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General Manager

King's Greer, SC

Established Manufactured Home Company seeking a motivated and driven individual to take the reigns as General Manager and help us succeed and grow… King's


6 days ago

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (dependant on experience)

KINGS COLLEGE LONDON London, England

The Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) South London pools the clinical and research expertise of both the NHS… Glassdoor


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    King's College London, the place where the word 'consultation' means we have decided to make staff cuts

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    I worked at King's College London full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    No place I have worked has less solidarity among staff, they are all too scared of losing their jobs not to do as they are told.

    Cons

    Senior management do not want to listen, they treat teaching and administrative staff with contempt, award themselves absurd salaries, hire people without advertising their jobs, and run the College through a culture of bullying and lies.
    Ask in any job interview how much the college has paid out to employment lawyers.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Find out what people do in the College. Cross Waterloo Bridge and see what happens in the Strand. Take active steps to support those staff embers suffering from stress and depression. Cease doing silly things like getting expensive gowns from Westwood and making Jo Brand a Fellow of King's. Follow agreed practice about meetings with staff you wish to sack, so that union representatives are present. Answer the letters of protest from all over the word: your silence does incredible damage to the reputation of the College.

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