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Offices & Dress

6.5 / 10

(based on 25 ratings in 2014)

2014

"Many of the company's facilities are very old. The dress code is usually standard business wear."
Graduate, Glasgow
"Depending on which set of offices. They vary from dated depot offices to brand new builds. Facilities are more than adequate."
Graduate, Derby
"It's a 2004 built depot so the facilities are new. The dress code is business; suit or trousers and tie."
Midlevel, Manchester
"I'm often working in bus garages, many of which are quite old."
Graduate, Manchester
"Due to the nature of the business, the age, location and standard of facilities can vary, but I currently work in a very modern and comfortable environment."
Graduate, Southampton
"This varies by location, but modern depots and offices tend to be to a good standard. Tend to be in industrial/out of town locations due to cheap land for bus parking and workshops. The dress code is dated, little acceptance of 'no tie policies', etc."
Midlevel, Leeds
"The quality of office space is dependent on the location. The new depots are built to high specifications, modern, chic and aesthetically pleasing."
Graduate, Glasgow
"The offices are poor in my area of the business due to limited space, however they are fairly good at head offices."
Midlevel, London
"Some offices need a good upgrade, these differ from areas to areas. Most locations are within easy reach with good facilities for food, drinks. The dress code will depend on the department but is usually formal."
Graduate, Sheffield
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