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‘Depends on your manager but usually fine’
‘There is sick pay because you get paid for the whole year and money isnt deducted from your monthly pay.’
Fantastic pension. A good work-life balance is available for those who prioritise it. On the whole, salaries will be lower than in comparison to those with equivalent responsibility in the private sector.
Flexi time Work from home 25 days holiday
Holiday is 25 days a year, get 1 day extra a year to a max of 30 days. it is encouraged to work from home where possible. There is agreed flexitime (not sure how it works) pension is top class as you would expect. but that is about it. Training is in abundance if agreed and needed and you can get things such as career and study breaks.
They really care about their staff and do take into account if people dont think they are paid enough.
The pay is lower than the private sector. However, flexible working, working for the public good, good training and pension outweighs the disbenefit.
The pay is well below the private sector industry average hence the reason why many economist work in government and then move on to the private sector.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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