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I encourage promoting a more friendly work culture by giving sessions on basic mannerisms for talking to others and respecting others in regards to how to talk to people in person and online perhaps on workday as its used for courses already (there's a lot of rude people online but in office they act friendly to upkeep their image and standing).Have training in place for new workers including documents that are helpful and assign managers to workers depending on if they can support them in their role.NatWest needs a more collaborative work culture and software setup however I do know NatWest is moving to teams instead of zoom soon which is a step forward but there needs to be a focus on how to communicate in a more professional manner as there's a big blame culture in the IT department and lack of support.
Answered 29 August 2023
6 months but if before the gov pay your mat leave
Answered 27 June 2023
Majority of roles in IT are hybrid or remote.
Answered 26 June 2023
Prepare before the interview, read the interview pack that is being emailed prior to the interview
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Extremelly busy, high-pace environment
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