Hard labour, bad pay and no prospects
Assembly Worker (Current Employee) – Stoney Stanton, Leicestershire – 25 September 2018
I work at Pasquill making roof trusses for a living well for spare change.. they pay just above minimum wage for a back breaking workload that is Never appreciated, the management are only focused on them selves, we have a quarterly bonus of £150 and this is given if all targets are hit, but that said the points for each job that equate to the target drop lower and lower until we don't get, we feel abused and lied to. Also the bonus depends on accidents in the workplace, so what actually happens is no one reports injuries for the fact everyone will lose what ever chance they have of getting it, and if we complain we are fired "we don't need you tomorrow" and then getting a call saying don't go back, depressing isn't the word the management pick you up from your house to take you in if you have an injury so not to lose bonuses no matter what the GM will be at your door if you get injured, we are all told on induction we have to chance to climb the ladder only to find there is no route for staff on the shop floor, all this makes for an extremely sad and low morale atmosphere that pays nothing compared to what you do.
I would steer clear unless desperate, everybody there is looking for a new job, well everybody on the shop floor the management have it so easy I'm sure there happy to make bank on the backs of the actual workers.
pay, management, morale, security, lies, unfair bonus, accident evasion.