Mission: Powering a sustainable future.
I have been working at OVO Energy full-time (More than a year)
Easy to earn monthly bonus (be safe and be nice to customers = £££’s)
£60 a month on a debit card to buy lunch
4% on top of salary for benefits
One day every 3 months to go on any training course you like
Full day team socials every 3 months (paintball, go karting etc)
Everyone on a level. Managers know everyone’s name and are approachable.
Taken for meal after monthly meetings
Workload can vary. Some days 5 meters, some days 2.
Advice to Management
Keep it as it is. I’ve worked in other places and this is a thousand times better. Feel lucky I got in.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at OVO Energy (Bristol, England) in May 2016.
Process took four weeks from application to rejection. This included 6 hours of interviewing, which included a 30 minute phone interview, a 1 hour 30 minute face to face interview, a 2 hour code test on Codility, a 1 hour pair programming exercise, a 30 minute interview with HR, and a 30 minute interview with a hiring manager.
Overall the process was inefficient and repetitive and gave me a negative impression of Ovo.
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