I have been working at Anglian Water full-time (More than a year)
Line managers push you to succeed without it being the main focus, progression throughout the company and good training sessions and team bonding
Can sometimes be not a good work home balance (more work than home) and sometimes a lot more expected from you that on your job description with no monetary reward.
I applied online. I interviewed at Anglian Water (Peterborough, England) in July 2017.
It was relatively simple, I applied using my cv and cover letter, to be fair they responded quickly and I was invited to an interview in Peterborough. The interview was fairly simple, they gave me 10 minutes to talk about myself and then provided a diagram of an office with its community and I was asked where to build a car park. How it would affect the community. Was it worth building? After the interview I never heard from them.
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