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‘they follow the government standard’
‘Very good for some people. Useless for others ’
‘A proper flexible plan where your additional hours may be spent on when you need off - with a grown up conversation with your line manager the only requirement to taking leave you've earned!’
The best benefits are truly flexible working hours as well as the variety and challenging nature of work. There is lots of opportunity to progress your career across a multitude of technical and professional disciplines. There are lots of motivated and talented people to work with.
Best: Flexi Time, WFH, Travel Great place to work if you do not want much progression or a debt free life. Worst: Pay, Bonus, Lack of progression.
Very good package but a lot of change at moment so package not good for everyone
Flexible working is brilliant. Training and development opportunities are great. On-site gym with classes for a reduced rate.
Pay was very poor though flexi time was very helpful. Work life balance was good to begin with but once you had your feet under the table then the work load would become unmanageable at times.
On site gym, cafeteria (overpriced, average quality), free car parking. Work from home and flexi time schemes.
Flexible working, annual leave entitlement, paid time off for army reserve training, cheap gym, generally nice people. Pay constraint notsogood.
It's very average even of the civil. service. Pay is lower than elsewhere in Govt. Leave is generous.
Best thing Flexible approach to working positive attitude worst thing base pay is not adequate and has not increased for many years by govt policy.
Flexible working, home working, pretty decent Annual Leave, decent(ish) pension
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