"International, cosmopolitan and prestigious."
- Managers are frequently available and make good mentors.
- Promotion and other progression is seen as being fair and frequent.
- There’s a friendly culture within the office as well as regular social activities.
- The office is very nice and open with a foosball table and roof terrace.
- The hours can be long when working on some projects.
- Work given to graduates can vary significantly in its level of difficulty.
- Some feel that there could be a more formal feedback structure.
- While the salary is considered fair, it’s seen as being at the lower end of the market.
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