Offices & Dress

6.8 / 10

(based on 13 ratings in 2016)


"It depends upon which group. Offices can greatly vary according to location."
Marketing, Entry level, London
"The office I'm in is great. It really reflects the personality of the business. The dress code is 'dress for your day'. This means that, if you are seeing a customer, you will dress smartly but if you're just in the office then it can be more casual."
"The offices are really nice. They're a little out of the way but that is to be expected from a manufacturing base."
Supply Chain, Graduate, Manchester
"The locations are often near factories or quite a bit outside of London. We do have a central London office, which is handy for meetings with clients."
Marketing, Graduate, London
"I work in factory offices so they vary greatly across sites. Dress code can be anything from business wear to t-shirts and work trousers depending on the site. I've not worked anywhere that requires suits."
Graduate, Stevenage
"I've moved to a new office that everyone in the business had an opportunity to help shape. It's in a great location just off the motorway in Peterborough with excellent links to London and the North. The dress code is 'dress for your day', which helps people to feel comfortable at work."
Supply Chain, Graduate, Peterborough
"Offices are generally good. There are no central London locations but most are within an hour of there. I've personally lived in London since joining. The dress code is business casual in some offices, smart casual in others."
Graduate, Home Counties
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