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Updated Jun 25, 2014
Domino Printing – “Domino Printing Sciences, Bar Hill (Photo thanks…”

Domino Printing – “Domino Printing Sciences, Bar Hill (Photo thanks…”
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Domino Printing Group Managing Director Nigel R. Bond

Nigel R. Bond


60% of employees recommend this company to a friend
7 Employee Reviews
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    Great people and attitude, but sometimes less structured than ideal

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

    ProsSmart and motivated people, a global perspective and strong growth history. Works for most manufacturing industries and in most countries. Likes to innovate and improve.

    ConsVery short term results focused, can neglect the long term plans and copes badly with longer term changes. Fails to understand how to motivate technical people. Limited resources for technology creation, or other innovations, can be frustrating. You are free to have the vision, but implementation takes too long or doesn't happen.

    Advice to Senior ManagementThis business is very financially strong but It's time to move the structure forward to something that recognises the scale of the business and that managing strategies at a country level is too expensive. Rebalancing of control to regions needed and more resources to allow corporate improvements to be implemented.
    Not everyone is motivated by cash bonuses. Other forms of reward are needed.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

     

    a very nice company

    Summer Intern (Former Employee) Cambridge, East of England, England

    Prosexcellent engineering and R&D capabilities

    ConsLocation is a bit far

    Advice to Senior ManagementN.A

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    Good company spoilt by a strong "old boys network" feel and lack of opportunity

    Mechanical Design Engineer (Former Employee) Bar Hill, England

    ProsGreat benefits package(s), Nice environment and some excellent members of staff. Bonuses (If paid CAN be good)

    ConsComplete lack of career progression unless your in "the network". Three changes of management in three years doesnt help (applies to my department). A lot of long serving staff members that are next to useless but so entrenched that they are immovable. Salary is "Non-negotiable" at time of employment and low. A blasé attitude to annual performance reviews leads to a global salary review structure (unless your management). Petty management that feel its fun to penalise certain members of staff come bonus time.

    Advice to Senior ManagementClear the dead wood and look at the good staff you have rather than parachute in short term senior staff!

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    OK if your in the "in" crowd

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee) Cambridge, East of England, England

    ProsNot a bad package overall, but not long term.
    Unofficially flexible with hours (if your in the right department/manager)
    Excellent canteen (sad when thats headline Pro!)

    ConsTop/Middle management heavy.
    Managers appear uneducated or uninterested in technology and its workings making it very difficult to develop.
    Some think its a university research company. Driven by paperwork and self validation.
    Limited to no career progression.
    Unbalanced benefits system.
    Instability in workplace due to "mood swing" department clear outs.

    Advice to Senior ManagementLook at what you have and appreciate it. Progression from within not just employing inflated over paid roles that last only a few months causing a whirlwind of destruction.

    Less managers! (ratio is 2:1 in some departments).

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Domino is an incredibly well run company, lacking the commercial tenacity required to take them to the next level

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee) Cambridge, East of England, England

    ProsA very well run company from the board room down
    Excellent benefits package
    The opportunity for a good work life balance - if you choose to take it

    ConsA staid environment where people can stay for a long time without making real contribution.
    Pseudo culture of recognition and advancement of top performing individuals - people get frustrated and exit the business, leaving the organisation with less dynamic individuals who are happy (not everyone) to turn up and do what they have to.

    Advice to Senior ManagementBecome less risk averse and allow true stars of the organisation opportunity to lead and implement change rather than everyone having to follow strong top down direction. A perception is that management promotions happen in the main because they are 'yes' men.

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    Great people within middle management and lower level positions, lack of senior leadership

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee) Gurnee, IL (US)

    ProsThe people on my team were great, as well in the office and the field. Good benefits received as well.

    ConsLack of long term vision to grow the product portfolio. Disconnects between senior leadership and workers. Too conservative of an organization. Bad investments

    Advice to Senior ManagementBe less conservative, and do a better job in developing the people, and do more than just delivering an overall number back to global HQ

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Satisfied

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee) Oakville, ON (Canada)

    ProsCompensation is above average- six figures
    Work life balance

    ConsCorporate is challengedd in bringing together the various business units during times of rapid expansion of the business.

    Advice to Senior ManagementKeep focused on the channel implementation of the strategic plan in place so that outcomes are realistic and measured.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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