"A great place to train."
- There are many social events and the culture is positive and friendly, which encourages a good atmosphere.
- The pay is seen as being competitive and overtime is paid when longer hours are required.
- Some graduates feel that taking holiday can sometimes be inflexible.
- There could be more opportunities for work away from the office.
What insiders say about...
"The application process includes an assessment centre where maths, verbal reasoning..."
"There is generally a very positive atmosphere in the office. Everyone is very helpful..."
"The offices are in a very nice part of the city and they are only a short walk from..."
"9.00 am to 5.00 pm are the core hours for a junior, though you usually need to work..."
"Our salary is ok. We get pay rises for exam passes, which is a good incentive."
"Being paid overtime is great."
"HR will ask general questions about your motivation for applying, what you hope to..."
"Regular appraisals are held and managers are good at providing specific feedback..."
"The diversity here is fairly good I think."
"There is very structured progression as part of the graduate scheme."
"I do a lot of company accounts and corporation tax returns. There's also a bit of..."
"We're given a wide variety of work and have good working hours. There's a fun culture..."
"Meetings with clients can be limited until you are more senior."
"The company was founded in 1888."
"Sociable and varied."
"Mainly the size and the fact that I would not have to specialise early on."
"As a trainee you will spend a significant amount of time out of the office while..."
"I'd like to have more opportunities to travel and do jobs away, including in and..."