Noel Group

Working at Noel Group: company overview and reviews

Noel Group
Noel Group
3.0
119 reviews
Noel Group ratings
3.0
Average rating of 119 reviews on Indeed
3.0Work-life balance
2.8Pay & benefits
2.5Job security & advancement
2.8Management
2.9Culture
Headquarters
The Noel Group has several specialised brands operating from 10 locations throughout Ireland, please visit our website www.noelgroup.ie for more details.
Employees
1,001 to 5,000
Revenue
Unknown
Industry
Human Resources and Staffing

Popular jobs at Noel Group

 Average salarySalary range
Associate General Counsel
211 salaries reported
€11.65
per hour
€5.80-€17.50
Warehouse Worker
80 salaries reported
€11.99
per hour
€5.95-€19.05
Chef
68 salaries reported
€15.22
per hour
€7.60-€22.85
Cleaner
83 salaries reported
€11.61
per hour
€5.80-€18.05
Driver
18 salaries reported
€14.09
per hour
€7.00-€21.15
Salary satisfaction
59%
of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 137 reviews

Noel Group reviews

Overall reviews at Noel Group

4.0
Kitchen Porter | Ireland | 11 Mar 2020
Work funny
Good company. All directions were given in advance clearly and objectively, The atmosphere of teamwork is always taken very seriously...the opportunity to improve English and interpersonal relationships
1.0
Kitchen Porter | Killarney, County Kerry | 19 Jul 2015
No consideration or management
I have been employed for about 6 months. I have worked for a total of 4 nights in that time. No explanation as to why. I only get called when there's no other person they can ask for. This is how much respect they have for their employees.
ProsNothin
ConsNo feedback, inconsistent work, terrible management
1.0
Care Assistant | Ireland | 18 Jun 2015
Productivity and Fun working place
There was a day at work and it was very sunny we were asked to take all the residents to the zoo and it was very fun I learned that been a carer, its very good to care of your client as they are part of you and to learn how to be humane My co workers are easy to work with and they made me feel at home whenever we are working together The hardest of my job was when a client become aggressive and it is my duty as a carer to calm him down Is when am with the client reading newspaper to them and discussing their life and what they have done in their prime time
Conslong hours
5.0
Senior Technical Recruiter | Santry, County Dublin | 29 Aug 2013
Worked hard and was also fun work place
Typical Day was doing Business Development to get new clients on board. Then Head Hunting for the jobs advertised to create a pipeline of potential interviews. Up dating candidates on outcome of interviews. Invoicing for placements secured. The Hardest part of the job was securing new business in a tight marketplace. The most enjoyable part of the job was securing a placement and the banter on the phone to clients and candidates. Also alerting a candidate to a job and putting them forward and securing the placement gave me great job satisfaction.
Prosnone
Consnone
5.0
Chef | Dublin | 16 Jul 2017
great company to work with
Probably the best recruitment agency to work for in Ireland. I worked in many different types of restaurants while working for this company and learned allot which was great
Prosexperience
Constraveling
4.0
Catering Assistant | Galway | 24 Dec 2019
good exposure to Irish work culture
good way to networking with various companies you get to work for. flexible with work timings. two certification completed- health and safety, food safety
5.0
Hospitality Consultant | Cork | 9 Jul 2018
Great place to work.
I recently joined the Noel Group as a recruitment consultant. I am really enjoying the role and the culture is very positive. This company is very invested in the progression and education of its staff. I have a great work life balance with the company.
ProsReally positive work environment
1.0
Catering Assistant | Waterford | 15 Oct 2017
No
Even if you inform them that you dont have a transporter they dont care ,they send you anywhere miles away and if you say no you cant go that far they just dont give you a work.i don’t recommend noel requirement agency at all...
4.0
Kitchen Porter | Dublin | 3 May 2016
fun and productive addictive for work too
i have learnt to work with other employers as a team and learnt to work at my own initiative when its very busy the busy it gets the more nicer the job gets.i have ben tought to be a hard worker and to aply by the regulations of employment when right or wrong learn to deal with customer care and to deal with any problem that deals with our job food might be hair in or wrong served dish ,we get to talk with our customers appologise and tell management about the problem learnt to be punctual allways and never be late for work thankyou
4.0
Recruitment Consultant | Dublin | 19 Apr 2016
Eye Opening, Very Nice Achievements
The most motivating part of the job was meeting people and knowing how they think, looking for a job and eventually putting a smile on their faces. Others were advised on their career paths, sharing experiences and encouraging them.

Questions and answers about Noel Group

How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at Noel Group? What are the steps along the way?
Asked 5 Jul 2018
Straight away
Answered 11 Sep 2019
You are so short in staff, you will hire any one with arms and legs
Answered 2 Jan 2019
Why would you want to work at Noel Group?
Asked 11 Aug 2017
Desperation would be the only reason to work for this bunch of gangsters.
Answered 28 Jul 2019
I want to work in this company because there team leader teach how to work feel friendly atmosphere and hospitality help job seeker how to perform under this reputed company. Thank you
Answered 6 Nov 2018
What is the interview process like at Noel Group?
Asked 10 Jul 2018
14 february
Answered 22 May 2020
Very formal and proffession
Answered 14 Feb 2019
How are the working hours at Noel Group?
Asked 30 Aug 2017
Great. Every weekend off.
Answered 9 Jul 2018
Flexible & fair
Answered 9 Jul 2018
What interview questions do they ask at Noel Group?
Asked 12 Apr 2017
None never had one
Answered 2 Jan 2019
Very in depth interview questions, you must have a good knowledge of the industry you come from.
Answered 10 Jul 2018