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8.0 / 10 Overall Satisfaction
(based on 8 ratings in 2017)
"A cool company for software developers."
Culture
8.0 / 10
 
Offices & Dress
7.6 / 10
 
Hours
9.3 / 10
 
Salary
8.0 / 10
 
 
Diversity
6.9 / 10
 
 
Training
7.4 / 10
 

Pros

  • The company has a culture of providing help wherever needed.
  • The work environment is relaxed and friendly.
  • The company has a real interest in employee’s development, and their work and feedback are valued.

Cons

  • Some felt the benefits package was smaller than at similar companies.
  • The high levels of security may seem unnecessary to some.
  • There is no formal training scheme, though much is learned on the job.

What insiders say about...

"There was a written test, four technical interviews and three non-technical ones...."

"There are after-hours team-building activities and social lunchtimes."

"The company has been growing extremely quickly recently and G-Research has been doing..."

"As long as you work eight hours a day, the company is quite flexible on when you..."

"You could get paid more for the job at the same level in some other companies."

"Winter and Summer parties and weekends away."

"I was asked questions related to data structures, algorithms, memory allocation and..."

"There are lots of recycling bins and also a cycle to work scheme."

"Managers are approachable and give useful feedback to let you know how you're doing...."

"All groups are respected equally well and there is no discrimination based on race,..."

"This can be difficult due to the fact that the company has a relatively flat hierarchy...."

"Day-to-day InfoSec Operations that you would expect with a security conscious organisation...."

"Working with cutting edge technology. Working with experienced professionals with..."

"It can be annoying to work around the security policies."

"Challenging, rewarding, interesting."

"I met them at a careers fair and they were doing C#."

"The graduate program included a month of training in finance, C# and internal tools..."

"Less security."

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