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  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration


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Rating is calculated based on 10 reviews and is evolving.


Communications and Compliance Officer in London
on 17 December 2020
The organisation supports flexible working and is advanced in terms of its embrace of IT. There is a long hours culture. It seeks to be respectful to its workers, friendly, diverse and treat people equally but cannot guarantee it.
Executive Assistant to Deputy Chief Economist in Holborn, Greater London
on 17 September 2019
A typical day at work
Typical day at work was busy yet extremely quiet and dull. Employees and colleagues were non social and not helpful with giving information / direction. As someone very new to the sector I was asking questions n where to find documents or to be given access to the necessary folders in order to do my job to the fullest but was passed from pillar to post to do so. A task t9ok 4x longer than it should have done..
Human Resources in London, Greater London
on 27 April 2019
Worst place to work
This was by far the worst place to work in. From what I have experienced it is a very group based environment. If you do not fit in, you would be outcasted. Bullying, micromanagement (HR particularly) very common. Very unorganised, no clear communication of what needs to be done or how, no or very limited training provided with high expectations. Workloads are unreasonably high, you are expected to work overtime to do all of your work, otherwise getting very negative reviews from management during 121's. I would not recommend to work for this company, to be honest I would rather suggest to run from it. Also, management and senior staff do not shy away from unreasonable critique and fun making. Very unpleasant place to be in.
Office of Fair Trading as Project Support Officer in London
on 26 April 2016
fast paced, enjoyabler work envoirnment
Worked with very fine people in civil service. involvement with project management. it was a great experience working towards the betterment of public.
HR Officer in London, ENG
on 18 October 2015
Deliverling at pace
I started a new role as an HR Officer in September 2014. A typical day at work involves answering queries and dealing with casework. I learned a lot about how HR operates and strengthen my organizational and IT skills. The hardest part of the job is to organize one's time and learn to multitask.

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