Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy
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  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than £7B (GBP)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 18 reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

Security Officer in London, Greater London
on 4 June 2020
Friendly atmosphere
I would recommend anyone to experience working at BEIS, London, Greater London. Good facilities and friendly staff and visitors. Healthy environment good daily meals with affordable prices.
Clerical Officer in Birmingham, West Midlands
on 28 April 2020
Productive workplace
It was an okay experience as I got on with staff but this was just a temporary role for me and they wanted temp staff to achieve targets, although I learnt a lot about data entry and what is expected of local government employees.
EO in Victoria, London, Greater London
on 20 April 2020
Disappointing
Potential to be a great place to work but outdated policies and approaches. Talks the talk but doesn't walk the walk. Inductions poor So much talk about diversity and inclusion but should you suggest points of consideration or alternative views that do not fit ; then you may be in trouble. Beehive on the roof!
HEO in 1 Victoria Street
on 20 February 2020
High turnover, high stress
High turnover and consistent understaffing leads to a long-hours culture where lower grades take the worst of it. High turnover also means that most people at any given time are new to their jobs. There is no salary progression, so there is a çulture of changing roles every year or two, with significant stigma towards those who stay in roles longer, who are seen to be stagnating. There is no such thing as promotion, to obtain a higher level role, you must apply for it like a new job, meaning that people move to completely unrelated roles frequently, and knowledge retention is poor.
Typist in Southend
on 28 January 2020
Great place to work
Loved working here. Shame I left but decided I needed a change. People are all friendly and helpful. Environment could be better but it is the Civil Service. A bit hard for parking in area.

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