I had a very wholesome experience and got a really good understanding of how the company and how a day to day job at the company was. I would say I really enjoyed it and got a lot out of it, which made it even more enjoyable.
I felt very respected and valued in a sense that when we did all our work, my voice and input were taken into account and considered in the delivery of work.
I had a manager overlooking and guiding me throughout the whole experience. He gave me enough for me to understand how to do things, and enough to let me explore my own style of working and delivery method. The constant feedback which is a result of agile way of working was also very helpful.
I use the skills i obtained at the insight in my day to day job now, where i further enhance the experience and skill set that i obtained.
Very structured, like i said i got a wholesome view and experience of the whole company and how things work. I interacted with a lot of managers and senior managers, got to do a lot of work and networked with a lot of people. I did not only gain work experience, i also gained networking experience.
It was a fun atmosphere, as much as you were doing a lot of work, you still learned a lot informally and that was fun. It was not highly pressured where you felt like giving up, it was challenging enough to make you want to deliver the best.
The firm has invested a lot into my development. I not only got adequate training in the first few weeks, I also got relevant training that are useful in my career life. A lot of the training are very accessible at any time and anywhere which is a plus point.
A great extent. The insight entailed an actual delivery of a project. We were required to work in an agile manner which is generally how the company works on a day to day basis. Throughout the insight, I worked with senior manager, managers which is what a full time role entails. Hence, i think it helped me understand a lot about the general company.
Not a great extent but still enough to like and choose the company as a first job. The culture of the company varies as it is a massive company as a whole. To an extent, i understood that the company culture was very fast paced and agile. They value good work and are very good network of people as everyone was very helpful.
Very valuable. As the company works with cutting edge technology, during the insight day, we were given the opportunity to work with technology that defines the current landscape everywhere now. I thought it was very useful and eye opening to realise how interesting the content was and how that might just be the career path i want to get into.
Yes a lot! Senior managers, managers, analyst. They were also very open to sharing their experiences and helping us figure out the whole company and work structure. They were also very helpful after the insight and helped us all network beyond the insight event. One of them even helped me land my first project role.
It was very fun, we had social events where it wasn't too rigid and generally spoke and networked to people in an informal manner.
Yes i did. everyone there was very passionate about what they do outside of project work, which also is another reason why i chose them as an employee. Whatever interest you have they usually facilitate in making it a community event or team. They are also very good on cultural and communities like LGBTQ, which is a plus point.
100%, i've been going around telling my peers to join it as it is such a good experience to see if you'd actually enjoy a job you could potentially take on. As graduates, i think it is hard to certainly know what you want to do. Hence an insight like this is very useful.