Dogsbody Technology Reviews
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How to beat the sedentary life... when your job requires you to be sedentary? I work long hours, high pressure, etc. Average 10h a day, often more. It's just the result of working in projects with high intensity short deadlines. Time I rest is time I have to make up for later. There are many days where I finish at night and all day I've only moved from my desk to the kitchen and to the bathroom. Needless to say this is very unhealthy. How do you all beat this?
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Updated 10 Nov 2023
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- 5.010 Nov 2023Junior Systems EngineerFormer Employee, more than 1 yearSlough, Berkshire, South East England, England
- Wide variety of customers with different infrastructure means you'll get great exposure to different technologies - Learning new technologies/tools is encouraged and dogsbody are willing to pay for certifications/courses - No blame culture and pleasant work environment - Opportunities for hybrid and remote working
- Timetracking can be tedious and a bit much at times - Small company and so salary progression isn't very competitive as opposed to bigger ones
- 5.07 Jun 2023Office ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsFarnborough, Hampshire, South East England, England
* Small Company - your views and ideas are listened too - you are not just a number. * Way above average pension scheme! they encourage you save for your retirement. * Considerate of outside work commitments and disabilities. * Variety of work. * Flexible. * Low staff turnover. * Management is approachable and easy to communicate with.
* If you want every employee benefit under the sun then this isn't the place to work. * It is a small company - if you want to progress up a career ladder this may not be the place for you.
- 5.026 Jun 2023Senior Linux Systems AdministratorCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsFarnborough, Hampshire, South East England, England
* Time and funds for self-taught learning * Regular new challenges
* Small Team - often left to run projects single-handedly.
- 5.024 Jun 2021Linux Systems EngineerFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsFarnborough, Hampshire, South East England, England
Great place to learn - working with a variety of customers with different existing systems and goals leads to getting hands on with a lot of different software Varied work, often jumping between outages or support requests which need addressing in a timely fashion and scheduled longer term projects Good internal and external communication both when working remotely and in the office
Relatively small company I'm not a fan of the time tracking required for the job
- 5.024 Jun 2021Linux Systems AdministratorCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearFarnborough, Hampshire, South East England, England
* The ability to progress through your career whether you're just starting out as an apprentice or you're a Linux whizz. * Small company means more focused work. You get a real family feel here. * Opportunities to WFH or adjust work schedules.
* Don't expect to be top of the ranks early on. Trust needs to be proven. * If you enjoy being around lots of people in a fast place area, here isn't for you.
- 5.023 May 2017DirectorCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsFarnborough, Hampshire, South East England, England
Brilliant opportunities for staff. Dogsbody Technology run an apprenticeship program which has so far gone on to hire all staff after completing their apprenticeship. Staff are given a training budget and encouraged to "find their passion".
Dogsbody Technology is a small company at the end of the day so large salaries for small roles isn't going to happen I'm afraid.
- 5.025 Jan 2020Linux Systems AdministratorFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsFarnborough, Hampshire, South East England, England
Lots of training opportunities alongside great on the job training. Exciting design/engineering work. Reasonably flexible working hours and remote working too.
High pressure situations can result in an unpleasant work environment occasionally.