"Professional, friendly, caring."
- 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...
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"The work is meaningful and the people are excellent to work with."
"The days can sometimes be very intense."
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"Exciting, fast-paced, market leader."
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"Perhaps some formal training would be good, but what they do allows you to learn..."