QC technician in Cruiserath
Friendly, well-managed workplaceStaff here are easy to work with, very little negativity and pettiness. Things that go wrong are dealt with appropriately and help is given in abundance. Open is a word I've seen used to describe the atmosphere and a description I'd agree with. A great environment to grow as a professional. The little things make a big difference, the windows overlooking the beautiful exansive green space outside (nice to walk in surrounded by), the canteen with interesting and varied offerings of food, the general buzz of events going on and general busyness means that there's always something going on to discuss with colleagues - enough to keep people happy and stimulated enough that the workplace culture and talk tends to keeps above petty gossip around individuals. A place that is full of opportunities to learn with an atmosphere that is peaceful and positive.
Specialist in Dublin, County Dublin
Great, collaborative environment There is a great feel to working here, teams are open and communication flow is excellent.The company values employees and generally rewards good performance.
Downstream Bioprocess Associate in Ireland, Dublin
Very friendly environment. Lots of diversity and very inclusive of all people with their culture.Workplace culture is extremely welcoming. All people would feel very comfortable working here. Managment is very interactive and company regularly hosts team bonding events and meetings to discuss overall company morale. Work load is sufficient enough to keep you busy, but long twelve hour shifts can be tiring. Management doesn't always recognize ability fairly in my opinion. Should be a more goal orientated system in place that could accurately monitor an individuals work load, so fair appraisal can be awarded.
Chemical Process Operator in Swords, Dublin
Good company to work forGood, subsidised canteen, 36 hour week,share purchase scheme, free health cars for family, free prescriptions in local chemists.Undergoing change at the minute due to new CMDO owners.Currently on 5 week shift cycle, best I ever worked.
CSV Engineer in Dublin Ireland
good experience on validating new labs with new equipmentThe Irish couldn't run a p1ss up in a brewery, always having meetings and not actually getting any work done. I pointed out that we were in fact having too many meetings and I was told without a trace of irony to 'book a meeting to discuss it' If I was the sort of person content to be sat there doing feck all, I could still be there earning 11,000.00 euros per month.