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30+ days ago

IT Security Compliance Analyst

Kingfisher Southampton, England

• Define, own and maintain the schedule for compliance and vulnerability / security risk assessments. • Ensure security reviews… Kingfisher

30+ days ago

SQL Server DBA Technical Lead

Kingfisher Southampton, England

Job Title: Reporting To: Job Purpose: Database Technical Leader (SQL Server) DBA Manager This role is responsible for the environmental… Kingfisher

30+ days ago

Group Design Specilaist - Wintel

Kingfisher Southampton, England

Purpose of role Working in a small group of peers, the purpose of the role is to generate high level designs in response to Business/Project… Kingfisher

30+ days ago

Infrastructure Portfolio Manager

Kingfisher Southampton, England

Context & Purpose: Kingfisher IT Services (KITS) provides IT solutions and Service Delivery to a number of the Kingfisher operating companies. Within… Kingfisher

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    I worked at Kingfisher


    Can't think of any yes that bad!


    The desk is run like a concentration camp,no talking amongst colleagues unless it involves work, no breaks allowed, if your from your chair for more then 10 minutes you are questioned about your whereabouts upon return, no progression allowed unless you seriously complete some hardcore probationary brownosing, even then very little chance of progressing on to another team due to lack of exposure to their systems, leads push you to take only half an hour lunch every day and if you decline you are considered to be disruptive to the team and not exebit the behaviour required.

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    Speak to each employee individually, get feedback and act upon it, recognise individual strengths and weaknesses and them in the area that would best suite the company, do not leave it to the leads who are incompetent if making decisions,

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