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Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C) Reviews
Reviews by Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C) graduate employees
- PM&C provides a large variety of areas to work across, so graduates and other employees can get incredible amounts of experience while there.
- The different and diverse experiences you can have all within the one department. Each work area has a different perspective and unique view which allows you to continue to learn and build upon new skills.
- The diversity of work that is offered across the department, and the effort of the grad program to make sure you work across as many different areas as possible.
- Broad experience at the forefront of government.
- The exposure to a wide range of Government processes and core policy. The focus on work-life balance and well being.
- The turnover at PM&C is very high. Supervisors and coworkers can leave and be replaced quickly, which can make working there slightly more difficult if you prefer a consistent environment.
- At times the department misses the mark on work life balance and some areas are less willing to change work practices in line with the rest of the department.
- Working within the Public Service hierarchy and working directly to (sometimes unstable) politics.
- Sometimes hard to achieve what you want, it’s a big machine that needs significant push to get moving.
- Managing situations that you may personally disagree with and continuing to effectively performing your job.