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unfair wage, no opportunities for further training, bad HR
I wouldn't recommend it.
I don't understand the bad ratings at all but it depends on where you work. In general, Coop is a very good employer who is very committed to its apprentices and other employees. If the opportunity arises, I'd be happy to return.
Good and social employer with a lot of sustainable commitment and good fringe benefits.
Poor hourly wage
Discounts for employees, percentages on REKA checks, GAV
Bad conditions in the hourly wage. Extreme flexibility is required but wage security is not offered. Sometimes there are 0 assignments per week, sometimes you are even sent home without pay if nothing goes wrong. No chance to change employment contract if you want to work more, no further training o...more
only dear colleagues
- the work colleagues were mostly super joyful
- the shopping vouchers as a reward are top
- discounted REKAs
Fixed structures, poor wages, hardly any further training opportunities and the HR in Dietikon leaves much to be desired. The personal position is exploited
work climate equals zero
Good social benefits many benefits a secure job.
In the Dispo Schaffisheim it is very badly organized dispatchers without any experience in my opinion cheap workers who have to play my boss.
I liked it very much. I learned a lot and would love to work with them again tomorrow.
Flexible and interesting activity
The workers are very friendly and helpful if you are looking for something. The workers seem concentrated and friendly to me.
None, actually. I wouldn't change much grosded.
No qualified personnel
Coop is just known. But she still doesn't have a good reputation.
Far too few qualified employees, promoted internally, most of them think they can now play the big boss.
Wage could be better
Didn't have a chance to train internally. Payment and scheduling could be better.
Wages should be based on years of training and professional experience.