Offices & Dress

7.6 / 10

(based on 7 ratings in 2017)

2017

"The offices are clean and spacious. Everyone gets a standard set-up at their desk but can change most things on request. The location is right in the middle of London and very close to a number of nice eateries and restaurants (this makes lunchtime something to look forward to). The dress code is quite informal so most people wear jeans and a t-shirt."
Intern, London, UK
"The office is nice, with very good facilities. The dress code is very relaxed."
Intern, London
"The company has been growing extremely quickly recently and G-Research has been doing a good job of buying up new office space or maintaining existing office space. We have just had a big refurbishment of two of our floors. Employees are given everything they need to do their job well including multiple monitors, a good desk and chair, and even a pair of headphones. The location is also very vibrant with plenty of places to eat lunch or go for a drink at the end of the day. There is no formal dress code and pretty much every employee wears casual clothes."
Intern, London
"The offices are located in central London so are easy to get to but are set away from the main roads. There are social spaces in the office for people to use when they're not working, as well as kitchens with tea, coffee and fruit as well as crockery. The main office has large desks with everything you need to do your job available to you. The dress code is relaxed so jeans and a t-shirt is perfectly acceptable."
Intern, London
"The office space is quite nice and there is a big open space where all the developers sit. Each developer has at least two monitors. The location of the company is also very central. However, the office lacks an in-house canteen, the main kitchen is too small to fit everyone (both during lunch and during end-of-month drinks) and currently there is no relaxation room (somewhere with gaming consoles or ping-pong tables). The dress code is very casual."
Intern, London
"We have nice-looking offices and a smart-casual dress code."
Intern, London

2016

"Open space offices, not my favourite. The dress code is casual though, the company even gives you slippers."
Graduate, London
"Casual dress code. Free soft drinks and fruit available."
Graduate, London
"No dress code and nice offices."
Graduate, London
"Large desks with plenty of space, big monitors and a pair of headphones. Drinks and fruit are provided and the dress code is casual, a T-shirt or a shirt would both be fine."
Graduate, London
"Casual dress code and in central London near to Charlotte Street where there are many restaurants."
Graduate, London
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