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4 days ago

Quality Technical Manager

NES UK London, England

High Performing Teams (Build Sustainability Through People) Lead the Technical Function to ensure they are engaged and high performing with a focus… Glassdoor


4 days ago

Electrical Site Services

NES UK London, England

o Generating purchase request orders for Engineering Department. o Ensure all statutory requirements are adhered to on time… Glassdoor


4 days ago

Engineering Manager

NES UK Southall, England

breakdowns (1 hour+). Working hand in hand with other departments at this site and others within our clients group to produce quality, cost effective… Glassdoor


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    Great people to work with, not so great at allowing room to grow with the company.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Orem, UT
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Orem, UT

    I worked at NES full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Great people to be around. Managers are dedicated and strive to do what's best for their clients. Very easy to work with and willing to help you out with whatever you may need. They're compassionate and enjoy what they do.

    Cons

    Due to budgets and watching costs, raises are not in the picture at all. Room to grow into other positions is very limited. If they like the job you're doing, they tend to keep you there instead of moving you up the ladder into something more challenging or something you would prefer because you're burned out on the job you're currently doing. They'd rather lose you than keep you. That's sad because you've put in a lot of training with them and they're losing all of your knowledge and know how when you walk out the door.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Talk to your people every 6 months and really get to know what their dreams and ambitons are. Don't be afraid to move them up to another position, especially if they are burned out in their current position. Give people a chance to grow and develop with your company and acknowledge their hard work and efforts with raises! Money does talk and it goes a long way!!

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