"Successful and team oriented."
- Many graduates feel they have a good work/life balance and flexible hours.
- The salary is very competitive within the industry.
- There is no limit to the number of days that can be taken as holiday.
- The culture is very friendly with many people being happy to help graduates.
- Some feel there could be more formal training provided.
- The size can mean that things such as getting help with IT can be slow.
- While the hours are flexible, they can also be very long.
- Training is broad but not as focused as some would like.
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"The company is making an effort but I wish it would do more"
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"It's diverse in terms of gender and academic background."
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"International, supportive and challenging."
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"Make the regional offices feel more local and less American."