IT Prgramme Delivery Director (Current Employee) – Burgess Hill, West Sussex – 8 August 2018
Amex an amazing place to work. There are always plenty of opportunities to develop and the people are amazing. You need to accept change as the norm and be accepting of the frequent organisation changes
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Brighton, East Sussex – 25 June 2018
this is a great first job, although the 0 hours aspect meant i didnt get a steady amount of work, with shifts being taken very quickly. i also worked on matchdays, which meant when the game was on, there was an hour and a half of unpaid work, waiting to go back for another hour or so. aside from this, the management was good and i gained a lot of experience.
Business Development, BanK Partnerships-EMEA (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 2 April 2018
Very good company to work for with many career opportunities. Good benefits and support network internally. I would highly recommend working here. Strong management and great training programs for development.
Senior Manager (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 26 February 2018
An organisation very focused on great leadership and team development. Really encourage employees to move around the organisation, with regular networking opportunities and recruitment starts from inside the organisation.
The usual negatives of a large organisation, e.g. limitations of salary when moving roles internally, and politics between teams. But overall a great place to work.
Flexible working, great leadership, team culture
Salary limitations with internal moves, politics between some teams
Project Manager (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 14 January 2018
Good career opportunities ,fair pay and compensation. Leadership can have a one track mind. If you don’t want to progress that is often frowned upon like you are lazy. It’s who you know no what you know.
Accounting Clerk & Assistant Analyst (Current Employee) – London – 25 December 2017
Great colleagues who are all very intelligent and bright Great work ethic Great work life balance Numerous networks to join Inclusion of all cultures and sexes It’s all about how you perform via the scoring method, which may not always be fair Archaic methodology Constantly changing the systems Management do not listen to staff and clients Cost cutting exercises all of the time