Senior IT Project Manager (Former Employee) – Hemel Hempstead – 29 December 2017
I found this company to provide a good working environment. It provided good training and had a typical annual appraisal approach for a company of this type. My knowledge is now a bit out of date as I left fairly soon after the merger.
Call Centre Operator (Former Employee) – Southampton, Hampshire – 17 December 2017
Poor management on all levels. Moral had been low for months and this was never addressed despite concerns always being raised. Job performance was hindered by IT and tech issues, raised constantly with Line manager, Managers and IT for months and nothing was ever done or said. Line managers honestly do not care and I don't blame them. Unsupportive managers. Low pay, long hours. Never answered NHS employees questions, serious cases of no pay were not escalated or dealt with within the agreed time frame.
Consultant (Current Employee) – Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh – 16 October 2017
I am Happy working in Sopra steria and its is an excellent environment to work with people. Flexible team and lots of benefits for employees. Workplace was amazing and lots of opportunities to lear new technologies.
Not delivering the promise from points taken from interview
Computer Engineer (Former Employee) – London – 2 August 2017
Supposed to work around your home, but instead made to drive to London each day with your own car, fuel and use of your phone, repairing Dell computer. All motherboards were supposed to be new but most were dead, so replacing with a dead board, which again had to fit the customers faulty board, doubling the time on site, unable to make money so left job
PCT Test Analyst (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 18 July 2017
Overall good experience of working for Sopra Steria. Management is very helpful and flexible. Learned quite a few skills and it did asked long hours due to the work involved. Great team work with whom I worked.
Service Desk Analyst (Current Employee) – Warrington – 17 July 2017
Would you like to get paid terribly and be overworked at the same time. It's an in joke that there is no Money left in the Pot for any sort of pay increase. You could train a monkey to do most of the work. The most enjoyable part of the job is the colleagues, if you're on a decent team you can tolerate it, but beware of all the brown nosing.
Letter Sorter (Former Employee) – tingley – 7 June 2017
As part of the job I had to walk around the office gathering letters the other staff members had completed. After working hard for 4 days, received a phone call after I got home from work telling me not to come back to work the next day without an explanation. Till this day I have not received an explanation for this and would not recommend this company to anyone.
Work Experience Student (Former Employee) – Welling, Greater London – 14 March 2017
I learnt what it was like to be able to work in an office and see how Steria manage computer servers all around the local area, they took me into different areas of their company such as the servers room and the help desk room where I could see first-hand what they were dealing with day in day out. I also went out on site to set up new upgraded computer in the civic offices
Productive with full benefits eg pension and medical cover
Process Officer (Former Employee) – Chatham, Kent – 16 February 2017
Scanning and filing confidential data Sending personal data back to clients Sorting post Learn about council and benefits 24 hour turn over to complete work Productive Full pension and medical cover as benefits Working within the local council
Business Intelligence Consultant (Former Employee) – Edinburgh – 26 January 2017
This is a company that invest in their staff. They offer the opportunity to become certified in whatever toolset or practice the consultant is working in. I thoroughly enjoyed my short time here and would recommend them
Free coffee and treats, good training and certification, reasonably well paid
Project Manager (Contract) (Former Employee) – South West – 26 January 2017
I worked for Sopra Steria as a self employed Project Manager on their defence account and enjoyed my time. The work was challenging and unfortunately ended prematurely because of client side budget issues. However, all very enjoyable.