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For the Ipswich office, the look is casual. Jeans, t-shirts, trainers considered acceptable work wear. Not a professional look.

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Very dependent on your manager. Some are very supportive of all aspects of sick leave, including mental health, and the company has support available for mental health and disability, and private medical cover. However HR policies are not well understood by management so some may be unsure how to handle sick leave situations.

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They asked what I was looking to get out of this work experience .

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Middle managers get no communication or consistency from upper management and little to no reward for the extra responsibility of managing a team.

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Dealing with the backlog of tasks that occur through a mistake somewhere up the chain

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Extensive checks... almost to the point I didn't join.... after an FCA check, residential check and a Criminal check HR started asking questions about my mothers maiden name and fathers background... and stuff they really didn't need to know.... more checks than any other company I've worked in in the last 20 years.

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In certain departments, work exceeds the contracted hours and inflexibility to reduce hours to suit family needs as well as work.

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I had an online application form, a video interview, and then an assessment centre.

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Different for every department

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