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I really enjoyed working for Clock. The staff are very friendly and helpful.
I was always involved by other members of staff in any work that was undertaken.
If i was unsure about anything, i would always ask my manager or other colleagues. They usually leave what they are curreently doing and help you out,
There was always work to be done. Working for clock was a very relaxed environment, but there were times where it got really busy.
On ceretain projects that we undertook, I was given pretty much all the responsability, where i had to liase with clients and find out what they needed to be done. In some cases, i had to involve a manager in certain decisions
Working for Clock has been the best job yet. I learnt a wide range of skills which are/will be useful to me. I am currently learning about web developement at Universtiy and the skills I learnt at my placement have come in very handy.
The office atmosphere was great and exciting. Someone would always make the day be interesting. They are a fun and friendly bunch!
It was organised very well. From the moment I started work, there was always something to do to keep myself busy or occupied.
The company invested a lot of time into me. At first, I mainly worked on small jobs that needed doing which is where i started to develop my skills.
Working from home
I would really enjoy working for this company in the future.
There was always something to do, from birthdays, to just days out in general. We would always try to organisae an event within the company, from days out to a game of cards after hours.
In the towns nearby, there were a lot of things to, i.e shopping, cinema and other social activites.
Again, in the towsn nearby, there were a lot of pubs/bars that you could go to and a variety of nightclubs to choose from.
As stated before, we would try to always do something within the company, but sometimes this was not possible as work needed to be done.
Placement (5-9 Months)
7th December 2009