Projects officer in St Albans, Hertfordshire
Bad work life balance
Cut staff therefore remaining staff expected to pickup extra work. Long hours required, contacted on mobile/laptop out of hours. No work life balance.
Personal Assistant to Deputy Chief Executive (Finance and Legal) in St Albans, Hertfordshire
I felt this was sometimes a hostile environment and I felt there was a lack of diversity within management teams
A typical day at work was often being excluded, left with feelings of isolation and no prospects of representation due to a lack of diversity within the management settings.
The hardest part of the job was being excluded, feelings of not being valued nor appreciated,misjudgement of my intelligence, feeling less favoured than other peers and constantly being tested and observed as if I was in prison. This made me feel very uncomfortable.
HR Business Partner in St Albans
Flexible working and good work life balance
Very supportive and friendly environment.
Lots of flexible working options.
Good policies to support employees.
Limited financial resources often restricts ability to operate more efficiently.
Do NOT work here
Understaffed, bullying, no respect for colleagues, low morale, awful HR. I give the company 10 years, and how it treats its staff is disgusting. Bullying from management and nobody listens. Look somewhere else.
IT Apprentice in St Albans
Not a bad place to work everyone is friendly but also nothing special. I'm currently doing an IT apprenticeship here and has been good just sometimes feel that it could have been more to it if i worked somewhere else.