HM Revenue & Customs
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70 questions about working at HM Revenue & Customs
I told them to avoid it. “Family friendly” shifts only applied to old staff contracts. Made it difficult to change hours if necessary for work/life balance. Very unsupportive of staff.
Answered 5 June 2017
Mine was with public jobs so took a few weeks to get placed
Answered 2 March 2017
Dress smartly, be punctual, give out a positive attitude and have a little background knowledge to hand if needed.
Answered 28 March 2017
In paye&sa 37 hours Mon-sun 8am-10pmShifts are usually 8-4 9-5 12-8 2-10 1 in 4 weekends. But other departments have different opening times, like VAT is open between 8-6 mon-fri so it depends on where you are put. Pray you don't get put in PT ops.
Answered 2 March 2017
They take anyone they can get off the dole, in my experience!
Answered 26 June 2017
Answered 5 June 2017
Free parking? Absolutely not. When I was an HMRC Field Force/Distraint Officer I even had to buy my own pens, printer paper. Charged HMRC's 'toughbook' on my own electricity with no allowance.
Answered 30 March 2018
Ok but may have to wait for a vacancy
Answered 4 February 2018
Last working day
Answered 1 November 2017
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