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OneSouthwarkBridge
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January 1970

The power / decision-making is in London thus regional offices are not the place to be if you're interested in climbing the ladder.

Job Satisfaction Level
3.0
$100k-$150k
$10k-$20k
20 paid / 13 unpaid
This maternity leave policy may no longer be in affect after the company was purchased by Nikkei (sale closed Dec 2015). The UK statutory maternity pay kicks in after the 20 weeks of paid leave from the employer. That lasts for 19 weeks. Then there were 13 weeks of unpaid leave
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They are very flexible and accommodating to mothers and fathers. Working from home is common for both genders (parents and child-free, both).
Depends on the job function and manager...If you join, choose a role on the digital (vs. print) side of the organization.
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Madam Goalie VP
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January 1970

The FT is generally a friendly and family-friendly place, for both men and women. There are women in leadership positions but it does feel slightly antiquated as an institution, including having white males in their 40s and 50s running the place.

Job Satisfaction Level
4.0
>$150k
$20k-$50k
8 hours
6 paid / 14 unpaid
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