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Lead Business Analyst/Functional Architect

Barclays London, England

Barclays Investment Banking are urgently look for a Business analyst to lead the functional design, analysis, and business change of agreed projects… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sales Manager

barclays bank Durban, NL +2 locations

Determines annual unit and gross-profit plans by implementing marketing strategies; analyzing trends and results.Establishes sales objectives by… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

AVP - Financial Control - CIB SOx Team

Barclays London, England

Perform Design Effectiveness Assessment (DEA) for in scope processes and identify areas for improvement. Perform Operating Effectiveness testing of… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Head of Digital Studio

Barclays London, England

The success of everyone at Barclays is measured by their ability to put our customers at the centre of their day. To do that in this role, you'll… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Manager Digital Innovation

Barclays London, England

You'll work closely with Digital Office Technology teams to identify key areas for improvement, using your expertise to suggest effective solutions… Glassdoor

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    Barclays Woolwich Branch Work/Life ratio and working environment.

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    Current Employee - Moment Banker in Ashford, Kent, South East England, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Moment Banker in Ashford, Kent, South East England, England (UK)

    I have been working at Barclays


    Only reason I chose to work for with them was as it was easy to get job with them and the transport commuting is easy as it is near a station and bus. Also parkiing permit given.


    Managements spying on staff to the extent that they will come into the TOILET to tell you to hurry up as the customer queue is getting big!!! Even when ones just gone in, is this not bullying in the work place?. Management has a habit of picking on selected certain staff also. When it comes to emergency childcare management tells staff "get your finances in order so that you can afford a proper child career or get a bigger mortgage from Barclays to help you. Others get away with more than simple wrong doings and attitudes. When a complaint is made about this the management hide their favourites by making statements similar to "each person is dealt with on individual circumstances", "confidentiality" or "they will be spoken to". They still continue to do the wrongs. Management get transfers as "They find it too busy a branch from my old one....I can't take this." Other staff can't get transfers as "there's too much going on" as being the answer. Well if they find things "too much going on" then they are not worthy of being managers. Managers stick up for each other even when they are wrong. When challenged to many things the reply is "It's down to managers discretion", this even applies to getting time off for child sickness and doctors appointments etc.. Even cash differance are taken likely when made by certain staff and management come down hard on others who don't even make often or great value errors- favouritism. This is then paraded between themselves as an example setter...just to get marks and say "I have done my jobs" but they have done more wrong by NOT doing their job where it counts, both to company and colleagues. Customers are persuaded to take insurance and package account even when it is obviously not suitable for them. Management encourage this for the income for the branch.
    No work life understanding by management, they just want to look at company. There attitude an behaviour is having a negative effect on staff and moral and also work productivity.

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    Open your eyes and be fair to all.

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