London South Bank University
Happiness score is 74 out of 100
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About the company

  • Founded
    1892
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Education
  • Headquarters
    London
  • Link
    London South Bank University website
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Reviews

Senior Officer in London
on 15 December 2021
Good place to work with its ups and downs
The place is really good to work at what I dont like is the management. They give you false control over stuff and then try to puppeteer you. If you don't bite then they wont move forward with you.
Tier 4 Compliance Administrator in London
on 5 April 2021
Friendly team environment
A very supportive team and management who looks after one's mental health and wellbeing. The job role can be challenging but the support structure in place makes the job interesting and enjoying
Stundent Engagement administrator in London
on 14 December 2020
Good place to settle into
I would say i enjoyed my time there- they do pay a bit under the market rate for London universities - but the benefits and flexibility makes up for it.The environment is really friendly and they offer lots of staff training, you do have a sense of job security and you are kept well informed.
Security Support Officer in London, Greater London
on 26 September 2020
Overworked and underpaid and micro management system
Overworked and underpaid in the department I worked in. The attitude of the manager didn't help neither. Despite working from home during lockdown my probation was extended. That's when I knew something fishy was going on. My department was a nightmare to work in. My colleague and manager were both a nightmare. Be expected to be spoken to harshly and micro managed if you work as a security support officer. One thing I have noticed is that working there will open up a world of opportunities for you to develop your career.However, I saw that other people in other department really enjoy working there.
Laboratory Technician in London
on 25 August 2020
Productive
Perfect place for work. Very lovely people! Enjoyed my internship there very much and would definitely recommend this place for studying and meeting very resourceful people!

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