Hours

9.3 / 10

(based on 8 ratings in 2017)

2017

"You are usually expected to arrive before your team's stand-up, which can happen between 9.15 am and 9.45 am. People tend to leave the office after 5.30 pm or 6.00 pm on average. There is a lot of flexibility in when you arrive and leave and if you have to take a day off for personal reasons."
Intern, London
"Hours are flexible so long as you are around for the important parts of the day and can give some advanced notice of bigger commitments. The company makes sure people aren't spending too long at work either."
Intern, London
"My employer is very flexible and it's up to me to make sure that I work proper hours. No one is controlling that."
Intern, London
"As long as you work eight hours a day, the company is quite flexible on when you do them."
Intern, London
"The flexibility is generally very good. There is no stigma attached to arriving at 10.00 am if you so please. The main focus is on getting work done rather than nit-picking about leaving five minutes early."
Intern, London, UK

2016

"You need to be in by 10.00 am and leave before 8.00 pm, but apart from that you can make your own hours."
Graduate, London
"Start time between 9.00 am and 10.00 am, end time between 6.00 pm and 7.00 pm (including an hour for lunch). Normally, you should arrive before 10.00 am and cannot stay longer than 8.00 pm."
Graduate, London
"Very flexible when it comes to days off. However it is not possible to work from home."
Graduate, London
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