Satisfaction with Work

7.7 / 10

(based on 13 ratings in 2016)


"The tasks are highly varied, so I don't get bored with my job and I have learned many things. However, some of the tasks I'm given can seem too simple."
Graduate, Northampton
"I've worked on project management in a variety of departments within my site."
Supply Chain, Graduate, Stoke on Trent
"Overall I am very satisfied with the work that I do. I regularly work on different project implementations, reviewing processes, working with data, supporting project management and giving operational support. Work is varied and interesting."
Supply Chain, Graduate, Staffordshire
"I'm currently working in support of a major global manufacturing supply chain contract. My job is to improve the current state of the contract by reconciling large data and developing internal reports. I'm very satisfied and thoroughly challenged."
Graduate, Derby
"I plan vehicle routes, arrange loads, liaise with customers and create invoice backups."
Graduate, Daventry
"My team always pushes me by assigning me many tasks that stretch me and push me outside of my comfort zone. I feel put to good use and of value."
Graduate, London
"My role can vary day to day. Being on the graduate scheme you are expected to see all the different sides of the business and this can result in management wanting you in many different areas. Some projects you work on are vital to the success of a contract and others can be mundane."
Retail, Graduate, Bedford
"When the work is there, it's interesting, challenging and engaging. However, it goes through peaks and troughs. I don't feel the company always utilises my skills in the best ways and I feel like I could progress better if I was given more appropriate tasks."
Graduate, Coventry


"My job is to prepare reports for my line manager, reporting how the field sales team are getting on, what they have been doing and how successful they have been."
Graduate, London
"My role involves supplier relationship management, stakeholder engagement, operational work, and category management."
Graduate, Leeds
"I work within a project environment which involves matrix-managing people and using influencing skills to get desired outcomes. There are elements of customer and supplier management and a lot of technical IT skills I have picked up on the job. I am responsible for planning workload for team members, tracking progress, communicating with stakeholders and dealing with and resolving issues as they arise."
Graduate, Rugby
"I am responsible for a team of 14 operatives and managing all warehouse operations within the national distribution centre."
Experienced, Midlands
"Throughout my time here I have been given a range of responsibilities and worked on a number of projects that have provided tangible results. My varied role has allowed me to work with different colleagues, both operatives and managers, to build on my skills and provide a good foundation for my career."
Graduate, Daventry
"I am the finance manager of the eCommerce operation on the TJX Europe (TK Maxx) Contract. My role involves Quicks reporting, monthly reporting, European reporting and project/audit work."
Graduate, Birmingham
"My role involves month-end trading for one of the biggest DHL contracts, responsible for 85million EURs revenue per annum. I have complete daily finance responsibility and am the point of finance contact for six contracts."
Graduate, Birmingham
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