IAG was once a great company to work for, constant restructures ruined the culture - it appears upper management are making the wrong decisions given the many restructures.
It appears the restructures are on a trial and error basis and not backed by actual data or facts - I.e. they made a certain area redundant then brought it back because they made the wrong decision.
My last year there wasn't pleasant, I was denied career development because the department I worked in was ' Too Busy' to let anyone leave on secondment etc - it seems being an external applicant is ideal.
Was always told to 'Play the Game' if I wanted to get somewhere, even management encouraged this - seems being fake is how these individuals advanced in there careers and once they are in their ideal role the true colours begin to show.
On a more positive note, my first 2 years there were fantastic - its sad to see a reputable company and household name go down the drain.
Look after your good staff IAG, Happy Employee = Happy Customer & Positive workplace.
Some Flexibility and incentives
Constant Restructures and no career development - over promised and under-delivered