(based on 13 ratings in 2019)
"Flexibility is one of the main driving factors. My team probably has less flexibility than others, but that's the nature of the role sometimes."Graduate,
"Work is very flexible when needed. Completing work is a priority but the society is more than accommodating if you are delivering."Entry level, Coventry
"Hours are extremely flexible. As long as you do your 35 hours a week (seven hours a day) and complete your allocated work, you can do them in whatever capacity you like. Work from home is also encouraged. There have been times when I do not have enough work to fill the hours and therefore I need to find work that may or may not exist."Graduate, Coventry
"There is some flexibility in work hours because it's an area of the business that works outside of office hours. My manager is always accommodating when it comes to working overtime to accrue time off for appointments and things like that. There are opportunities for overtime fairly often."Graduate, Coventry
"Hours are generally flexible and some departments provide the option to work from home (usually around a day a week). Hours can increase during busy periods, but this is not unusual for any other organisation."Graduate, Coventry
"We can work from home up to two days a week. We have flexible start and finish times as well as being able to take an hour lunch or half-hour lunch."Graduate, Coventry
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