"Inclusive and supportive."
- The company has a culture of providing help wherever needed.
- The work environment is relaxed and friendly.
- The company has a real interest in employee’s development, and their work and feedback are valued.
- Some felt the benefits package was smaller than at similar companies.
- The high levels of security may seem unnecessary to some.
- There is no formal training scheme, though much is learned on the job.
What insiders say about...
"The interview for interns/placements consisted of two rounds of technical interviews...."
"Everyone is really friendly and nice to work with. There are plenty of fun activities..."
"The offices are located in central London so are easy to get to but are set away..."
"As long as you work eight hours a day, the company is quite flexible on when you..."
"The pay here is very generous and probably at the higher end of software engineering..."
"Team socials are reasonably frequent and there is also a weekend away that happens..."
"I was asked some dynamic programming questions and non technical questions related..."
"We have recycling bins."
"Managers are always available for a catch up or to discuss issues. From my experience,..."
"The best get in, regardless of race, gender, or sexual orientation. Everyone is treated..."
"This can be difficult due to the fact that the company has a relatively flat hierarchy...."
"Active development and involvement in team decision making as well as support work..."
"Doing interesting work on cutting-edge technologies in a company that's constantly..."
"It is a steep learning curve and you are given a significant amount of responsibility..."
"A cool company for software developers."
"A number of my friends had interned here the previous year. I had had a number of..."
"As an intern, I was provided with a short introduction to business and to the project..."
"Organise more graduate events as opposed to just team based events."