NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL
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About the company

  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    £366m to £730m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Headquarters
    Nottingham
  • Link
    NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL website

Nottingham City Council is the non-metropolitan district council for the unitary authority of Nottingham in Nottinghamshire. It consists of 55 councillors, representing a total of 20 wards, elected every four years. The council is led by David Mellen, of the majority Labour Party.

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Business Support Officer in Nottingham
on 15 September 2022
Limited opportunities for development or advancement

It is an unfortunate truth that whenever the council needs to make 'savings' due to the increasing financial challenges it has faced over the past several years, administrative staff seem to be considered the most expendable as does the development and remuneration of existing employees. As a result, opportunities for development or advancement within Business Support roles has stagnated at the council. In the current climate, you are unlikely to move up the ladder within Business Support, and despite being Labour-led the council does not actually feel particularly pro-worker (the council spent hundreds of thousands on a court case and appeal it eventually lost, but is still resisting paying out all of the back pay it owes to affected staff). If you are satisfied staying on the same grade you came in on, with little chance of promotion or hopes of a fair pay rise, you might be happy working here. The holiday allowance is decent in comparison to private sector employers and flexible working options are often available for back-office staff, depending on your service area. If you want to be developed professionally and advance in the organisation, or even just be paid in line with what your skills and experience are actually worth, you may want to look elsewhere.

HR Consultant in Nottingham City Centre, Nottinghamshire
on 1 December 2022
Excellent Employer

Brilliant benefits, good culture, driven by values, diverse environment, value there employees, pride in their work and people, excellent leadership team

Security Officer in Nottingham
on 16 November 2022
Bad

Bad don’t join unless you have a good mananger that respect what you want to do with your life and gives you support when you need it I would choose only council for the food benefits

Community Protection Officer in Nottingham
on 11 August 2022
Very business oriented for a local council

It would be a nice place to work if they didn't micro manage you. Always looking at making money it's run like a business not like a local council it's main priority is making money and making the public suffer.

Council Worker in Nottingham
on 12 July 2022
Not a good place to work

If face fits then you'll get looked after. Everyone talking about each other and spreading rumours. People refusing to work on certain rounds as there are big. Wages is not good but you only work 37 hours but often you'll do less.

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