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Varied age range of employees. Depending on the department you work in, quite a fun and relaxed environment to work in. Management are pretty easy going - as long as the job gets done and you deliver what you promise. Nothing too strenuous about the IT roles. Most enjoyable parts of the job were the social gatherings.
Pretty decent game/relaxation room
No car parking space if you drive in!
I joined PPF in 2014 at their new offices in Croydon, it started well and I was happy to have landed a decent job, the premises were good and the salary was not bad. After three months they said thank you but no thank you and let me go, three weeks before Christmas...
PPF is good platform for your career. I got a chance to work on challenging project and implement my knowledge/skills. Always the work I got was interesting and learned a lot of new things. All colleagues are very helpful and supportive. And yes you can balance your work life and personal life with PPF.
Initially good place to work, were keen to progress individuals through training both internal and external, relaxed but hard working, one central location currently close to East Croydon. Mostly good people to work with but when things are not going so well they need to listen to the staff on the ground. Flexible working, WFH, hot desking.
some good benefits, reasonable working hours
Decision by committee
A typical day at work - a busy workplace and always on your feet and dealing with queries daily. I've learned more about the company. Management - Very supportive. Workplace Culture - No problem, very friendly. The hardest part of the job - Doing the housekeeping side in the office is very challenging. The most enjoyable part of the job - is meeting and socialising with new people.
• Provide a professional advisory service on a range of HR issues including absence management, terms and conditions of employment, payroll and benefits, recruitment and training and development activity in accordance with best practice, current and proposed employment legislation and PPF policies and procedures. • Lead on the management of casework, relating to sickness absence, including collating and reviewing absence data, making recommendations, giving advice and support to managers, liaising with Occupational Health and attending absence management, disciplinary and grievance meetings. • Ensuring maximum workforce productivity and stakeholder management. • Work collaboratively with and advising managers on the recruitment and selection process, and participating on interview panels when required. • Analyse HR information for board reports, finance and the HR team, highlighting trends and key results, and lead discussion on issues and possible solutions at the monthly HR team meeting. • Deputise for the HR Business Partner as necessary and actively support all members of the HR team.