NATIONAL GALLERY
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NATIONAL GALLERY Employee Review

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4.0
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10 July 2016
A wonderful place to work. Every body is nice, great culture within the staff and the place itself. Everybody knows everyone. It is the most pleasent place that I have worked and have so many find memories
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5.0Culture
Pros
Many
Cons
The odd bully they soon go
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