Unite is a decent enough employer by my standards. A lot of inter office politics and gossiping but would you expect anything else from an office based environment?
Salary does not positively reflect the amount of work this company actually requires from you but is fair enough for someone with no mortgage or children. If you have either....
That aside no day is the same and the people themselves are nice enough. Management are very relatable, maybe too much sometimes, and dedicated. However favourites are very apparent.
The hardest part of working with Unite is the sheer energy the job requires. Although the people you work with and the environments are generally very nice and the company does take care of you in terms of little treats throughout the year such as unexpected bonus', nibbles etc. I find that for a position that pays so little I am far too tired at the end of my day to even consider doing anything else to make some extra money to make up the shortfall I feel every month after paying the bills.
No matter how nice a place is to work if the bottom line doesn't make sense you can only stay so long.