"Large, supportive and structured."
- The unique working hours mean that employees get every other Friday off work.
- Most feel that they have a very fair and competitive salary.
- There’s a strong social atmosphere between graduates both in and out of work.
- There are opportunities to get involved with high-end work from very early on.
- Some feel that promotions can slow down once they reach the management level.
- Formal training is seen as being limited in some areas.
- The quality of managers and the amount of interaction with them can vary.
- Some graduates feel the company could be more proactive in certain areas.
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"The culture is really close. A lot of the graduates meet up outside of work, work..."
"The offices are of a decent standard, although a little old due to the history of..."
"The hours are very flexible. You are able to start when you want so long as you work..."
"I think it's higher than average with lots of room to grow."
"Having every other Friday off of work really helps with your work/life balance and..."
"For a graduate engineering role, the questions will begin by being about your degree..."
"We should really do more. Bin waste is recycled where possible but polystyrene is..."
"The managers do make good mentors but you will need to seek them out. Recognition..."
"The company has a great approach to women in STEM and is always hosting meetings..."
"Promotion is possible but very competitive. In order to stand out, a lot of effort..."
"Very few tasks are mundane. Some smaller tasks can be faffy and 'handle cranking'..."
"The work/life balance is good and the compensation is just above average for the..."
"Working for a large corporation can sometimes be daunting. There's a very competitive..."
"We sort a large portion of the world's post."
"Ambitious, considerate and motivating."
"The large scope and variety of engineering projects that the company undertakes...."
"There are plenty of training opportunities for graduates, take advantage of them...."
"Offer more paid overtime."