thank you for entering inmy post
I did an interview with In f l i t e Engineering of M a n c h e s t e r
The job is about operatingsetting and programming on Bridgeport millings with heidenhain system
I live quite far at momentbut I really want to move for M a n c h e s t e r as this is themost suitable job for me
Is there anybody who knowthis company?
Is a good place to work?
They looks for CNC Millersthere all the time, and this makes me sospicious … Why peopledoesn't stay there to work? In addition the manager who interviewedme was not friendly at all with me
So if you know somethingabout this company please help me to do the right choice
Thank you in advance foryour help
sorry don't know the company but I wouldn't jump in to moving to quickly, if you can find somewhere to stay for a few weeks reasonably cheap I would do that to start with just so you get an idea of the job, the general working conditions & the people who work there.
Probably mean things are a bit tight for you for a while but you could save yourself money in the long run if you move & the job turns out not to be what you were expecting.
Good luck with it anyway.
Thank you very much Martin
yes I was thinking exactly the same
Hi, Martins advice is excellent, but I hope that manager is not a member of this site!!! Good luck. G
Getting that job at another place was the best thing you could do. Any company that advertises for staff on a regular basis should be avoided unless you're desperate for work. And if they were unpleasant at the interview stage, imagine what they'd be like once they start paying you and want their money's worth.
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