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Reviews by IRESS graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.4GradAustralia surveyed 12 graduates working at IRESS. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 12 responses.
- The work culture in the Sydney office. One of the greatest places to work at.
- Good people to work with. Good work environment. Work life balance
- Smart and friendly colleagues. Interesting work using modern technology.
- Friendly and encouraging company culture, social events, team building Flat structure, can talk to anyone in the company any time
- Environment, people.
- Sometimes can get a bit busy.
- Turnaround when working/communicating with staff internationally
- Remuneration isn't very attractive.
- Difficult to get a raise
- The time it takes to travel to work
What insiders say about…
As a software engineer, my work revolves around new feature development or bug fixing on existing code. In addition I assist other, newer developers with their work or review code within my team's purview.
Sydney office culture is amazing. Very relaxed and open environment. Structure is very flat, with necessary hierarchy, but otherwise everyone has a chance to step up and suggest ideas, deliver results and make changes. Socialising among colleagues is a big part of the culture, in what we do, and how we wind down.
When I interviewed for this job, there were 3 phases: - Online codility technical quiz. - On site teamwork exam. - Behavioural and technical interview.
Normally from 8: 30 to 5: 30. Very flexible. You can choose a early start or late start as long as your total working time meets the requirement.
Managers are not "managers", here we use the name "people leaders". They make good mentors and are willing to help at any time.
Company organise events for knowledge sharing, however self-discipline is required.
I have already made moves to rank up, but withdrawn for personal desires (I wasn't done writing code). Company in general does have a problem promoting from within.
As an LGBT worker myself, this office has been great. The staff and systems are perfect, I have never felt discriminated against. I was highly disappointed when the company refused to take a stance on Marriage Equality though. Wishy-washiness on important social issues isn't a good look, and doesn't inspire confidence.
Being a fintech company, a lot of hire are from the groups you'd expect, due to the volume of applicants. But the company is always eager to hire people from diverse backgrounds.Join us to bookmark!
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