Customer Service Advisor (Former Employee) – Hertfordshire – 15 November 2017
I very much enjoyed my job role here and people were really lovely to work with including management i enjoyed my job role and would be applying for a role here again if the title and hours were to suit me.
Community Finance Officer (Former Employee) – Stevenage, Hertfordshire – 31 October 2017
In later years harassed all the working day due to management style and need to cut costs mostly at my expense. I learnt not to trust and became disillusioned and complacent which was not a good place to be. The hardest part of the job was the consistent harassment by management preventing me from doing my job. The most enjoyable part of the job was the general public/residents of Hertfordshire County Council.
Good work life balance but opportunities for career progression poor.
HR Officer (Former Employee) – Hertford – 16 October 2017
Good people to work with but workplace culture can be slow to move forward. Management is mixed and some are not geared up to manage people through change or challenge. Hardest part of job was managing people's expectations. Most enjoyable part of job was the people.
Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) – Hertfordshire – 26 September 2017
No sick pay, stressful, no incentives, no bonuses, no thanks!!! Low pay....doesn't even cover my bills....I have to work two other jobs. They take advantage of the fact I enjoy working with children and exploit it!!!!!! I lose £50 per day for the first two days off sick, which is actually more than I would earn!!!!!
Watching children gain confidence and progress.
Poor pay, no sick pay....high expectations for no reward.
Support Worker (Current Employee) – Bushey, Hertfordshire – 1 September 2017
The working environment is inclusive with potential for progression to senior management and switching of roles; promotes value added working attitudes, diversity; holistic (team work); person centredness approach (i.e. client's oriented support and care); just to mention few.
There are plenty of employees' motivational schemes, such as market forces payments, shipping vouchers, flexible working environment, learning & development opportunities.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Apsley – 12 March 2017
Great place to work. Always helpful and fair . Work with Adults with learning disabilities help them back into the workforce. In a caring and freindly environment.. I have managed a fully functioning cafe whilst training Adults with learning disabilities and found it very productive and enjoyable. Customers are very understanding with the trainees and I have personally found that it is a good place to work and have been given support when needed