Ministry of Finance - Spain
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    Hard work, long hours, lots of experience.

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)
    Distrito Federal (Mexico)

    ProsYou develop a lot of new skills and learn a lot. It is a very technical job, with a lot of reading to do.

    ConsThe hours are criminal, 12 hours every day is way to much to endure for a long time. It might be a good idea for a couple of years but after that I would recommend moving somwhere else.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    good working environment but limited progress

    International Relations Associate (Current Employee)

    Prosstable job with comparatively good benefits as with all civil jobs. If do not make any mistakes it is unlikely you will be sacked

    ConsHowever, there is a lack of progression and stifles one's drive in the long term. Possible to land a better job elsewhere with same qualifications

    Advice to Senior ManagementLook at the employees individually and spend more time accessing them. Be more generous with praises and commend on good performances more often

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    Alright, but not much scope for advancement if u r not scholar

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

    Pros- flexible working hours
    - work from home
    - flexibilty to propose solutions
    -nice colleagues

    Cons-slow career progression for non scholars
    - many approving authority
    - good / interesting projects and opportunities are reserved for scholars
    - work trice as hard to be recognised if u r not a scholar

    Advice to Senior Management- elitism drives good officers away.
    - equality in opportunities and exposure

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    Better Compensation, Low Visibility

    Computer Systems Analyst (Current Employee)
    Manama (Bahrain)

    ProsGood reputation
    High Salary range for right candidates
    Sufficient gaps between assignments
    Work recognition

    ConsNo appraisals at all
    Experience matters, not the talents

    Advice to Senior Managementno comments

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    Productive and a great learning experience

    Administrative Professional (Current Employee)
    Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago)

    ProsFlextime, exposure various agencies and monitoring, evaluation and implementation policies which aid in career advancement

    ConsCompensation process is very slow and sometimes inaccurate

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Very good experience

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
    Buenos Aires (Argentina)

    ProsDepending of the area, you can find well trained economist, good environment and you can learn a lot. Good place if you choose carefully the area.

    ConsDisparities among areas. Some of them are dull, others are quite active and motivating. No competitive salaries. Dificulties to move to another job after a long period of time.

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    Its ok

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)

    ProsGood work life balance for all employees. Its an excellent place if you want a stable career

    ConsGood starting pay, but promotions are relatively slow compared peers outside. But highly stable - Never heard of anyone being fired ever

    Advice to Senior ManagementPlease hold shorter meetings rather than gather all management for weekly meetings. Will be good to use point forms for note taking

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Exciting

    Budget Coordinator (Current Employee)
    Giv`at Ram (Israel)

    ProsYou learn a lot and you get to work on the most important issues in the country.

    ConsToo many work hours, no work life balance.

    Advice to Senior ManagementKnow how to balance the work load.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Fine

    Intern (Former Employee)
    Warsaw (Poland)

    ProsThe internship was fine, though a little boring. Friendly staff. Flexible working hours. Own computer, room and mobile phone and coffee.

    ConsBoring, colleagues had little time. The worst thing was that it was unpaid and I was left on my own to do everything - recived little support.

    Advice to Senior ManagementHelp interns feel more appreciated and reward them so as to attract friendly and gifted people. Motivate workers and help with their tasks. Inspire

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Working with Provincial Government sucks

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
    Guelph, ON (Canada)

    Pros- No work at all
    - Three times coffee breaks
    - Shorter hours of works

    Cons- Dirty Politics
    - Coworkers dont like if you work smarter
    - Conflict of Interest, Auditor who is also a farmer and owns big piece of land audits the same program offered by the Ministry of Agriculture where he is also a program participant as a Farmer

    Advice to Senior Management- Should run conflict of Interest within the auditors
    - Should encourage people who really wants to work
    - Create fair and diversity culture infact not only on written paper

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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