Islington Council
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Social Worker in North London
on 6 March 2021
Invests in staff
Good employer - invests in their staff by offering lots of training and development opportunities. They are serious about offering an attractive and supportive working environment to staff.
Principal Housing Officer (Residents' Initiatives) in Highbury house
on 19 December 2020
Stressful yet productive workplace
I enjpyed working at Islington council. The work entailed managing 12 resident involvement officers who dealt with TMOs and tenants and residents associations and was a strategic role in the authority. There was ample scope for bringing my ideas to the table and plenty of scope to practice business planning to engineer change kin the unit where necessary.
Skilled gardener in London
on 16 August 2020
I never understood why they need a skilled gardener here. You don't garden. You don't maintain. You do clearances. If you do plant anything it dies, because they have unskilled people watering them and no one maintaining them. So the planting scheme gets over run with weeds. Or the planters die from lack of water. It's frustrating. My gardening skills went backwards here. If you are not a gardener and don't care about gardens this is the job for you.
Senior Business Support Officer in Children Services
on 28 July 2020
Great working environment
A very nice team to work with. Management very easy going and allowed you to work on your own initiative. Lots of opportunities offered for advancement in training courses and job prospects
HGV Driver in Caledonian Road Station
on 11 June 2020
Run by ex roadsweepers.and fat transport managerssmanagers
Ungrateful.sacked at the drop of a hat.working with the lowest intelligence of workers.disabled physically and are expected to work insanely with these people.dangerous but looks good on numbers for a labour council.2 sacked years no accidents scratched lorry
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