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Employees rate Hove 22.7% lower than the overall average
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I worked at EDF full-time (More than 10 years)
EDF is a great place to work with lots of benefits across all sites- some have on-site gyms, coffee shops, other have good deals with gyms nearby. On site counselling & physiotherapy has to be an usual benefit and one other employers could learn from. There are opportunities to progress - not just through the normal routes but into analysts, marketing etc
A heavy emphasis on cost in recent times and sometimes this seems more important than anything. Some quite noticeable differences in rules according to which dept you work in which seems unfair when on a single site.
Advice to Management
Keep listening to your staff and keep up the visibility of senior managers- this always goes down well. Key messages should come directly from top down to avoid misinterpretation
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I applied in-person. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at EDF (Hove, England (UK)) in November 2013.
There are generally 2 interviewers who taketurn asking questions and are generally very easy to talk to. They tend to make people very comfortable. You are allowedto comeback to a question if you cannot think of a suitableanswer immediately. the questions are generally competency based. So you will have to draw examples from previous work experience.