The whole company is very process drive, highly meritocratic - although that comes with far too much of an insistence on numbers as the main mode of assesment. The company is very serious about allowing a good work life balance, and prioritise people development.
The only bad thing about the company is that it is sad to see from the inside how a great company is slowly falling by the wayside, as its size is getting in the way of putting its best products and research into production and get to market fast.
Good focus on employee well-being.
Upbeat working ethos and working in marketing alongside some really nice welcoming people Good training and development and career progression is offered, based on high-performing track record Great to work here if you are wanting experience and looking to get into marketing as you are given a lot of scope and responsibility on marketing projects and not micromanaged through it
There is nothing really out there in the campaigns that we are running. I would like to see them be more daring, but there are all fairly pedestrian affairs, especially when you compare what we do with some other organisations Not customer-oriented enough, too inward looking
Corporate mission and values are sound and they generally operate in an ethical manner The actual products are all well-known and respected in the marketplace Professionalism and expertise of staff is high
Technology and systems in place are hardly cutting edge – could do with an overhaul to enhance operations Senior management seem more interested in short term planning than future proofing the business The way that they develop and bring on new talent is all very hit and miss, need to stop the ad hoc approach and get more organised and focused about it.
Glad to work for an employer where business ethics are high on agenda
Fair pay shouldn't be a benefit!
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