Working for a company that is at the forefront of it's market is exciting. The brand is greatly admired by its customers. The company feels stable, my job feels secure. The management are innovative and plan for the future. You get the feeling they really care about the company and have recognition in their staff's ability to drive this vision. Having the opportunity to work on cutting edge technology with the pipeline to back it up is fantastic.
The work/life balance sometimes suffers due to the nature of my personal job role. I expect this would be the same of similar roles as different companies however.
The company invests in it's people and recognises their important role in the organisation.
The people at work are alright, and you can achieve a decent work life balance that you can not elsewhere. When you do over time you get it knock it off real work timings and go home early, and thats really appreciated.
The pay is very bad. The annula pay rises arent great either. There is no appraisal culture. There is almost no career progression to speak off, you're mostly stuck where you started, there is no room for ambition. Resource managers are pathetic, and abusive. And almost all of the managers are sorely lacking emotional quotient and highly techincally inept, with absolutely no understanding of the industry.
Good work life balance even though the company is going downhill.
Trying to work with teams that don't work with you. If your don't live locally then you won't fit in. No working from home and constant mico management.
It's not the most friendliest place to work. Some of the change management team do their best to not help if you need it. Cap and other companies beat Computacenter hands down.
They made me take 2 drug screens which I passed and have the results for but won’t let me start the job bc they said my test results are not in. The most unprofessional company ever!
They can’t even get drug test results read that are negative the people are incompetent.