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6 days ago

HR Advisor

EDF Energy Crawley, West Sussex, South East England, England

You will be responsible for providing support and co-ordination for all employment cases within a designated process (discipline, grievance… Reed.co.uk


7 days ago

Manager of Business Development - Energy Services

EDF Energy Crawley, West Sussex, South East England, England

The overall purpose of this role is to successfully develop, lead and manage a team of highly skilled individuals who are principally tasked to… www.experteer.co.uk


10 days ago

CandSF Reward Consultant

EDF Energy Crawley, West Sussex, South East England, England

We are currently recruiting for a Reward Consultant on a fixed term contract for 12 months based in Crawley. You will be responsible for balancing… Adzuna


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Vincent de Rivaz
23 Ratings
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    Ok but used to be better

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    Current Employee - Team Manager in Hove, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Team Manager in Hove, England (UK)

    I have been working at EDF Energy full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    EDF energy pay a good salary and incentives to its staff and have good working conditions

    Cons

    At the moment the biggest challenge for my level at EDF Energy is whether you will have a job in a couple of months due to cuts in the manager level staff. We were told this a few day before Christmas which was a great Christmas present and although they have tried to keep us informed of the situation still not knowing the process is not good. It makes you feel that although you are doing a great job this is not recognised and makes you wander whether you want to continue working for a employer that doesn't necessarily recognise this. Until recently I would have been happy to recommend EDF Energy as a great place to work and a company who really cared about their employees. I understand the pressures of the need to operate a profit making business but does that mean we have to sacrifice other areas.

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    We need to start to care about our employees more again and also stop fire fighting all the time

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