Great pay, outstanding people, challenging and smart environment and a multitude of opportunities to travel the world.
Why, oh, why did they ever think that outsourcing the tech department was a good idea? Mercifully, they saw the error of their ways and rolled it back to in house.
A mind bogglingly huge number of staff. Pushing 50,000 employees now i believe.
Professionalism of my team and their commitment was a huge plus. The staff in general all have different fields of experience, so it's a really good mix of skills and talent Good sized company for one that is fairly new
The kind of commitment in my team was not everywhere, some people not as invested in the company The properties and facilities of our clients are not managed in the most effective way. A lot of processes are not fully channeled into achieving the goals in the most efficient way. We need to upgrade from just PowerPoint and Excel into some really cutting edge technologies that will actually match the functions better. Once we have the right technology and the right processes we can be much more effective in our customer focus.
Too much dependence on Mr Bill Gates for our software!
There is almost nothing to like about Carillion if youre a contractor. You could if you stretch say that a lot of people you meet will be quite committed to what theyre doing.
The management is ineffective and rude. If you want to feel like youre not worth a single penny, you should talk to one of them. Especially after their acquisiton of eaga, which was pointless and loss making, they management takes out their frustrations on their contractors. The demands are unreasonable, they never give you the space to work, and theyre constantly on your back. The smallest mistakes drawing out a flurry of abuses.
Nothing unusual, or usual.
Fair pay shouldn't be a benefit!
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