Learning & Development Co-ordinator in Northampton - home based/sometimes travel
Not bad workplace - enjoyed my time there
Better progression for fee earning/client facing workers rather than those in the support function. Great focus on well-being and mental health support.
Has good points but many not so good
The partners don’t appreciate the support staff and are constantly changing the structures from pa’s through to marketing, salaries are below market rates and discretionary bonus payments are not in line with other companies, great people generally but very limited career development
Team Secretary in Liverpool City Centre, Merseyside
Relaxed but professional
Great place to work. Ok salary and benefits. People are welcoming although there is a high turnaround of staff in some departments. Lovely building and close to city centre.
Trust tax officer in Norwich, Norfolk
Newly refurbished workplace, modern and young staff. Good social place and good pay.
Hot desking meant that you sat next to different people every day unless you got in early enough. Training was difficult when not sitting next to your mentor. Working from home was allowed which destroyed the team spirit and again was of no use if you were training. Management was non existent, left to get on with it and the remote manager never spoke to me in 6 months so the end of year review was a joke. Enjoyed the subsided social events, I.e. Christmas dinner dance and summer bbq, as well as bowling, climbing, escape rooms etc, all paid for by GT. Staff were helpful.
Accounts Production Administrator in Clarendon Docks
The onboarding process was not very positive but once on board I found the company quite reasonable. The training was very comprehensive and there was plenty of support from more experienced staff. Once in lockdown, it became clear that the contract would not become a permanent one.