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What Employees Say
I worked at Proact full-time for more than a year
entry level position into the industry good office environment good co-workers
Horrendous shift patterns. 4 on 4 off with a rotational night shift - needs no further explanation, the NHS stopped shift patterns like this for a reason. Inadequate office space to facilitate... 24/7 shift patterns, hope you enjoy burning bright lights that can only be compared to that of the surface of the sun. unrealistic KPI's created to keep you looking for something to do even if it is a relevantly quiet day (which does happen fairly often) upon starting at Proact you will be promised the world with a plethora of social events and opportunities at your finger tips. unfortunately for anyone working in the Glasgow as none of this applies to you. Career progression - you could be waiting a very long time for the opportunity to progress as this only becomes available when a senior position is vacated. You will be worked to the bone for a well below average market rate for every role and no thanks for effort or acknowledgement of a job well done. Glasgow office, although the location of the largest concentration of technical specialists - receive little to no recognition for their efforts across the company. HR Team - void of empathy procedural robots who show no emotion, hopefully you never end up sick for any reason as you'll have a battle on your hands to simply get the money you are entitled to, no interest in your current state of affairs, living situation etc. even if they've managed to make a mistake in your pay, you better believe that it's you that will be left short. Don't waste your breath complaining about any of these issues it'll only mark a target on your back. avoid at all costs unless in dire need of employment - ignore the rest of the positive posts on here as they're blatantly obvious fake posts created by senior management.
Advice to Management
Majority of management are aware of the glaring problems with the current business model, shift patterns etc. but their hands are tied because of the senior management being completely fine with a... high turn over of staff, low employee satisfaction... as long as the profits are going up!