"Caring, encouraging and supportive."
- 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...
"After sending my application, I had a telephone interview, a coding challenge, a..."
"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."
"Fairly standard hours, except we finish at 4.00 pm on Friday. There isn't any flexi-time..."
"I think the pay I get is great for a graduate job, but I also think it reflects the..."
"The company pays for drinks at a local pub every Friday, which many staff attend...."
"Quick-fire logic puzzles and questions about current events."
"One of the key aims of our software is to reduce paper usage in healthcare."
"Because of the flat hierarchy within the company, we are all responsible for our..."
"There's a range of ethnicities and sexual orientations present. Discrimination isn't..."
"Because of the flat hierarchy within the company, it is very easy to gain new responsibility..."
"I have a varied job that includes working with users, testing the system, coming..."
"The level of responsibility you receive early on and the ownership you get over your..."
"It was a little stressful getting used to the company's core values of asking for..."
"Like other tech companies such as Google, TPP has a young workforce with an average..."
"Encouraging, inspiring, friendly."
"The job clearly offered an excellent opportunity for graduates to get in to software..."
"We don't really get formal training. Just a few talks and then a lot of assistance..."
"Maybe more hands-on training would be better for some graduates."