HR Business Partner (Former Employee) – Malmesbury, Wiltshire – 9 June 2017
Don't join here expecting it to be like Google or Apple. It's nothing like this, experiencing growing pains yet not keen to admit it, Dyson's turnover is known to be high and they proudly boast how they're marmite and not for everyone. What they mean is they have retention problems they don't care about it or think it's important to address as there are a steady stream of people who will keep coming through the door.
Induction is weak then your turfed out into the business and expected to work out what you should be doing. No structure, limited process, this is chaos masked as entrepreneurial behaviour.
Office is lovely and the campus is a great place to work, James is visionary and the stuff he is doing on the uni campus is fantastic, just a shame that there is such poor infrastructure.
From a HR perspective Dyson are very behind the times, not cutting edge or leading in anyway so you won't be able to gain experiences to further your career although other empoiyers do assume that because you''very worked at Dyson you must have something about you. A really underwhelming experience.
All of it nearly! Behind the times HR, uninterested in employee engagement