Western Cape Provincial Parliament
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Was no too much pressure we were working on our own without supervision. I learned to work independently because the Members were always out of office. The management were depending on us too much because they were always on meetings. The hardest only when the Members doing the Annual Report was affecting us too much because every documents his \she going to use we must know it. I really enjoyed because they were talking on lunches and when they go on recession we were all taking slow to our work


Bags, dinners


8 hours
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good organisation, bad management

it is a good place to work in, only if management mindset would change eg living politics for politicians. The most enjoyable part was to assist members of the public ie working away from the organisation
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Productive and Great workin Environment

Normal day attending calls on helpdesk email account . I am still learning alot i have less than 5 months of experience so am knew to the technical support field. Management is good. The culture here is that you friendly to your colleauges and speak out if you have problems with someone. Experiencing different technical problems and troubleshooting because am still inexperienced. Learning something new everyday


birth day lunches
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Productive and very hardworking

I have learnt many different things such as doing my job better and assisting others. i always had a wonderful day at work because the staff was pleasant to work with.


Free lunch, friendly staff


long hours
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Controlled and Legislative environment

Being in the public service, Provincial Parliament has a mandate to serve all citizens of the Western Cape. These include passing provincial laws. There is thus, a very controlled audited environment as it involves working with Tax payers moneys. The culture is not very progressive and rather subscribes to minimalistic in nature. Provincial parliament has a very flat structure where there is very little room for vertical growth, however, it leaves room for extensive learning in various other areas of function. I get see the political side of things and how the province is governed and meet many politicians, Our primary aim is to ensure that Political office bearers are sufficiently equipped to fulfill their mandate in terms of IT equipment and software accessibility.


Interacting with political role players in the province


Not very progressive career structure
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3,4 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3,0 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
3,1 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
2,4 out of 5 stars for Management
3,0 out of 5 stars for Culture

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