where is a good place to work. I like the challenge and diversity and training opportunity. The culture can be a bit unfair especially dealing with difficult co workers which can effect the whole dynamic of the team. I feel as long as you are supported have good leadership opportunity and can trust and rely on your team mates it is a very good experience. They do have excellent teams and welfare is always going above and beyond to make it a great place to work and be cared for to take your mind off being offshore as it can be difficult when you first start getting used to being away from home and missing events such a Christmas special birthdays ect
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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two
Just if I have correct certificates
Shared on 19 February 2020