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Jaguar Land Rover

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Every vehicle. Every innovation. Every bit of momentum in over 170 markets worldwide. None of it would be possible without the expertise, drive and continued ambition of our people.

We’re proud of our heritage, but it’s our vision for the future that excites us most. Right across our business, everybody plays a crucial role in the ever-evolving Jaguar Land Rover journey. And with exciting new products, cutting-edge facilities and continued growth into new markets, there has never been a more exciting time to join us.

We may be renowned for our iconic vehicles, but our drive for excellence covers more than premium design and world-class engineering. Ours is a truly global business, with the opportunities to match. You can learn more about our business areas and current opportunities here on the Jaguar Land Rover Linked Company pages. This is also the place to ask any questions you may have, share your experiences and talk to the other talented individuals who are thinking about joining us. We look forward to talking with you.

Website: https://www.jaguarlandrovercareers.com


Rated 2.7 out of 5
2.7 out of 5 stars (based on 21 reviews)
Very good24%

Never work at jlr

Rated 2 out of 5

You will regret working at jlr they treat you like dirt because you are agency staff and you will never get took on full time. You will be on a 3 month rolling contract and they have no problem getting rid of you they just don’t care

A terrible culture of back stabbing endorsed by weak and unscrupulous managers

Rated 1 out of 5

Work here and you’ll spend just as long filing away data and emails to cover your back as you do on something productive. This is because as soon as something goes wrong, they’ll be a witch hunt to find who is responsible. That’s how organisations with cultures of fear and blame operate. I’ve seen too many people be stitched up by colleagues and weak and unscrupulous managers trying to cover up for thier incompetence. At JLR, everyone is out for themselves – teamwork is not a thing.

Lot’s of managers with no industry experience recruited into the company making too many mistakes and then blaming the errors on thier team.

Team leader

Rated 3 out of 5

No progress opportunity available, poor management process, always sending the wrong people to the wrong job roles,

Production Operative

Rated 3 out of 5

The pay is good for what it is and is the only redeemable descriptor of the job. Not an easy job and very demanding physically and mentally.


Good pay



Sinking Ship

Rated 1 out of 5

Stifling, fear-based culture that crushes any creativity or innovation.

Uncompetitive pay for skilled, technical work and no progression opportunities other than generic middle management positions.

Widespread disengagement is seen as laziness, rather than a symptom of a broken organisation.

Updated on October 23, 2022

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