Half of staff at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) are unhappy with the way the organisation is run, an increase in dissatisfaction compared with two years ago.
According to a Freedom of Information request submitted by the Financial Times only half of the 2,272 staff who answered an internal survey said they held their employer in positive regard. The FCA has...
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