Digitonomy FAQ

6 English questions out of 6

19 March 2019

How are the career development opportunities at Digitonomy?

Pros

You are given complete autonomy over your role, no micro management or people watching your screen over your shoulder. Professional development is widely encouraged and supported. Whether that be changing your day to day role or attending a course to further knowledge. You are the master of your own destiny here, if you would like to be involved in a project or an opportunity you're welcomed to try new things. There are no whispers behind closed doors, or an inner circle of management. Knowledge isn't witheld here and you're genuinely informed of overall progress and departmental performance.

Cons

The biscuit jars are filled up seemingly hourly, so if you're on a diet you need a strong resolve.

Advice to Management

Please never change the current culture or working ethos.

Knowledge isn't witheld here and you're genuinely informed of overall progress and departmental performance.

19 March 2019

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3 February 2019

How are senior leaders perceived at Digitonomy?

Pros

I was the companies first employee and after 5 and a half years, I still love going to work every day. I have seen many changes over the past few years, with the company going from strength to strength, yet it still manages to maintain a fantastic, amiable working environment and culture, with many colleagues feeling more like family members than co-workers. The company is made up of some incredibly bright and diligent people, many who are exceptional their particular fields, it's safe to say they have never struggled to attract talent! The directors and senior management have been brilliant from day one, not only have they provided me with tons of knowledge, they are also very considerate and approachable, not once have I ever felt under pressure when I have had a query or issue that needs resolving. All in all this is an outstanding company to work for, you'd be hard pressed to find another quite like it.

Cons

You will need some willpower if you don't want to put on weight, the treat jars are always well stocked!

Advice to Management

Never change.

The directors and senior management have been brilliant from day one, not only have they provided me with tons of knowledge, they are also very considerate and approachable, not once have I ever felt under pressure when I have had a query or issue that needs resolving.

3 February 2019

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19 March 2019

How is management perceived at Digitonomy?

Pros

You are given complete autonomy over your role, no micro management or people watching your screen over your shoulder. Professional development is widely encouraged and supported. Whether that be changing your day to day role or attending a course to further knowledge. You are the master of your own destiny here, if you would like to be involved in a project or an opportunity you're welcomed to try new things. There are no whispers behind closed doors, or an inner circle of management. Knowledge isn't witheld here and you're genuinely informed of overall progress and departmental performance.

Cons

The biscuit jars are filled up seemingly hourly, so if you're on a diet you need a strong resolve.

Advice to Management

Please never change the current culture or working ethos.

There are no whispers behind closed doors, or an inner circle of management.

19 March 2019

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3 February 2019

What is the company culture like at Digitonomy?

Pros

I was the companies first employee and after 5 and a half years, I still love going to work every day. I have seen many changes over the past few years, with the company going from strength to strength, yet it still manages to maintain a fantastic, amiable working environment and culture, with many colleagues feeling more like family members than co-workers. The company is made up of some incredibly bright and diligent people, many who are exceptional their particular fields, it's safe to say they have never struggled to attract talent! The directors and senior management have been brilliant from day one, not only have they provided me with tons of knowledge, they are also very considerate and approachable, not once have I ever felt under pressure when I have had a query or issue that needs resolving. All in all this is an outstanding company to work for, you'd be hard pressed to find another quite like it.

Cons

You will need some willpower if you don't want to put on weight, the treat jars are always well stocked!

Advice to Management

Never change.

The company is made up of some incredibly bright and diligent people, many who are exceptional their particular fields, it's safe to say they have never struggled to attract talent!

3 February 2019

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3 February 2019

What is the work environment like at Digitonomy?

Pros

I was the companies first employee and after 5 and a half years, I still love going to work every day. I have seen many changes over the past few years, with the company going from strength to strength, yet it still manages to maintain a fantastic, amiable working environment and culture, with many colleagues feeling more like family members than co-workers. The company is made up of some incredibly bright and diligent people, many who are exceptional their particular fields, it's safe to say they have never struggled to attract talent! The directors and senior management have been brilliant from day one, not only have they provided me with tons of knowledge, they are also very considerate and approachable, not once have I ever felt under pressure when I have had a query or issue that needs resolving. All in all this is an outstanding company to work for, you'd be hard pressed to find another quite like it.

Cons

You will need some willpower if you don't want to put on weight, the treat jars are always well stocked!

Advice to Management

Never change.

I have seen many changes over the past few years, with the company going from strength to strength, yet it still manages to maintain a fantastic, amiable working environment and culture, with many colleagues feeling more like family members than co

3 February 2019

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6 English questions out of 6