Awful place to work with false promises and bullying in the workplace
Sales Advisor - Full Time (Former Employee) – North West – 19 June 2018
I went to Bloor Homes as a sales advisor. It was something I had wanted to do for some time. I was promised training, which I never got and there was no support from sales managers. I was very dissapointed and also found there was a lot of bullying going on within the company. Worse company I have ever worked for!!
They have a lot of employees that are hard working and enjoy what they do, it’s a shame I missed out on my chance because of the way the universe works. Anyone who works with the company will be sure to have good individuals that work hard.
asm (Former Employee) – Gedling, Nottinghamshire – 5 September 2017
sad to say worst company I have worked for in 20 years, have their own ways which are hard to adjust too lack of support from line managers there's a lot better out there , money is not everything benefits not the best still got the old bullying culture !!!!!
Carpenter-Self Employed (Former Employee) – northamptonshire – 14 June 2016
As I did my apprenticeship with Bloors they taught me most of the skills I have, in my opinion very good to work for. Things may have changed there now as they do employ direct, so the turn around of different/bad workers is a lot higher.
Extremely busy which I love but not at rewarding role
Customer Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Newbury, ENG – 3 August 2015
Dealing with close to 100 emails each day and dealing with 10 year warranty issues on new build homes. A typical day would be reading the emails, booking in the repairs and liaising with home owners for the repair dates. I also liaised with our repair man ensuring he had the correct job sheets. Everything needed logging into the customer relation manager project database.
We had a weekly meeting with the managers with updates of the various developments.
My colleagues were very nice to work with, I had good customer relations with clients I spoke to
No opportunity for any creative thinking, it felt a bit like a factory job in that it was literally going through the motions, no opportunity in this role for advancement
maintenance ( painting & decorating ) (Former Employee) – any sites they have – 12 October 2012
you get up early and can travel anywhere but you learn other trade jobs. my co-workers were very easy to work with. the hardes part of the job was the traveling. the most enjoyable part was the people you work with.