Pay is good and there's a commission structure You can also enhance your income with overtime as there is loads of overtime offered. Solid job and generally good working environment. Company is looking to inject much needed fresh talent into the business and therefore have worked on their graduate scheme
There are so many rules and regulations it actually hinders getting the job done, and you get disciplined if you trip over any of them - honestly there must be better uses for management time.
One policy that is constantly enforced (and very aggravating) is that all staff must hold onto the handrails when on the stairs!
The best things about EDF revolve around the many possibilities to move up inside the company as well as learning and professional development opportunities. The progression strucure is made very clear. The pay is great and most people stay with the company for the long run. This gives the company a good atmosphere, and there is a kind of stability to the whole structure that is often only seen in very large corporate groups.
A lot of people here are closed off because they know they are going to be there for the long run. I dont enjoy working in an atmopshere thats all about work, and most employees have no incentive to bother or educated themselves about anything else.
The company shoots itself in the foot by not encouraging diversity among its employees.