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Offices & Dress

7.3 / 10

(based on 13 ratings in 2016)

2016

"The office depends on the location. Some offices look very nice, are well organised and have a good canteen. Other locations may not be so employee-friendly. However, the locations I have worked in have been good. Dress code for me is semi-formal (shirt and smart trousers)."
Graduate, Northampton
"The world logistics JCB site in Stoke is one of the coolest office buildings I've seen and I enjoy working there. The dress code depends on the role you are doing."
Graduate, Stoke on Trent
"Formal wear Monday to Thursday and dress down Fridays. The office is OK, but it's open-plan with private offices running around the outside. This means that most of us don't have any windows and therefore no air or natural light."
Graduate, Daventry
"This is entirely dependent on the contract. The dress code is casual in warehouses but smart casual in the offices."
Retail, Graduate, Bedford
"My office is small, dark, over-filled and in need of a good sort out. There are no real on-site eating facilities. It's logistics, not banking. It comes with the territory."
Graduate, Coventry
"I love the office – it's a great location. The dress code is fairly informal (no tie needed) and every Friday is dress down. The heat of the office is the only downside."
Graduate, Milton Keynes

2015

"Dress code is formal business wear, with 'dress down Friday'. The office space is comfortable, it's not particularly exciting but certainly functional."
Graduate, London
"All offices are equipped fine with the required facilities. They are a little short on computers but this is down to budget issues. All Operations-based employees wear a uniform. If you wish you can wear smart clothes if you are office based. It all depends on the type of duty you have. Warehouse work can be a particularly dirty environment so people do not require smart attire."
Graduate, Glasgow
"Generally our facilities are very good although some sites are a little 'tired'. Locations are not always glamorous and corporate. The dress code is fairly relaxed - business casual is fine for most situations, although many graduates in operational roles will wear site uniform and PPE."
Graduate, Rugby
"My office is very spacious, however there is no place to eat so we have lunch at our desks. Mon-Thurs the dress code is work formal but on Fridays we are able to dress down."
Graduate, Chester
"I work in a warehouse so not the most glamorous but the offices are still at a high level with fresh air, windows, good office equipment, etc. Everyone wears a uniform on site."
Graduate, Daventry
"Most of our locations are nice though there are a few needing a refurbishment. The dress code in the offices is mainly smart casual, however there are no jeans or trainers!"
Graduate, Birmingham
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