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2 days ago

Field Sales Consultant - Wood Trades - Aldershot, Camberley – new

Würth UK Aldershot, England

We love sales and striving constantly to inspire our customers. We have gained a reputation as a market leader in our field created through excellent… Reed.co.uk


13 days ago

Vehicle Diagnostic Specialist

Würth UK South East England

Over the last 14 years Würth has invested heavily in WOW diagnostics to ensure we can offer the best solution for a modern workshop, and also support… Reed.co.uk


2 days ago

Field Sales Consultant -Wood Trades- Wembley, Watford, Uxbridge – new

Würth UK Wembley, England

We love sales and striving constantly to inspire our customers. We have gained a reputation as a market leader in our field created through excellent… Reed.co.uk


30+ days ago

Field Sales Consultant - Wood Trades

Würth UK Oxford, England

We love sales and striving constantly to inspire our customers. We have gained a reputation as a market leader in our field created through excellent… Reed.co.uk


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    Great people to work with but not a great place to work

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    I worked at Würth full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    One positive aspect of working at Service Supply was the group of people I worked with. Most of my colleagues were long term employees that readily shared their knowledge and experience with others.

    Cons

    The cons of Service Supply were low pay (wages were frozen for three years), chronic understaffing (hiring was frozen for three years and many positions remained unfilled when employees left, pushing the workload onto remaining employees), inadequate technology (necessary hardware and software upgrades were consistently slow or incomplete, impacting daily performance and productivity), and a controlling culture that included the attitude that employees shouldn't complain because they were lucky to have a job.

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    Build a trusting, encouraging culture, provide the tools and support necessary for success, and reward good performance with appropriate compensation at all levels.

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