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    1001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
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Catering Assistant/Supervisor in Cardiff
on 28 March 2021
Loved it
I loved working at the Cardiff Bay Barrage. The location is awesome. I liked my colleagues very much AND the management! Covix restrictions closed the cafe. I was very upset.
Retail Assistant in Frampton, Lincolnshire
on 11 March 2021
Productive and Kind hearted people
I loved every minute of being at the rspb The staff are so kindhearted and the people that come in a really respectfulIt’s lots of fun and I would definitely recommend it for people that are looking for something slow paced
Catering Assistant in Newport, Newport
on 26 January 2021
Awful management
I enjoyed working at Newport Wetlands in the beginning until the staff started to slack. but some of the staff were lazy and didn’t seem to care about health, safety and hygiene therefore only had 4 stars on food inspection in the cafe. Management were rude and made you feel like you couldn’t ask for anything as they would act like it was a problem therefore making you feel quite uncomfortable. The customers were extremely rude, not what you’d expect at a wildlife reserve.
Anonymous in UK
on 30 September 2020
Worst time of my life
The RSPB is a terrible organisation to work for. Management culture is to bully people out of the door, no promotion opportunities and staff are deliberately underpaid through a salary comparison process. No support is provided and diversity is practically non existent. Only redeeming feature is that most “coal face” employees are dedicated to the nature conservation mission, although playing politics increases as you go up the managerial chain.
Anonymous in United Kingdom
on 15 June 2020
Toxic culture
Toxic workplace, with very competitive atmosphere. Management very unsupportive and if your face doesn’t fit expect to be overlooked. Staff undervalued. Strange priorities and do not consider alternative ways of working- outdated view and approaches very evident.
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