Leadership and Management (Former Employee) – Shop floor – 29 September 2018
Never seen anything like it, management are the problem here, they are terrible, rude, obnoxious people, the only way to get anywhere to to sleep around the bosses and production manager. Rows of desks reminded me if sweat shops. DO NOT WORK HERE.
Production Operative (Former Employee) – Havant – 21 November 2017
I enjoyed working in this company.The values of this company protect s the employees and their rights.It is a fast-paced environment that allows you to give your own opinions and ideas related to the good development of the products manufactured.
Production Operator (Former Employee) – Havant, Hampshire – 14 September 2017
I worked here for 2 years and that was 2 years too many! I don't know how people can work there all their lives. It's like a military camp, very strict. The management are arrogant - we are their skivvies who make them lots of money and that is all. It's full of gossip from people who have been there all their lives. Not a career, just an easy boring job which pays the bills but gives you a bad back in the mean time. I watched the clock the whole time.
Production Operative/Solderer (Current Employee) – Havant – 6 September 2017
It is a fun and safe workplace where you can learn how to be a part of a team.The day goes on smoothly as long as everybody participates to the team.In the canteen we have benefits like free coffee and fresh fruit which is a good thing for the employees.
Production Operator (Current Employee) – havant – 13 February 2015
This is a steady job but there are very limited chances to proceed in the company due to favoritism. The company is very much based on quantity over quality which i feel is shockingly awful considering the nature of the business. Company management Do not seem to care, communicate or respect the workforce. The only things i really enjoy about this work pace are my colleagues, Half day Fridays and payday.
Production worker (Current Employee) – Havant – 23 June 2014
As much as I like working for Apollo Fire detectors I find myself needing more of a challenge within the work place. My working day starts at 7:45am and I am set targets of 230 fire detectors per hour. I get along with all other members of staff as I am a very friendly, easy going person. The hardest part of my job would be remembering all the different concessions to each product/ line build within Apollo, but I have now learnt that different products and new concessions can be found within the different product type information books. The most enjoyable part of my job is learning new things meeting new people and achieving my set targets.