18 ratings in 2019)
"They vary a little (some are better than others) but even the Bradford office up north has table football and a breakout room and looks pretty nice. It's even better in places like Reading and London and the Liberty Global Amsterdam office also looked really cool."
"It depends on which office, but the dress code is quite relaxed, you can wear smarter clothes if you want to but it's okay if you want to wear jeans and trainers instead. VM cares more about what you are doing in your role than what you look like."
"The dress code is smart casual. However, hoodies, t-shirts and jumpers are all accepted as long as they don't have anything inappropriate on them. It's very relaxed. Virgin Media is moving into a new state-of-the-art building in Reading that has brand new equipment and many innovations. For example, the new building is run via an app."
"It depends on the office you're in. The new Reading office is obviously lovely but there are going to be issues with the parking if you drive. Some of the other offices need to be updated but they do the job and are still nice enough. The dress code is very relaxed. I go for smart casual eg smart trousers, a t-shirt and nice trainers or a day dress and boots."
"We have a smart casual dress code. The office space is relaxed and varied depending on which location you are based in."
"Some offices are desperate for improvement while others are top spec. I think it's important for VM to find a balance between these to ensure there is consistency for employees. The dress code also varies across different office locations. For example, the dress code in Hook is much more formal than the dress code in Manchester."
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