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    Changing culture sucking the joy out of a once great place to work

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Bristol, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Bristol, England (UK)

    I have been working at Iop Publishing full-time


    Great benefits (good holiday allowance and pension, but maternity package isn't great). Nice cafe on site with good coffee for a cheap price and occasionally good food.Good social scene in the lower graded jobs, everyone is very friendly below grade 4. Above that, they tend to look down on you. Company working on communication, so there are now lots of avenues to provide feedback.


    Strong blame culture, everything rolls downhill. Has become more corporate than before which is having an effect on the once-friendly atmosphere of the place. Some departments are quite isolated from the others. Don't expect any support unless you are grade 5 or above. Very little movement internally; its extremely hard to be promoted in pretty much every department, no matter how good you are at what you do. Managers tendto hire from outside rather than promote. Personal growth encouraged, but any achievements are ignored/immaterial to your review.

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    Be more approachable: have informal meetings with staff, not just managers. Allow more room for staff to grow/move up. Show you appreciate ALL the teams you manage, not just the most impressive one. Prove that you believe maintenance is just as important as delivery.

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