over worked and under valued. High expectations
Pros: Flexible to an extent
Cons: Under valued and no equality
Working for Interserve Learning and Employment is very full on, it takes over your life if you let it. There is very little time for your family and they will not stop you from working 60+ hours a week.
There is little or no support with things and there does appear to be managers managing managers!!!
The company also does not offer a lot in the way of progression, if you are happy remaining as an over worked, under paid trainer/assessor then this is the place to work.