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8.6 / 10

(based on 15 ratings in 2018)

2018

"The offices are great and provide an interesting mix of spaces to work. The dress code is business casual, which is quite normal."
Entry level, London
"The London office for PA is very good. It's a hot-desking office as lots of people are on client site most of the time and it's nice to move around. I cycle to work and there is great cycle parking and showers in the basement. The dress code is business casual at the PA office but it's business wear if you are meeting clients and you should adhere to their dress code if you're on client site."
Graduate, London
"The hot desk seating is flexible. We have modern facilities and a business casual dress code."
Graduate, London
"The offices are so modern and at a great location in Victoria, right in front of the tube. However, most of the time we are not in the office as it's a consulting job. The dress code is smart casual."
Graduate, London
"The London office is great. It's in a new building with lots of different types of working spaces (although it is hot-desking). There are great meeting rooms and a nice kitchen/balcony space to enjoy on breaks with colleagues. The Cambridge offices are also nice but slightly difficult to get to by train."
Graduate, London
"The offices are very nice and modern with good kitchen facilities. The location is good as it's located very close to Victoria station, which has a lot of transport links. There are many places to shop and eat nearby and the dress code in the office is smart-casual. You dress to match the client when on client-side."
Graduate, London

2016

"The dress code is business formal, though many don't wear ties. The facilities are reasonably good but I hope are going to be significantly improved when the head office is transferred to another site near Victoria next year."
Graduate, London
"The offices are large and light, with all the facilities we need (as well as being very well located). Food in the canteen can be pricey. PA are moving into a brand new office block (currently being constructed) in 2017, which promises to be even flashier. The only drawback is that you can't control what your client's office will be like!"
Graduate, London
"Good offices – professional with all the trimmings you would expect. The dress code is formal, suits or business casual for training activities etc."
Graduate, London
"The current office is very light and spacious. There is a hot desk policy that some may not love. The dress code in the office is business casual, when on client site you dress to match the client."
Graduate, London
"There are good facilities in the main PA office. However, almost all of the work will be done on client site and will therefore depend on what client you are based at. You must adhere to the clients' dress code with business casual as an absolute minimum. Ties are generally not required."
Graduate, London
"The office is great. However, if you don't arrive early enough in the morning you may struggle to find a desk as PA 'hot desks'. However, we will be moving to a brand new, bigger office in Victoria in 2017, which should solve the problem. The dress code is smart casual in the office if you have no client meetings, but most people dress more on the smart side. If you are on client site, your attire will entirely depend on your client, so could be anything from fairly casual to very smart business dress."
Graduate, London

2015

"The company has a great office space, and although the location is far out and quite difficult (but manageable) to get to without a car, the facilities are great. The dress code is more smart casual in the support functions where I work; in the City, it's suits."
Graduate, Cambridge/Melbourn
"Although the coffee and toilets could be improved, in my opinion, the offices are otherwise good."
Graduate, London
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