This is a good job for whom does not have a qualification. You can progress and move up in the company very quickly but the job is physically demanding and you have to work on shift every week: from 6 am to 2pm/ 2pm 10pm/ 10pm 6am. However if you don't have a good level of English this job is a good started point to personally grow and move up.
They come across as if they care about you and your health and safety, but they don't, people being asked to work with defective machines and told "don't tell the person staring there shift there's a problem, so many managers all telling you something different. Glad to be out of it, travelling to work in a bus that is clearly defective and they have the nerve to change for it, stay away.
General Operative (Former Employee) – St. Margaret's, County Dublin – 22 December 2019
This is a soulless job. If you are a person who hates being bored this is not the job for you. The training doesn't prepare you for the job at all and the management doesn't care about you.
On the other hand some of the people who work there are nice and are great to talk to. It makes the job easier sometimes. But you can also work with a lot of people who don't know English very well so you get stuck by yourself.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the end of the work day and going home.
Remote location, no free meals, cold, uncomfortable