The people are what makes this organisation a wonderful place to work. I've worked in a regional post and a head office post and can say that in both cases, the teams were fantastic. Everyone pulls together and helps one another, everyone has been so supportive and helpful.
The organisation is on a journey, and I can see huge differences in my welcome from my first role and my new role (started in 2018). I received a welcome card from my team when I joined, and a note from my line manager. It isn't perfect but I can say from my experience that the welcome and support I've been given is better than any organisation I have worked for before.
The pay is comparable to the market. I have flexibility and autonomy in my role and I have more direct feedback and time with my manager than any previous company.
The best part of the role is the opportunity for team building and celebrating milestones. The hardest part of the role is the workload, there is a lot to do and sometimes it feels as if there isn't enough time to do it - but I haven support from my team and my line manager to help with this, I never feel on my own.
Excellent welcome, excellent recognition (employee of the month schemes, long service schemes, informal thank you etc)
There is a lot to be done, it keeps you busy but this can be challenging at times