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30+ days ago

Project Manager

BT Sheffield, England

. The group delivers on behalf of internal Plusnet clients and the Project Manager role is a delivery… Glassdoor


1 day ago

Commercial Project Manager – new

BT United Kingdom

Commercial Project Manager - 12651 Job function : Project Management… Project Managers Location: London (Central) with UK travel required… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Network Services Manager

BT Sheffield, England

The Network Services Manager is responsible for a team of Network Engineers who manage and hold central responsibility for the delivery of all… Glassdoor


13 days ago

Procurement Manager - Global Network Services

BT London, England

Procurement Manager - Global Network Services - 07999 Job function : Supply chain Main location : United Kingdom-London-London Schedule… Glassdoor


13 days ago

Product Manager - Broadband, TV, Sport & Voice Propositons

BT London, England

BT Consumer, is the leading provider of consumer telephone voice and broadband services in the UK with a growing pay-TV… Glassdoor


13 days ago

Product Manager: Broadband & TV Quality of Experience and Content Delivery

BT London, England

Product Manager: Broadband & TV Quality of Experience and Content Delivery - 04746 Job function : Product Management Main location : United… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Network Platform Architect

BT Sheffield, England

The Network Platform Architect interprets business requirements into a technical network solution framework. Provide technology roadmaps governed by… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Commercial and Pricing Analyst

BT Sheffield, England

This role is ideal for someone who is pro-active, keen to learn and wants to develop quickly. Essential Criteria 1 Strong commercial and strategic… Glassdoor


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    Excellent employer - and working hard on continuous improvement

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    Current Employee - Manager in London, England (UK)
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    I have been working at BT full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    - Great company that genuinely works hard to try to deliver what customers want, and delivers a product - telecoms and internet - that is in real demand.

    - Sensible work-life balance: there's enough to keep you busy, but you're not expected to be a martyr to work.

    - The company really tries to live its values.

    Cons

    - Flexible working isn't for everyone: many of us would prefer, rather than a 'virtual team', scattered across the UK, a real team, with an office and people you see and speak to every day, and with whom you can go for a drink after work. That said, such roles exist too, and therefore it is simply a question of applying, and being selected, for them.

    - Inevitably, there must be cost savings. This is a consequence of being in a competitive industry in which other companies are vying for market share. This means that we need to evolve to tackle challenges. Sometimes the process of evolving makes people nervous, which causes tension - particularly in longer-serving, older workers who have seen it all before (or think they have...). I doubt this change aspect is any more so than any other major company though - and BT are arguably far better, as they don't make people redundant, they simply move them to a 'redeployment pool' from where they can apply for new jobs (which is a hangover of civil service/public sector days, but one which - regardless of its economic merits - makes for a far more humane employer).

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    I've been working for the company for 11 months, and I'm really impressed. The one thing I would definitely change is hiring policies: at present, hiring managers are artificially constrained to selecting new candidates from the redeployment pool within their own line of business (LoBs), then expanding the search to other LoBs, then advertising internally, then advertising externally. At each stage, managers can only progress to the next stage by rejecting all candidates. This prevents them from seeing (or advertising to) all possible candidates, and selecting the best. While commendable that the redeployment pool is prioritised, it does severely impact managers' autonomy, and the ability to select the best people for the job. Open competition is usually the best option, and I think that it would be here, too.

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