Mission: Our 12 goals are the markers which guide us on our sustainability journey:
1. No accidents.
2. No incidents.
3. No pollutions.
4. 100% of our customers very satisfied with our service.
5. Frontier performer in the ...
I have been working at Anglian Water full-time
Good company culture
Friendly approachable people
Understanding and helpful colleagues
No visible hierarchy divides
Employee support in and out of work
A company that cares about its employees
Sensible level headed work approach
Opportunity to up skill in company
Development is encouraged
Mature working environment
Silo working patterns as everyone seems to be very much into their role
Expectations can be high but managers always open to talking about work loads
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at Anglian Water.
Had arranged a Skype interview in Feb, 2 days before the interview they had informed me they preferred for it to be face to face. This was then postponed to the last week in March. I had flown back from China specifically for this interview and they did not get back to me for 3 weeks. When the finally did, a date was set. One day before the face to face interview they decided to cancel it with no reason or apology as to why. Terrible HR and unfortunately have nothing positive to say about the company
Leading Utilities of the World
Yesterday, at the Global Water Summit in Paris attended by Jean Spencer and Chris Hayton, we were inaugurated as a Leading Utility of the World.
The leading utilities of the world are a select group of 28 water utilities and membership is by invitation in recognition of achievement and innovation. We are the only water company in England and Wales that has been invited to join. Other water companies that are members are PUB in Singapore and South East Water in Australia.
This is great recognition of our position as leaders and a great achievement for Anglian Water!
For more information about Leading Utilities of the World, visit the link below:
We’re very excited to be up for the Staff Development Award, amongst others, at this year’s Utility Week awards. Staff development is hugely important to us, and we have put a lot of effort into our Transforming Our Leadership programme. We’ve also got a huge amount out of it.
Find out more about it in this blog from our Head of People Development Phil Brown