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25 days ago

PC Hardware Engineer

Redstone Bournemouth, England

The PC Hardware Engineeris required to work within a team of engineers carrying out ICT 1stLine support at Redstone client sites. The work will…

25 days ago

Data Centre Engineer

Redstone Basingstoke, England

• Manage third party vendors within a large data centre to ensure compliance with change control, specification and quality standards. • Manage…

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Anthony Charles Weaver
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    Possibilities for an exceptional company

    • Comp & Benefits
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    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Sales Exec  in  London, England
    Current Employee - Sales Exec in London, England

    I have been working at Redstone


    There are some very good people in the business. there is a lot of peer loyalty and good will in the business with colleagues looking out for each other. There is also a huge amount of industry knowledge within the business and technically we are as good as anyone else out there. The company is getting a good brand name in the market but is not yet getting enough business come through the door due to that brand name. There are efforts afoot to better integrate the various divisions of the business which is aiding in organic rather than acquisition growth.


    Those good people are not allowed to grow and properly contribute to what could be an exceptional business. Their is too much middle management who are neither capable as sales people or managers. This should be stripped back to make us a leaner more focussed organisation. The pay and compensation is not industry leading by any means and the hours can be long and stressful. There is very little room for promotion within the business and there is far too much politics at play. This is not helped by the lack of communication from the management team down to the rest of the staff.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    I would be looking to communicate much better and to better inform the staff of their roles within the organisation. I would also be looking to better inform the employees on the companies go to market strategies and plans for the future.

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