Brighton & Hove City Council
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19 questions about working at Brighton & Hove City Council
Pay & conditions. Other neighbouring counties can be more affordable places to live. They pay key workers the same salary, or more, some pay additional weighting and have more rewarding annual leave policies. BHCC rely too much on the hype of people wanting to live and work in Brighton, over prioritising staff retention.
Answered 10 December 2018
Busy, fast paced, no parking!!
Answered 20 October 2018
Hire or promote managers who aren't just there to wait until retirement.
Answered 30 June 2022
Good . Flexible hours encouraged
Answered 8 June 2022
Pay never gets reviewed, you sit on a fixed pay scale. Performance / development reviews happen annually.
Answered 10 March 2022
Depends on role and line manager
Answered 20 September 2021
Smart uniform
Answered 25 January 2020
Normally 37 hours a weekyou get flexitime in some roles
Answered 13 December 2018
Depends which team or department. Environment and culture depends very much on the senior managers of your team. They determine how nice or toxic the culture will be.
Answered 13 December 2018
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