Sunseeker International Ltd
Happiness score is 42 out of 100
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About the company

  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Manufacturing
  • Headquarters
    Sunseeker House, West Quay Road, Poole, Dorset, BH151JD
  • Link
    Sunseeker International Ltd website
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Rating is calculated based on 83 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Electrician in Shipyards poole
on 18 July 2022
Hard work little pay
Found company not interested in employee only in managers if your face don’t fit you go nowhere team leaders are chosen for there closeness to the manager not what they know or there skills really on the blokes on the shop floor to carry them then they become managers with no training
Carpenter in Poole, Dorset
on 2 August 2022
A rewarding job
As with many businesses at the moment, Sunseeker is doing its best to cope with the rising cost of living, the supply chain disruption and the impact of Brexit, as we come out of a pandemic. As always, Sunseeker is pulling together to get through and that is what makes this Company great to work for. We all know there is a job to get done and we get it done. It may not be perfect and polished, but the people make this Company. I wouldn't want to work anywhere else.
Grp Finisher in Portland
on 17 May 2022
Terrible management
So much micromanaging and negative reinforcement. The factory is in poor condition and poorly set up. There is poor communication between teams and between management and workers. As far as moving up the ranks goes is being a team leader and that’s it’s no other opportunities and with that there is a problem with retention as you get no training or help with becoming a team leader and are expected to know everything from day one of being a team leader. Poor working environment, spraying thousands of pound worth of parts in poorly made tent instead of investing in a spray booth. Rubbing back primer in the tent to then paint it in the same tent with primer dust everywhere. There is so much rework that has to be done there due to the poor work environment and the fact they give very little training to new starters then except them to be able to build a boat. You work alongside some great people but because of the working environment and the poor management skills also bullying for management, it is a terrible place to work.
Laminator in Poole, Dorset
on 6 March 2022
Ok, lots of little tribes
Good place, recent pay raise . Lots of overtime if wanted . Friendly place to work. Ability to transfer to completely different job role when they are advertised .
Carpenter in Poole
on 22 February 2022
Poor management lack of work.
Awful management, they have 0 care for the work in which they give their employees and do not train apprentices or other contractors properly. I was given minimal work to complete throughout the day and received no help or training on the menial tasks in which i was occasionally given. Spent more time doing the irrelevant tasks given to me around the factory than actual carpentry work on the boats. If you can even call it carpentry when it was mainly fit out work. Management keeps no track of where their employees are throughout the day.

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Shared on 16 June 2019

Experience is not essential as training is given, access to the company is via M-ploy recruitment only. Rarely does a direct approach yield positive results. If you can show the employment company that you have the required skillset in the profession that you have chosen and you pass a very basic trade test then effectively you are employed!

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