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‘Bradford system, implemented with rigorous brutality’
‘This is agreed with your line manager but working from home, flexible hours and access to computer systems is all available’
Excellent benefits and an extra bank holiday off.
Best: Work life balance Worst: Some Lazy people
n/a - intern so there was no benefits package available for me - was good hourly pay for the summer however - and wok/life balance was great. subsidised restaurant was there on site
The financial benefits are limited with pay constraint from central government. Payment are limited on negotiation and
The United Kingdom cilvil service offered a comprehensive benefits package to me during my employment that matched the standards of the industry
Great benefits; flexible working, working from home, loads of training and development opportunities. Excellent career progression opportunities and great work life balance.
30 days leave after 5 years of service, 10.5 public days holidays and a good pension
Best thing is the truly amazing pension package which is currently worth around 100% boost to basic pay.
I found the Civil Service to be an extremely beneficial organisation to work for. Public Holidays, Annual leave and leave from Flexi Time built up went towards a lot of time off.
Good learning opportunities and networks to join
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