I learnt a lot working for the company, a typical day at symphony I would come in knowing what work needed to be done, I.e the work was set for me in loads so I didn't need to bother anyone unless I was struggling with something. I would be on the reception but also be doing work for the customer service team, alteration benefits etc. I had a good relationship with my management, unfortunately the person that was in charge of the apprentices didn't really understand the choice in my beliefs, she was a strong atheist and was quite unprofessional in the way she spoke to me compared to how she communicated with the rest of the apprentices, this was probably the hardest part of the job because she was who we were supposed to go to if we had issues, this was quickly resolved with a meeting with my manager explaining how I was feeling followed by a meeting with my manager and her. I got on well with all of my co-workers (apart from this incident). The most enjoyable part of this job was just being able to communicate with people on a daily basis.
Paid for transportation