Team leader/Events Co-ordinator (Current Employee) – Euston Square Station – 4 July 2018
Currently working for this company and so far it has been the most stressful job that I have worked in.
not only do you have to do your job, but also do other peoples job since they don't know what they're doing.
I was promised many things before joining the team for example, promotion they told me there are many opportunities to grow within the Wellcome Trust Foundation, but all that has happened is my workload being increased and my pay remaining the same.
my social life is practical nil, since the working ours are basically all day until 10pm. have no time to go out or anything.
Data Entry Assistant (Former Employee) – Euston – 17 January 2018
This work placement gave me useful experience which should benefit me in the long run if I decide to work in this field. I particularly enjoyed helping customers with disability’s as I can relate to their struggles!
Finance Analyst (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 5 January 2018
- Excellent working conditions - Great people - Amazing benefits e.g. pension, annual leave, subsidised restaurant and cafe, parties, bar, gym - Can be a disconnect between senior management and middle management
Pension, annual leave, subsidised restaurant and cafe, parties, bar, gym
Can be a disconnect between senior management and middle management
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Cambridge – 8 January 2017
I would just like to apply for jobs on this website and not review my current employer.
However since I am being asked to. There are great lab spaces where I work, good people, coffee and good team work. I have had opportunities to go to conferences and present back to the team. Generally staff are friendly and sociable.
The Wellcome Trust has some great ideas to work towards but let's itself down with the Senior Management constantly changing so making any change or driving business forward is always moving so defining any strategy is very difficult,
Some of the work is repetitive and does feel like it's based back in the early 90's but on the plus side, everybody is nice and everybody wants to help.