Wessex Water
Happiness score is 62 out of 100
3.7 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • CEO
    Colin Skellett
    75%
    approve of Colin Skellett's performance
  • Founded
    1984
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining, Utilities
  • Link
    Wessex Water website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 71 reviews and is evolving.

4.0720183.3120194.0620202.2020212.502022

Reviews

Meter Reader in Taunton
on 9 April 2022
Good pay and benefits
Great flexible hours, fair pay and good bonuses, Job can be boring and repetitive, pressured to hit targets, working outside in all weathers, customer facing role
Assistant Scientist in Saltford
on 25 March 2022
Not worth it.
Felt like factory work. Very repetitive.Long hours on your feet. Low pay.No progression.Under staffed. High staff turnover. Senior scientist were very nice but often expected to stay late.
Electrical Technician in Bridgwater, Somerset
on 26 November 2021
Glad to move on
Very poor management. New staff aren't given the chance to earn the grades of old staff despite being expected to work harder. Senior techs paid top grades hide away pretending to be busy, even when there is urgent work to be done. Rather than challenging them, management choose to rely on new techs promising to get them a pay rise if they help out. They burn through new techs like they're disposable while the Senior techs watch videos in their phones all day long.
Sewage operator in Wiltshire
on 5 November 2021
Fast paced … poor management
Well if you are prepared to work 16hours a day for 7 days solid then Wessex waters the company for you, so customer focused they don’t care for the well-being of their field staff, the money in sewage operations is poor, you have to be a scientist, customer service representative, and be able to clear sewers, personally I would give it a miss.
Business System and Change Team Leader in Bath
on 5 October 2021
Supportive environment wit a lot of progression opportunities
Supportive environment wit a lot of progression opportunities. Great place to work everyone how is looking for challenge and who has not fear to be busy :)

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