ProsKier is a great place to work and over recent years we've seen the business become more focused on delivery and performance excellence whilst doing a huge amount to attract and retain the right
ConsAs you would expect in a large business, it can sometimes feel that process is cumbersome.
Diversity & inclusion (D&I) underpin all that we do at Kier, from our values to Performance Excellence. We believe that an inclusive business is a better business and want to develop a culture which encourages people to be themselves to work. Everyone at Kier has a role to play in championing diversity and inclusion to ensure that we are living our values.
The Kier Inclusion Network
The Kier Inclusion Network (KIN) has been established to provide a safe forum where people can be open and honest about inclusion experiences in Kier and drive the diversity agenda in the business.
LGBT and Allies Network
I applied online. I interviewed at Kier Group (Bristol, England) in Mar 2022
InterviewAbsolutely the worst interview experience I have had in over 20 years in this industry. Two interviews where the interviewers were late and took phone calls. No formal questions of description of the role. Feedback process was even worse with me having to continually chase for a decision. Also the parties didn't follow through with commitments on time line and didn't respond to my emails and text messages. I would never apply to Kier again and wouldn't works for managers who showed such blatant disregard for potential new employees. I certainly wouldn't recommend Kier and will advise anybody I know to stay well clear. There are better companies out there. Perhaps the HR department need to do some coaching on interview techniques and address the poor communication skills that their Senior Managers are lacking.
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