Morson International

Working at Morson International: company overview and reviews

Morson International
Morson International
3.7
119 reviews
Morson International ratings
3.7
Average rating of 119 reviews on Indeed
3.4Work-life balance
3.4Pay & benefits
2.9Job security & advancement
3.2Management
3.3Culture
Headquarters
Adamson House, 2 Centenary Way, Salford, Manchester, Greater Manchester M50 1RD
Employees
1,001 to 5,000
Revenue
$500M to $1B (USD)
Industry
Human Resources and Staffing

Popular jobs at Morson International

 Average salarySalary range
Principal Software Engineer
56 salaries reported
£61.68
per hour
£30.80-£92.55
System Engineer
24 salaries reported
£44.29
per hour
£22.10-£66.45
Cleaner
4 salaries reported
£10.61
per hour
£6.65-£20.35
Electrical Engineer
2 salaries reported
£34.96
per hour
£9.55-£70.00
Mechanical Engineer
1 salary reported
£41.00
per hour
£20.50-£61.50
Salary satisfaction
70%
of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 144 reviews

Morson International reviews

Overall reviews at Morson International

5.0
Operational Manager | United Kingdom | 13 Apr 2014
Rewarding Company to work for.
At present I am involved in implementing Possession Management on behalf of Network Rail in the Wessex region which spans from Exeter to London and up to the M4 corridor. My duties include: Site Operational Manager. Site audits, briefings and ensuring staff are carrying out their duties to the correct rules and procedures Implementing basic and complex Possessions with multiple train movements as a Senior Person in Charge of Possession (SPICOP). Taking the isolation of the 3rd rail from the ECO (Level A,Procedure A). Carrying out Safety Critical Assessments on competent protection staff. I have been involved on the railway for the past 17 years, starting on the shovel working with the Permanent Way. Over the years I have gained experience in many different aspects of railway procedures. I have achieved this through my own personal development and having the good fortune of working with old "railwayman" which some has since retired.
ProsDiversity of working on different projects with professional staff from all walks of life.
ConsSocial life
2.0
Plan Manager | Ipswich | 21 Apr 2012
Don't believe what they say. If you want a job without benefits this is for you.u
With two years experience of this company from the day they took over the contract they managed to achieve very little for the workforce and only did their masters dirty work. I will never work for them again. In the end I rightly trusted no one and got no reward for all the effort I put into establishing and developing the specialised knowledge and skills of my position with this company or their Ex-REME masters. I was rewarded with redundancy at the base rate. Ten years in post for nothing. My co-workers were mostly ex REME, they may stand together to protect themselves, but they had no intention of helping or cooperating with anyone who was not one of them. Do not work with ex-army types if you were not one of them. Getting justice and fair play for those aggrieved staff. This made others in similar positions open to accusations and threats. Getting out of the workplace and doing my job with the customers.
Conswork, grievances, take-all, crawling, disrespectful, waffle.
4.0
Site Manager | London | 3 Apr 2018
excellent stepping stone to my Career
This was the gate way of my railway career, learned everything to know about track at morson, as I supervisor actually involved in all stages, after that I wanted to be in more challenging job, plan/manage and deliver which I'm currently doing at Colas Rail.
ProsTeam work
ConsNight shifts
4.0
Technical Assistant | Bristol | 15 May 2014
Enjoyed my job tremendously
Receive and despatch of equipment as per nuclear radiation regulations. Co-workers were excellent. Hardest part of the job was getting clearance for detection instruments. The most enjoyable part was when I succeeded within the time limit allocated
ProsWorking days and working as a team with other members of staff
ConsContract position not permanent
4.0
Electrical Contractor | Marham | 14 Jan 2019
Helpful and thorough Agency.
A typical day consisted of aircraft maintenance and modifications. My position allowed me to demonstrate and develop my existing skills. The management were helpful when needed. The culture was easy going and friendly and I enjoyed working there.
ProsThere were no benefits available with this position.
ConsLong hours and shift work.
5.0
Document Controller | Steeple Langford | 30 Nov 2017
Good support
Excellent assistance in my first experience of contract work. Telephone and face to face advise when needed. As a contractor felt supported and valued
4.0
Logistics Assistant | Chippenham | 26 Dec 2019
Productive and fun
Management and colleague show extensive amount of patience even when under a great deal of pressure. A relaxed atmosphere, colleague polite and helpful.
4.0
Call Center Representative | Norwich | 6 Jul 2016
ok company
Job itself ok not great pay for what you are requested to do. Good pay for overtime but that is when you get the right payment .Job is not safe and if they decide they don't need you they will give you one day of notice.
Prosovertime good pay
ConsTo much to do no appreciattion
5.0
Contractor | Glasgow | 21 Oct 2018
productive
Great place to work the managment worked one to one with all employees. Explaining jobs in great detail. Large amount of time was spent to develop workforce. The enviroment was fun light hearted and fast paced
4.0
Account Coordinator | London | 28 Mar 2017
Busy and intense workplace
Currently working as an Account Coordinator/ Manager. Working onsite 2 days a week and the rest of the time in the office. Taking job specs from Line Managers

Questions and answers about Morson International

What benefits does Morson International offer?
Asked 13 Nov 2018
None, they don't give benefits to anyone but suits.
Answered 17 Apr 2019
Quarterly bonus good salary
Answered 18 Mar 2019
On average, how many hours do you work a day at Morson International?
Asked 31 Oct 2018
On average I worked up to 9 hours a day. 8:30am to 5:30pm.
Answered 16 Jan 2019
48+ to 60 hrs 48hours should be max and then law should say you have to have 48 hours off. All work shifts this be in force.
Answered 12 Jan 2019
What is the organisational culture at Morson International?
Asked 12 Oct 2017
No organisation
Answered 19 Jun 2019
Un organised just culture is no where to be seen. Rude managers
Answered 18 Mar 2019
How do you feel about going to work at Morson International each day?
Asked 24 Jun 2020
Look forward to a new challenge every week
Answered 12 Aug 2020
Enjoyable.
Answered 24 Jun 2020
What is the dress code at Morson International?
Asked 15 May 2020
no dress code
Answered 17 Aug 2020
Supposed to be Smart Casual but most dressed how they liked
Answered 15 May 2020