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.
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.