Questions and Answers about Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)

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Recruit more staff

Answered - Customer Adviser (Current Employee) - Scotland

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I wasn't fired if that's what the question is asking nor did i quit it was for basic training and some experience for getting back into work again.

Answered - Office Assistant (Former Employee) - Bournemouth, Dorset

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Listen to front line staff. If they say something is not going to work, they are probably right.

Answered - Assistant Work Coach (Personal Adviser) (Former Employee) - Lancashire

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Promote employees based on skills and not time served

Answered - Administrator (Former Employee) - Sunderland, Tyne and Wear

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Employ managers with proven track records and results, not ones who can just write nicely

Answered - Caseworker (Former Employee) - Plymouth / Roborough

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Not promote due to working relatinships.

Answered - Work Coach/Executive Officer (Former Employee) - Machynlleth, Powys

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Listen to the people who are the back bone of the business. The ones who are desperate to help people less fortunate and who work so hard to improve people's lives. Stop promoting bullies.

Answered - Executive Officer (Current Employee) - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

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Get a grip. Treat people equally. They do not listen. They do not care.

Answered - Executive Officer work coack (Current Employee) - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

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