Reviews about Pay & Benefits for Engineer at Openreach
Great job but gets silly on occasions
Engineer (Current Employee) – Cambridge, Cambridgeshire – 13 February 2018
I have worked for BT/Openreach for 20years and I must admit it has got worse, but still a great job if you don’t take any notice of the silly stats which really don’t mean anything 90% of the time as most of it is out of your control, I work a 4day week 36hrs and then overtime so can easily earn 40k a year. It really annoys me of that they do mess so many jobs up and don’t spend the money on the network in the right places but maybe there is a bigger picture they don’t want us to notice. Some managers are complete idiots and ain’t got a clue but some are ok and treat you like a human being. Take away the stats that don’t mean anything get rid of the deadwood managers and fix what we say needs fixing and it would be a much better place to work. But over all it is alright.
Can earn good money if you put some overtime in
Useless stats and don’t spend the money where needed
Engineer (Current Employee) – Scotland – 24 March 2018
all about targets, don't care about employees well being at all, non educated managers with no education, are all corrupt as they are all been best friends within their little circle for 30+yr, no motivation, never appraised.
How much does an Engineer make at Openreach in the United Kingdom?
Average Openreach Engineer yearly pay in the United Kingdom is approximately £31,165, which meets the national average.
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