"Energetic, forward-thinking, enjoyable."
- A generous salary and benefits package.
- The flat hierarchy makes it very easy to socialise with and ask help from anyone in the company.
- There is constant mentoring and supervision of a high quality.
- The work can be high pressure and intense.
- There is no flexi-time, and sometimes out-of-hours work can be required.
- Some found the lack of formal training made it difficult to learn some basics early on.
What insiders say about...
"Our application process involves a short phone conversation with someone on the team..."
"I think we have one of the most unique yet effective working cultures in our organisation...."
"We've just moved into our brand new office and it's great! There is so much space..."
"We can be asked to work long hours but generally we get to leave on time and are..."
"Best I've seen for the job I do at my experience level."
"Free trip to the Caribbean! Free pub and breakfast sandwiches every Friday, massages,..."
"The phone interview was a friendly chat and we organised a date to visit for an in-person..."
"All paper waste is shredded and recycled, and the other waste bins are sorted. The..."
"We have two directors who interact with software developers (one used to be a developer..."
"We treat everyone equally. I have never seen any example of this not being followed...."
"No hierarchy, but they give good and regular reviews and pay increases accordingly...."
"In the marketing team our tasks are very varied and the role involves a high level..."
"I like the way new coders are taught to learn through asking for help and feeding..."
"Sometimes required to work long hours, or come into work at night, when things are..."
"We have regular social events such as go-karting and an annual 'house cup' tournament!..."
"Direct, exciting, collaborative."
"The starting salary was much higher than anything else I'd seen at that level and..."
"We get informal training on the technologies we use (ie learning by watching and..."
"More flexible hours but I can see why it wouldn't work for the company"