Pipefitter in Runcorn, Cheshire
I enjoyed all the time I workework four Engenda group very good company essay to get on with management and all the work force and would work for engender groups again.
Mechanical Fitter in Bradford, West Yorkshire
Underpaid and under valued
The grafters are under paid and expected to carry the over paid unskilled agency/temporary workers. The management refuse to listen to the concerns and needs of the workforce.
Mechanical Fitter in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Great money, inconsistent working contracts
Incredible wage, however as the work is contract work there isn't a consistent and stable wage. You never know when the next job will be. Working away from home is a necessity.
Senior Electrical Estimator in Runcorn, Cheshire
Close to Home
The Company structures and Procedures are in need of review and Bid/Handover Monitoring and Accountability are non existent.
Used to working in a more structured and professional background.
The Foundations of the company are not stable enough to sustain longevity of employment in my view.
Administrator in United Kingdom
Engenda Group has grown by buying multiple smaller companies and it is still bringing them together. Sometimes this can be confusing but mostly it is an ideal opportunity to improve how things are done.
Some of the work is long term client based so offers job security and stability at one location. Some of the work is short term, project based meaning you will need to travel. Lots of people come back time and time again for the project work so it can't be bad. The office team are pretty stable. Overall the team is great and people know their stuff. People are expected to work hard and pay is fair.
As it is a growing company, there are opportunities to progress and develop. I feel you get out of Engenda what you are willing to put in.