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Manufacturing Operator in Clonmel, County Tipperary
on 21 November 2022
Difficult people to work with
Fast paced training inadequate low wage bad pay rises permanent contracts walking in the door a lot of people young and there for the money don’t really do a lot of work either
Product builder in Clonmel, County Tipperary
on 6 January 2023
Driven by numbers and too little pay
The work itself is grand but target driven. They only care about numbers. You can’t be ever sick or your punished for it with verbal warnings and written warnings. If your sick a day you lose out on pay rise at the start of the year. They recently took away overtime which was what helped my pay. Some people are more willing to work than others. They really need to look at pay as other companies are paying more. They don’t care about their employees financial difficulties with everything going up. No pay rise and no overtime is just unfair. Christmas bonus was only 100 euros voucher when the company next door got pay rise and 300 euros voucher and their excuse is they get no bonus but they do every 3 months ! Unfairly treated employees put under stress to earn little money. They could at least make overtime available to whoever wanted to do some !!!
Pharmaceutical Operator in Clonmel, County Tipperary
on 4 December 2022
Stressful work environment Bad wagesBad management Bad breaksHigh targets upped dailyProblems and mistakes no training training rushed non skilled new starts
Operator in Clonmel, County Tipperary
on 27 October 2022
Awful place to work
If you're considering working for Abbott in Clonmel I'll let you in on what it's like in there. They will train you on one station and if you don't suit it then it's your fault, they have unrealistic targets which change depending on seemingly nothing, if you hit the incentive target management will increase it just so you don't get incentive. If you ask to go home sick they will look at you like you just killed their dog. This is the only Abbott site in Ireland without a union so good luck finding workers rights in this place. The hours and shift pattern turn you into nothing but a husk that they farm work out of. I have genuinely never felt so disgusted with how workers are treated. I watched an operator collapse to which a supervisor and a FIRST-AIDER began trying to pull them.back up to their feet by their arms to put them back to work. Avoid this place if you value your sanity, health and your happiness
Factory Worker in Clonmel, County Tipperary
on 8 October 2022
Overworked and underpaid
They say they are family oriented but truth is they want you to be flexible for them jump to their tune but if you need flexibility for whatever reason they make excuses, they tell you to work hard and you will be promoted but sadly its not about how hard you work its all about sick days and just 1 sick period will cost you your pay rise , even if you saved them millions and missed a day cos your child is sick you will be punished , warnings depending on length you are off , even give warnings when family member dies , pension vhi and a few other Benefits are what people stay for but most hope there will be redundancy so they can leave , people leaving faster than they can hire

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