"TPP is an innovative company with good and clear goals to benefit..."
- 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...
"Just be honest and be prepared to admit if you don't know something. We are looking..."
"There is a flat hierarchy within the company, with everybody on the same level. As..."
"Casual dress code, large open plan office in a building designed by the company."
"We can be asked to work long hours but generally we get to leave on time and are..."
"The pay is excellent, especially due to the low cost of living near the office and..."
"We get some great and unique perks at the company, such as £200 towards a birthday..."
"The normal questions about my CV, past experiences etc along with some more logic..."
"All paper waste is shredded and recycled, and the other waste bins are sorted. The..."
"We have a flat hierarchy, so there isn't really anyone in between Frank (the owner)..."
"There's a range of ethnicities and sexual orientations present. Discrimination isn't..."
"If you are good at what you do and take on responsibility, you will be very successful...."
"Developing and managing our hosted product. My work has ranged from small changes..."
"Free sailing trip, free breakfast sandwiches and open bar on Fridays, high starting..."
"It can be very demanding and high pressure during the working day."
"We have a large selection of (free) fresh-ground coffee and tea in every break room...."
"Professional, friendly, caring."
"The job clearly offered an excellent opportunity for graduates to get in to software..."
"There is a complete lack of structured training, which makes the learning process..."
"Maybe more hands-on training would be better for some graduates."