The salary here is pretty good, it is a flexible working environment and an all round rewarding culture to be involved in. Feedback from staff is welcomed and the resources available to staff members allow you to do your role to the very best of your ability. If you feel you need more tools to do your job effectively, management will listen. As long as you are pro-active in stating what you need, you will progress.
Flexibility is required with the hours you work if you want to succeed and go far. But to be honest I think this is the case with so many jobs now, it is becoming the norm.
The management are so supportive of their teams and are doing a fantastic job!
Salary is good and generally the rewards are there for good workers Supportive company ready to be flexible and accommodating where needed They are people-focused and actually ask staff for feedback into the business Great resources for development in your job and there is a culture generally of listening and a can do approach to all obstacles to your development
You also need to be flexible yourself if you want to progress. You have to be prepared to give up your time and work some long and awkward hours. Same everywhere these days I guess.
The technology is great and attracts talented technical people Get to have a fairly free rein as well on the technical side with management basically allowing us to get on and do our job Good vibe at work, with a relaxed environment and we get to enjoy ourselves too – generally a pretty good work-life balance. Premises are cool There is a social aspect with events that are organised for us which we all enjoy
Would like to see changes coming into effect much more quickly, it's the typically big corporate which finds agility in business practices hard Also would like to see the focus put on getting our technology solutions more streamlined and elegant. And in general for the business to jump in at the deep end a bit more and take a calculated risk.
Have a reasonable amount of freedom in technical areas
Great training and development opportunities and clear career path on offer Company also geared round general all round personal development of staff not just focused on corporate-focused staff development Work with some really good colleagues Premises are great In some jobs you get the possibility of travelling Salary is good for the industry
The large meetings tend to be run from a very US standpoint – there have even been times when none of the agenda points were relevant to the UK operation and it can be confusing as to why we are required to be present Occasionally you can feel insignificant and unable to make an impact or a difference because of the sheer size of the company
Attending meetings which do not have any bearing on your role or corporate involvement
If youre in the right team, the work life balance is excellent. The work culture on the whole is very positive, and supportive. The benefits are great, including, as you'd expect - a lot of travel packages. Most co-workers lovel travel, and you really get into the whole industry being around them, and the fact that you get discounts for travelling to these places makes everything all the more enjoyable. There is no pressure and crazy deadline culture at work.
If youre in the wrong team, it can be quite the opposite, with no work life balance, travel being a chore, and being under a management team that is a pain to deal with. They are usually very bad at recognizing you for your work, and are far more concerned about saving their own skins, at all costs.
Far too many senior leaderhsip changes.
Fair pay shouldn't be a benefit!
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