The values are good and the staff friendly and helpful. The atmosphere is generally good, the management understanding and flexible enough and you can have a good work/life balance. You have a stable job that you know you'll be able to keep through hard times and good communication within the different levels of the company.
No opportunities to progress within the company as there seems to be a policy of dead man's shoes. It gets highly frustrating at times as it makes you feel undervalued. The pay is not rewarding either so they need to find a way to give incentives to their staff.
Safe and unexciting
It is a kind of job you do for a short while but don't feel like staying in as it is safe, unexciting and lets you have a social life. Staff is reasonably happy to come to work as there is no pressure and management is generally understanding and listens to what you have to say.
The salary is average even if it can better tgan what you would expect somewhere else. You don't get trained and don't get opportinities for promotion. You feel stuck in what you do so it is a safe job but it is not very interesting.
Senior management can't think as far ahead as they should.
It is unexciting with all the good aspects that come with that if you like that kind of things. It is safe, you know you will remain employed whatever you do if you don't quit. The workplace is nice, people are generally friendly and it is quite quiet.
Your work hardly ever gets reviewed and this job is like a quiet long river. There are no pay rises to speak of and benefits are too tight to mention. Don't even think about working their if you are ambitious or want a lot from your job. Tt is just not going to happen. The organisation is very unclear but just know that you are not going to get any higher.
Perfect if your personal life is more important than a fulfilling job
Fair pay shouldn't be a benefit!
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