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London Business School is a leader in the field of business education. All employers should learn from LBS.It`s a very diverse, multi-lingual,inspiring community of staff, faculty,students, clients, alumni and donors from around the world. All of the facilities and resources are open to staff, including an on-site gym and pool, extensive business library and clubs where you can join in on various sporting, professional interest and volunteering groups run by students and staff. Competitive salary and a range of benefits and opportunities you may not find in many other organisations. Staff are awarded with cash gifts and & personalised letter from the Dean after 5, 10,15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 years’ service.
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Unfortunately, this company lost good workers due to poor management. Directors only promotes their friends whilst leaving other co-workers behind. The culture is - suck up to the directors, otherwise your position will be on the line.
Good salary in admin
Poor management, low salary for level 1's
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London Business School, is a great place to start your career as the are so many learning curves which help to boost your knowledge and experience. The management are very supportive and help you develop and grow within your role. As any organisation there are politics, but it doesn't affect you doing your job. The organisation is expanding and the team have been split up to accommodate space.
Old fashioned equipment
Not much progression, since I left, I have moved up very quickly. Salary is below market rate Manaagement are poor with a lot of politics. Good work life balance as holidays start at 27 days. Benefits e.g.pension and life cover are decent. System is not the best nor the worst.
Work life balance
Limited progression and too much politics
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