Tyco – Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England
The service sales role is focused on new customer acquisition within a geographic territory, and is heavily focused on the sale of service… Tyco
Tyco – Hertfordshire
4. Drive best practice and continuous improvement by collaborating with colleagues throughout the global and regional operations… Tyco
Tyco – Leeds, England
To provide Residential (currently Quick Connect) Intruder systems, sometimes with smoke detectors to the relevant standards and to provide the… Tyco
Tyco – Aberdeen, Scotland
• Responsible for promoting, identifying, investigating and winning sales opportunities related to mechanical fire suppression service in the Oil… Tyco
Tyco – Leeds, England
To implement ADT’s sales strategy across a geographical area M62 Corridor) of responsibility through the creation of a customer focused performance… Tyco
Tyco – Bristol, England
Project Systems Specialist II Employees engaged in the preparation of detailed Computer Aided Design (CAD) drawings to assure the efficient and… Tyco
Tyco – Greater Manchester
Provide support to the P2P Lead in the delivery of strategic objectives in order to maximise performance and minimise cost. Manage day-to-day… Tyco
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Finishing at 3.30pm on a Friday.
If you are a Manager or Director it is fine. You push all your staff so you can get your end of year bonus. The fat cats get richer, and the lower end staff get the minimum. They give all the usual nonsense on work ethics and it is just words, nothing more. Low staff morale, constant restructuring and redundancies just so management can attain their target to get their bonus. They tread on everyone in their wake. All the good staff are leaving.
Advice to Management
Management open your eyes to what is going on around you. Eventually you will be left with the out of date old times who won't move on until they retire. Newer talent don't stay very long once they get wise to how the company is run.