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18 questions about working at Cambridgeshire County Council
The interview process should be influenced by your answers at interview and scored accordingly. This should be weighed up and a score given to show performance. However, sadly this is not always the case as some people get into post without having an interview. They are simply assimilated or given posts and this is not through restructuring, it is a 'who you know stance' as some managers feel they are above policy and procedure and the ethos of being an equal opportunities employer which is something local authorities general embrace as an integral part of work practices.
Answered 20 September 2017
3 weekly meetings
Answered 25 June 2021
The high levels of risk that you have to work with and not getting enough support when you have to do this
Answered 3 January 2019
You can make a genuine difference.
Answered 2 September 2018
"Flexible working hours" means overtime, many hours that you even fell force to take. There is no flexible at all .
Answered 17 April 2022
Look at management, give more support to support workers, especially with employees who suffer from mental health illness, show more compassion
Answered 27 February 2020
Dependent on the role, you may not need to move.
Answered 16 January 2020
8 hour some shift, 24 hours shift straight, sometimes even together, where you go for one morning. Weekend working and with more workload
Answered 30 December 2019
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