Utility Warehouse
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Utility Warehouse Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Andrew Lindsay
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £500m to £1bn
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining, Utilities
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Sales Executive
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Administrator in Colindale
on 9 April 2021
At first look Utility Warehouse is an inclusive and fun environment. But beneath the surface it’s full of gossips and discrimination. Be cautious. I wouldn’t recommend if you are serious about your career.
Evening Correspondence in Colindale, Greater London
on 15 April 2021
If I knew what I know now!
Personally a shamble. Management talk behind your back with no what is going on and suddenly you receive a displinary for nothing. They are too many friends at management levels that the structure is poor. Was there a month and following an incident left and was more than happy to. What a shambles of a company. Training is 4 weeks before you actually start. Was only supposed to be correspondence via email and then calling customers came into it and target's to call a certain amount of customers before shift ended which was never in the job description when advertised. Customers are always angry with the service!
Smart meter Installer in East Midlands
on 11 April 2021
Vicious Management Practices
I think UW as a supplier is fantastic, very relaxed. But when they became a meter installation company there was a lot of errors in them appointing Managers. Dreadfull were there choices. These Managers took it upon them selfs to start witch hunts, harass Engineers, coming dow hard on Engineers for minor mis-haps. Making them to travel in there time to rectify.Then were continuous phone calls after work time,bombardment of emails Upper Management were very unhappy learning what was going on & put a stop to these practices. They still continued & droves of Engineers have left this company
Energy Customer Advisor in Colindale, Greater London
on 2 April 2021
Energy customer advisor
Beautiful head office and the best learning and development team! This was a great place to work as the people you start with are usually the people you get grouped with moving forward into your teams, they have a great canteen with a lot of food choices, the salad bar was amazing and the best part was they always had a coffee bean of the month, I would always be excited to get a coffee in the mornings! As the Company pay a very low salary, they try to compensate by giving treats quite often for example buying food like samosa and going round and offering everyone one. Or some days they would give you a choice of ice creams. On pay day they always provided alcohol beverages.
Member Resolutions (Complaints) Team Manager in London, Greater London
on 20 February 2021
Productive and continuously improving workplace
Excellent environment with brilliant people. NHQ in London but has a wider reach across the U.K. and is in different sectors from Energy to Telecoms and Financial (Multi-Utility Company). This provides many different opportunities within the business and for the customers.
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No questions, you are shown a video to see how the money works.

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