Offices & Dress

7.6 / 10

(based on 25 ratings in 2017)

2017

"The office space is a little old-fashioned (we're currently building a new one) but has good facilities and everything you need in an office. We're right near Enfield Chase station (Zone 5) so it's a good location for those who want to be in greater London but not in the middle of the City. We have a gym, canteen and sports facilities nearby as well as lots of pubs and other activities around. The dress code is pretty much non-existent! You wear what you're comfortable in and this works well for a software company, I think."
Graduate, Enfield, London
"There is no enforced dress code. Some people dress smartly while others don't so it's pretty relaxed. The offices are nice and there is plenty of free coffee."
Graduate, Enfield, London
"The office is quite old. At least the windows are big so there is light but it's not much to write home about. The dress code tends to be smart but it isn't enforced and many people dress quite casually, including jeans and T-shirts etc."
Graduate, Enfield
"The Coventry office is a smaller satellite for the bigger company and the facilities reflect this, although we still have a kitchen and break-out areas. The dress code is flexible."
Graduate, Coventry
"The office's location is ideal for me as it has easy access to London but is not in the hustle and bustle of the inner city. The facilities are great: we have multiple showers and changing rooms for sports as well as a well-stocked canteen and tea rooms. The dress code is practically non-existent and people wear what they are comfortable working in, be it a nice shirt, a dress or jeans. If you can work well in what you're wearing, people care very little."
Graduate, Enfield, London
"Our offices are lovely. We have new desks with colourful dividers (we got to pick the colour!) And we also get to choose the artwork in some of the offices. We have sofas, beanbags and special paint on the walls so we can write on them like whiteboards. We have nice kitchens with toasters, microwaves, toaster ovens, kettles and fridges. Also, we have a canteen that serves breakfast and lunch and puts snacks in the kitchens throughout the day. We're also allowed to have standing desks if we want them. There are some issues: we're split into three buildings (about five minutes away from each other) and we don't have enough offices or projectors. The location is alright. It's in Enfield (which I see as a downside) but it's very close to a shopping arcade, several restaurants and pubs as well as both an overground and train station."
Graduate, London
"The location of the Edinburgh office is ideal. We have just moved to a larger office where there is plenty of space, with facilities designed around what the employees have asked for, including a sizeable break area and multiple showers. We have access to all the equipment we need."
Graduate, Edinburgh
"While equipment such as computers, desks and chairs etc seem to be fairly good the office lacks areas for relaxing or having a quick chat with a colleague. This means that quick discussions either require you to track down a free office or have to happen at your desk."
Graduate, Enfield, London
"The dress code is casual. The office space is fairly standard; it could do with being made a bit more inviting as it's currently functional but a bit drab. Our facilities are fairly basic. There is a canteen and small tearooms on each floor but not very many break-out spaces if you want to take a break from work."
Graduate, Enfield
"The Edinburgh office is brand new and has good facilities."
Graduate, Edinburgh
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