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What Employees Say
I worked at University of Nottingham part-time for more than a year
Friendly hours, nice staff, lots of training and support as and when needed.
Lots of independent work if you prefer working regularly in a team.
I worked at MHR full-time
Some of the people who work there look after you and try to get you through the initial horrors.
The training program is an initial 6-8 week schedule where you are taught the basics of the system you are then left to it until something goes wrong and then all hell to pay. The company made me... feel worthless and incapable and after a period of absence from work caused by stress was then let go. I have no ill will towards MHR and I'm sure they will continue to make money but the attitude the senior/middle management have towards any one that questions them or their ideas is outdated at best. Its an old boys club at best.
Advice to Management
Carry on and the future will pass you by but all the time you are all too scared to question decisions from the top the company will fall further and further behind.