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Honorary Norham Fellow in Education Department, Norham Gardens
on 16 December 2020
As a fellow I get to present my research to students
I get to present my research to students, which I really enjoy, as well as working closely on projects with one of the professors. The social and cultural scene is excellent.
Technician role in some IT duties in Oxford
on 8 January 2021
Not cooperative environment
Despite supposedly to be a cathedral of spreading the knowledge that is not exactly how it worked. Not training provided, not collaborative environment, at some point they push with some duties that you are not contracted for that or outside your knowledge and skills without any additional information or support.
PA in John radcliffe site
on 9 December 2020
Awful arrogant selfish people
This organisation are awful, worked as internal contractor, lost job in lockdown without furlough and no support.The people majority are rude, arrogant, full of self importance, worst company I have ever worked for. They focus on mandatory courses full of rubbish and offer no support for new starters or training.
Programme Manager in Oxford, OxfordshireNovember
on 4 July 2020
Very racilly and culturally biased business. I experienced discrimination from admin colleagues and top management.
Very racilly and culturally biased business. I experienced discrimination from admin colleagues and top management. I worked there several years and was treated badly
Manager in Oxford, Oxfordshire
on 24 April 2020
Manana Culture
Too process heavy restricting innovation and getting things done. Too many committees, nobody seems to want to make decisions. ......................
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It was about work organisation and IT methodology.

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