Gist

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8.0 / 10 Overall Satisfaction
(based on 4 ratings in 2017)
"People-focused, vast and with wide-ranging opportunities."
Culture
7.5 / 10
 
Offices & Dress
5.8 / 10
 
Hours
7.3 / 10
 
Salary
7.5 / 10
 
 
Diversity
6.8 / 10
 
 
Training
8.3 / 10
 

Pros

  • There are many opportunities for progression and personal development.
  • Graduates are given a high level of responsibility early on.
  • A lot of training is offered through several channels.

Cons

  • While the salary is seen as good, some feel it could be improved.
  • Hours can be long, depending on your role.
  • There are some who would like earlier notice regarding site moves.

What insiders say about...

"The interview process was pretty straightforward. There's a telephone interview,..."

"It's a 24-hour operation with shift work. There's little socialising among colleagues..."

"It's not a glamorous location to work in because of the nature of the business being..."

"This comes down to your manager and location. My hours have been the standard 9.00..."

"This could be improved."

"You can get two weeks in a hotel while finding somewhere to live if you relocate..."

"They all focused around the company's critical performance requirements."

"There are a number of initiatives in place to reduce emissions from vehicles and..."

"This is possibly one of the best traits of the company as many managers have an open-door..."

"The recruitment process appears to be great and the company has a very high retention..."

"Drive, dedication and passion will lead to progression within the organisation. It..."

"I've been given interesting things to do from the start and, within my first four..."

"There are challenges and you're given responsibility from the word go."

"The benefits are pretty minimal. The pension scheme is capped at 1% whether you've..."

"The CEO has been the CEO for about 20 years."

"Exciting, challenging and full of opportunities."

"Their profile on TARGETjobs."

"Training can seem unbalanced as most of it is targeted at specific graduates or industrial..."

"More advanced notice of site moves."

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