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6 English reviews out of 6

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15 March 2019

Pros

Location and offices lovely, good benefits for employees, free lunch offering, career development encouraged.

Cons

Lack of flexibility, some antiquated views.

Location and offices lovely, good benefits for employees, free lunch offering, career development encouraged.

15 March 2019

Reviewed by: Anonymous in London, England (Anonymous Employee)

31 July 2018

Pros

Free breakfast and lunch in very high quality Well structured and supported work environment

Cons

difficult to change some work habit or governance structure

Advice to Management

suggest to be more flexible in managing employees and listening to advice

Free breakfast and lunch in very high quality

31 July 2018

Reviewed by: Anonymous in United Kingdom (Current Employee)

20 January 2019

Pros

A lot of benefits - free breakfast, lunch.etc Working with smart people

Cons

Lack of career opportunities within the company.

free breakfast, lunch.etc

20 January 2019

Reviewed by: Anonymous in London, England (Current Employee)

27 May 2019

Pros

Daily free lunches and training available to all.

Cons

Company is great, was just unlucky to be part of a team that had its own culture.

Daily free lunches and training available to all.

27 May 2019

Reviewed by: Data Analyst in Johannesburg (Former Employee)

20 December 2019

Pros

Free lunch - Amazing how this balanced evenly with all the cons. Excellent food provided daily. Free alcohol - last Friday of the month (I do not drink but the culture heavily revolves around alcohol) Easy 6 months, never felt so full of energy in my spare time outside of 'work'. Security and kitchen staff were excellent. Management often make staff aware of recent deaths caused as a result of the work they doing and often refer to goals of striving towards minimising them.

Cons

Having been given no work to complete in 6 months, I was there from March to October. I left not knowing much about the company or what they do on a daily basis. Communication was poor. Induction was meaningless and souless where by nothing from it materialised. Emails just go around in circles with no resolution.

Advice to Management

Trust the staff you employed (having been through extensive checks) to do the job you are paying them to do by giving them something to work on / towards. One coffee machine per floor creates long queues, seems obvious to install another. Something to tackle when you move to Farringdon perhaps if efficiency becomes important.

Excellent food provided daily.

20 December 2019

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6 English reviews out of 6