"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...
"Submit a CV and cover letter for review. If successful, you will be invited to the..."
"There is a flat hierarchy within the company, with everybody on the same level. As..."
"Very relaxed dress code (except for external meetings). Brand new office finished..."
"The hours are not flexible but this is because of the way we work. We very rarely..."
"It's a very high starting salary for the experience and the annual pay reviews are..."
"The company pays for drinks at a local pub every Friday, which many staff attend...."
"Quick-fire logic puzzles and questions about current events."
"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 have good representation from all groups. The company is really supportive of..."
"There are no specific ranks. We have a flat hierarchy and there are no 'team leaders'..."
"I have a varied role that involves developing new code, maintaining old code and..."
"Great pay and great benefits. Everyone is always on hand to help you out if you get..."
"Can be very high pressure every now and again. I'm not fond of the office coffee...."
"When the company was still in its infancy, they would have meetings in a garage sales..."
"Exciting, fast-paced, market leader."
"I wanted to work on improving a product that made a measurable and positive impact..."
"The learning curve is understandably steep for a job like this, but newer employees..."
"Maybe more hands-on training would be better for some graduates."