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Architects drop out of best employer list


I'm not suprised given my recent experience of working for a big practice in London which spent £50k on its christmas party, but in Janurary began by laying off three of its part I and II graduates - who were the hardest working - followed by 10 young part III staff who all happening to be non-nationals. The industry is suffering from huge levels of mis-management and poor relationships between managers and staff. It isn't the greedy directors on +£120k salaries that are affected, its the +£20k everyday staff who put in the stupid amounts of overtime for nothing.

Posted date

10 March, 2009

Posted time

11:30 am


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