"Supportive with a pleasant atmosphere."
- A lot of training is provided and it covers many areas and disciplines.
- The work undertaken by graduates is challenging and of real importance to the company.
- There are opportunities to work in international offices.
- Managers are seen as being helpful and happy to make themselves available.
- Some offices will only have one graduate, which some may find isolating.
- There could be more control given to graduates regarding the industry of their placements.
- Experiences and working hours can vary greatly between placements.
- There doesn’t seem to be much focus on environmental concerns.
What insiders say about...
"There are a couple of stages to get through before the final assessment centre. These..."
"My office is a young and international environment. However, as all graduates can..."
"Some are better than others. A lot of offices will be in small cities because of..."
"I'd say they are more flexible than average, my hours are generally 9.00 am to 5.00..."
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"How will your attributes fit into the DCC culture and core values?"
"Recycling bins are available in the office."
"Managers are always open to engage in discussion and make themselves available when..."
"I have no complaints. There's a good mix of people from all backgrounds."
"I've come across a lot of previous grads, from ones who finished the scheme last..."
"I have ongoing projects to work on, which allows me to see how the work that I'm..."
"I've been given autonomy to conduct my work and explore the business in a way that..."
"The experience can vary a lot between placements as there are very different cultures,..."
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"Dynamic, quick and challenging."
"The levels of success the company enjoys, the option to work in a foreign country..."
"The training has been very good. All graduates are taken to Dublin for regular training..."
"I would ask the management team to be future-thinking and investigate acquisitions..."