Team Obair
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  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    €4m to €22m (EUR)
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Rating is calculated based on 34 reviews and is evolving.


Warehouse operative in Dublin
on 26 September 2020
Hard work in warehouse
Team Obair is an agency and they are recruiting for different jobs. In warehouse with vegetables and fruits the work is hard and supervisor wants faster and faster from you to work.
General Operative in Dublin
on 12 September 2021
Very unkind staff in office
Waste of time ,they don’t respond to your emails or messages. Office staff very unkind.You receive your roster on late Sunday evening. I don’t recommend this agency.
Warehouse Operative in Clondalkin, County Dublin
on 8 September 2021
Very nice people, good atmosphere at work
I've Worked in BWG foods for 6 months with team Obair it was a very nice experience. very friendly people, flexible hours, friendly atmosphere, lot of different tasks
General Operative in Uniphar
on 2 June 2021
Not reliable
I worked at UNIPHAR as a General operative through team Obair, I found management and the people at uniphar very friendly, you get treated with respect no one is on a power trip, you get your task to do at the start of your shift and you are left alone to do it. Overall a nice place to work and job itself can be hard/tiring depending on what area of the warehouse you are put in. Overall good experience, only thing is no one believes in social distancing. Obair on the other hand will mess you about with your hours and give you days and shift times that you never discussed, what you see in the job description you more than likely won’t get, one week you’ll get full time hours and the next hardly any hours, they constantly text your phone on days off or an hour before a shift starts asking can you do it, I even stated what I was Available to do before I even started work with them and when they gave me the days I told them I couldn’t do, I explained to them that this wasn’t what was discussed and they let me go, so be careful when you try stand up for yourself and not get taking advantage of you get sacked.
General Warehouse Operative in Dublin West, County Dublin
on 4 January 2021
Bad workplace
Overall a bad place to work, you get your rooster on Sunday and you don't know in advance how many hours or days you will have, the places you work in can send you home after 4 hours work and if not needed that day then no work, very hard to organise finances with hours like this. Never a set week basically you are on call 24/7. Too book a day off you need to contact at least 2 if not 3 people. The company thinks nothing of its staff. The wages is awful as well, I was working in a chilled warehouse as a GWO for minimum wages while dicert staff were paid considerably more. If you haven't worked before its good for basic experience, getting manual handling certs and PPT certs. After 6 months to a year look for a real company to work for. Use them the way they use you.

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