- The bonus scheme is seen as being very generous and is given to all who meet their targets.
- Managers are approachable, helpful and give regular feedback.
- The company works as a meritocracy, meaning that progression is based more on hard work than seniority.
- Graduates regularly have to work beyond their contracted hours.
- High levels of responsibility can mean some people feel under pressure to perform.
- Some would like more information about the company’s CSR schemes to be available.
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