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8 days ago

Technical Presales Consultant

BT Birmingham, England

will include : Promoting the launch of new products and developing customer solutions to meet their demands. Providing specialist Pre Sales support…

8 days ago

Customer Service Specialist

BT Watford, East of England, England

• A strong background in telecommunications , ideally mobility . • Experience in…

30+ days ago

Finance Analyst - Bristol

BT South West England

KEY PURPOSE OF ROLE To own and deliver a diverse portfolio of recurring and ad hoc transactional, control and analytical tasks arising from the… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Head of Programme Management

BT Sheffield, England

He/she is responsible for the delivery of programmes (individually or part of a small portfolio) that enable our internal and external clients to… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Commercial and Pricing Analyst

BT Sheffield, England

This role is ideal for someone who is pro-active, keen to learn and wants to develop quickly. Essential Criteria 1 Strong commercial and strategic… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Systems and Process Assistant Accountant

BT South West England

KEY PURPOSE OF ROLE To own and deliver a diverse portfolio of recurring and ad hoc transactional, control and analytical tasks arising from the… Glassdoor

7 days ago

Systems Engineer

BT Sheffield, England

Whatever your career ambitions, Plusnet is committed to giving you everything needed in order to help you achieve your goals whether it’s skills… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Team Leader Customer Service

BT Leeds, England

Plusnet understands that people are at the heart of creating great customer experiences. We are looking for a manager who believes in… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Solutions Architect (Telco OSS/BSS required)

BT Sheffield, England

Work with business stakeholders and functional and technical platform architects to achieve a framework for subsequent solution design which is… Glassdoor

29 days ago

HR Assistant (Maternity Cover)

BT Sheffield, England

• Liaise with recruitment agencies where required to progress the recruitment process. • Support the HR team with organising and delivering… Glassdoor

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    Former Employee - PM2  in  Ipswich, England (UK)
    Former Employee - PM2 in Ipswich, England (UK)

    I worked at BT full-time for more than 10 years


    Working from home is possible.

    Ability to move around the business even abroad if you build internal networks.

    Easy to stay and count the money if you are strong enough to adopt a certain mindset about getting into work and getting home and the possible repercussions of only working 9-5.


    Traditional long standing company that still does very well from the myth that all BT people are paid a small fortune. Some BT salaries and terms were super competitive until mid 90s. Release package payments are a fraction of what they used to be and it is becoming harder to get paid release.

    BT is reknowned for badly practised performance management. BT and union comms are often contradictory on how the process is applied and the company is still not meeting it's targets for reducing its global head count.

    Some of the people I still know at BT remain in small niche teams operating as 'mates' I.e. Vendor security and data analysis and they seem to be left alone but many are in larger platform teams (Adastral Park) often managed remotely from India or the US where the management are hard micro managers.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Difficult but to choose one I would say apply a better defined and transparent performance management system and keep promises on pay and bonuses.

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