Thales
Happiness score is 64 out of 100
3.9 out of 5 stars.
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Thales Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • CEO
    Patrice CAINE
    79%
    approve of Patrice CAINE's performance
  • Founded
    2000
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than £7B (GBP)
  • Industry
    Aerospace & Defence
  • Link
    Thales website
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Software Development

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 2.4K reviews and is evolving.

3.8820183.8120194.0020203.6020214.002022

Reviews

IRT Technician in Emsworth, Hampshire
on 26 April 2022
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After spending 2+ years here, I have noticed a fairly relaxed working environment which on a rare occasion gets busy. The work is fairly easy, but can get monotonous after a while as you are working on the same kit day after day, variety isn’t exactly rife here. If you don’t fit into a specific ‘clique’, expect to face a fairly isolated day without praise when going out of your way to make managements lives easier. If you do fit in, expect great banter and time spent with the people on site. Those with disabilities beware; heavy sanctions put in place from the company’s occupational health department will degrade your morale and enthusiasm for the company, with no understanding, support or care from management.
Graphic & UX Designer in Reading
on 21 December 2021
Good workplace colleagues and managers. Progression is weak.
Enjoyable atmosphere and the pay is decent when compared to working hours.Took several months before require pc equipment was supplied to me cursing lack of work for me to do.
Signalling installer in North West
on 18 December 2021
Excellent company if you lack ambition
Great company to work for day to day as colleagues and mid management are excellent. Senior management are awful and lack communication downwards. UK business always seems London biased with little or no contract seeking outside the M25. Bid team terrible but never punished for not winning work while others are being made redundant. Would I recommend any to work for them , Yes learn what you can and move on unless your happy sticking in your for the whole of your career.
Category Buyer in Reading, Berkshire
on 24 November 2021
Ok but
I like working at Thales, but unfortunately there are too many instances of people not being paid for the work they are doing or being demoted by the management team which is demoralising and makes me less inclined to stay.
EMEA AR / Credit Control in Reading RG2
on 25 October 2021
Great company yo work with.
A well know international company with multicultural staff and a good reputation to work with. I have great experience working with my team and management.

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Shared on 30 June 2020

What was my best 'Sales' experience in my previous role. Plus conversely which was my worst experience. What drives you to do your job How will I influence the technical engineers within the highly technical aspects of the equipment and how would I approach clients without having the technical engineering knowledge.

Shared on 3 January 2019

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