UK Government - Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills
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About the company

  • Founded
    2002
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    £18m to £73m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Headquarters
    Manchester
  • Link
    UK Government - Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills website
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4.5020184.2320194.0020202.5020213.002022

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DWP Customer service in UK
on 27 January 2022
Dwp universal credit
Was the 2nd best contract I ever was on.Sadly after 1 year everyone got made redundant, causing claimants to use the website this is why calling universal credit has gotten more harder, at the best of times without us, claimants will suffer as the system needs humans to review automatic errors which can impact a person's life, literally!Almost feels like an ai system that decides if you should live or not, universal job match felt more like we will punish you less in comparison.Jokes aside this was a reasonable job, I felt I helped 85% of all people I ever spoken to, some people really don't understand how good they have it.These claimants are on the poverty line and January 2022, I see new Job openings, let's hope employment will increase.
Carer in Glasgow
on 9 April 2022
A role with purpose but not the pay to back it up.
As a personal caregiver, I have to work a full time job along side this just to stay afloat taking away from my time with the person I care for. The very minimum amount of money you are paid to be a full time caregiver, means that you can only work part time jobs on the side to still claim your carer payments however if you go down that route you don’t make enough money to live on, so I have opted to work full time which means I don’t receive payment for being a caregiver. Which is rather unfair given that I need to work full time in order to afford to live, so yes the job is very fulfilling, however the pay amount to be a full time carer is shockingly low.
Employee in Nottinghamshire
on 1 March 2022
Employee
I wouldn't put my dog in glenesk carehome. It's the worse carehome i have worked in and other carehomes know it.It's got a really bad reputation i Retford. such a high turnover of staff, very clicky.
Inspector in DFE
on 23 February 2021
Bkame Culture
Not a pleasant experience. Ofsted are by no means perfect themselves. Wrapped up in their Reputation above anything else and avoiding complaints. This creates back covering by managers and a blame culture.
Finance Supply & Health & Safety Manager in Bristol Temple Meads Station, Bristol
on 27 January 2021
Great people
I had to travel to Bristol everyday the traffic and the lack of reliable buses made it long hours to workUnfortunately sadly I was made redundant.

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