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

Here's what people have said about working and interviewing at Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).

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Would i need to work a Saturday or could i book them off has flexi or a day off. Got job interview and i am not sure now if its going to be suitable because i have just bought a caravan thank you x

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Usually one Saturday in 4 weeks, depends on Office working from. Most do not work at weekends. Would not be able to book weekend off as flexi, as part of the conditions of work depending on Office.

Answered - Administration officer (Former Employee) - Nationwide

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Yes if you’re a member of the pathetic caravan club for morons

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Saturdays have not been brought in as mandatory yet. They are still optional overtime.

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Most jobs in DWP are worked from Monday to Friday, however sometimes overtime on Saturdays and Sundays are available but not compulsary

Answered - Adminstration officer (Former Employee) - Newcastle upon Tyne

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Employee Deal ahs been introduced recently and all who signed in has to adhere to the rules-benefits are flexi but Saturday working was mentioned and most people area aware and all is completed weeks in advance on a rota basis which is fair and simple.

Answered - DWP (Current Employee) - Merthyr Tydfil

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No Saturday work.

Answered - Executive Officer (Former Employee) - Llanelli, Carmarthenshire

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