"Sociable and varied."
- 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...
"Try to remain relaxed during the process. Standard interview preparations are required..."
"A good work/life balance is encouraged and the firm is a sociable and friendly place..."
"We have offices in both London and Paris. The dress code is not strict so you don't..."
"Our contracted hours are 9.00 am to 5.00 pm. You shouldn't often need to do overtime..."
"Our salary is ok. We get pay rises for exam passes, which is a good incentive."
"We get daily fruit deliveries to the office and good coffee. There are frequent drinks..."
"I was asked some technical accountancy questions and questions about my previous..."
"Managers are friendly and approachable. There is a general culture at the firm where..."
"I believe that people are judged on the quality of their work alone and that everyone..."
"DW encourages internal promotions and likes to promote people who have trained here...."
"I work on a lot of trust accounts, which I enjoy doing, and also do some tax work..."
"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."
"A great place to train."
"The variety of work. You're able to experience almost all fields of financial accounting..."
"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..."