Amazing work atmosphere, with a fun work culture that makes it easy to achieve a good work-life balance. The company is very pro-employee in its policies. Benefits are great. The work itself is interesting with a lot of freedom provided in how you approach it. Employees get along very well, and collaborate frequently.
The company is lacking a solid and inspiring vision, the senior management in particular seemingly almost bored. Promotion is based on tenure and not on merit, while also being heavily influenced by your networking within the company. Work hours can be long.
Staff are all grafters and very bright Organisation has outlets all over the world and there are many possibilities of working in the different places across the business around the globe Company puts on some great socials All staff have opportunity to earn a nice bonus if they do well
Restrictive hierarchical structure. In some areas of the business progression is completely locked down to a level 2 and you are cannot get beyond this because that's just the nature of the team. Whereas in other areas you can go up to a level 6.
Company gives us £300 to spend on ourselves once a year as a treat – spa days and holidays are popular choices
The company is very pro employee. There are great benefits, and you can have a very good work life balance here. There is a nice warm company culture at the work place that makes working here quite fun. There is a lot of interesting work too, so you will never get bored.
There is no vision projected from the management, the company seems aimless. The hours can occassionally get very long. There are no opportunities to grow professionalyl or inside the company. The promotion process depends on tenure and how close you are the management. There is no clear career progression path.
Promotions linked to social circle, not merit
Pay is competitive and the company is at the forefront of data science in context of retail marketing.
Working with Tesco isn't that awe inspiring, particularly during their biggest crisis. Lots of restructures, leading to uncertainty, leading to disgruntled people
The culture is special