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60 questions about working at National Trust
Not treat staff like robots. Give proper training before expecting to work on shop floor. Encourage rather than constant criticism. Be friendlier rather “ you versus me” attitude. Not one rule for management and another for staff.
Answered 5 October 2018
Mostly concerning your pulling power at the weekend (it’s a bit sad really)
Answered 7 May 2017
Be a man - boys club.
Answered 24 March 2017
Across all the National Trust sites there is regular updates from the managers on individuals progress and with ongoing and upcoming events.
Answered 5 October 2018
NOand bright colourful hair is definitely not allowed or infact pierced ears/bone through the nose is a definite no no
Answered 1 March 2018
Only if you have kids. really it's not encouraged. you're encouraged to be at your desk all day every day, preferably dont take lunch and do overtime without thanks.
Answered 25 January 2019
For my job I had to do a presentation and interview.
Answered 20 July 2017
15 percent
Answered 13 April 2017
I felt like crying and didn’t want to go. But kept going thinking it would get better. It didn’t.
Answered 30 June 2019
The minimum age is about 16
Answered 23 June 2019
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