Why does JCB get a rating of 7.4?
- Enough training
- No short notice shift changes
- People get proper breaks
- No unpaid extra work
- Easy to book holiday
- Easy to take sick leave
- People aren’t stressed
- Good for parents
- Breaks are paid
- Opportunities to progress
- People recommend their team
- People get sick pay
- Managers are respectful
- Well informed about head office
- Not easy to change shifts
- Head office doesn’t understand the frontline
- Hard to choose shifts
- Less than 4 weeks notice of shifts
Based on 45 job reviews
JCB is a construction equipment manufacturer.
£9.75–15.00 per hour
Handy to know
How much notice do people get of their shifts?
Based on 40 employees
What contracts are people on?
Based on 37 employees
How often do people get paid?
Based on 41 employees
How are people paid?
Based on 45 employees
Featured JCB job reviews
The pay,good holidays, private health, company pension, extra holidays (service days) for yrs worked with the company.
Long days, expected to live on the job when demand is high .
Numbers over quality.
Managers lack of understanding of the product just focused on numbers off line.
Just a number ,don’t feel like what ever you do is a enough.
Production operative, January 2021
Challenging, varied, interesting
Pressure, work load
Research team leader, July 2020
It's a hobby I get paid to di
Currently agency staff
Assembly operative, October 2020
JCB ranks joint 21st to work for in Best manufacturing companies to work for