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The team and culture of the company is great, with plenty of training and a supportive management team when times may get a little tough. There only two negatives in my opinion is the hours of work expected* and the low amount of pay compared to market averages for what is expected. *they use flexible working but realistically, you will always work minimum 40 hours on a 38 contract and even then feel judged for leaving the office.
Long hours and low pay
I've worked here for more than 5 years in the support staff (not client-facing). Job progression is near non-existent and there is a huge rate of staff turnover. Pay increases are next to non-existent and some of the middle management have no idea what you are doing, they will think you're doing little even if you are busting your behind and working long hours. And vice-versa you can be doing not much, take long lunches, work 7 hour days (if that) and be considered just awesome! When the superannuation increase happened a year or so ago, the increase came out of employee's base salary, it didn't come from the employer. They are currently trying to outsource jobs and are adept at forcing people to leave so they don't have to retrench them. Would NOT recommend.
9 to 5
No progression, some awful managers in middle management.
Chasing up the payment, credit focus role. Great communication skills and problem solving skills friendly team mate and good company culture. chasing up the payment to fullfill the deadline. I feel so enjoyable when the payment come in by weekly debt management
Great culture, team lunch and annual benifits
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