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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…
Backend end software developer, production support developer. My task involve design, implement new feature as well as making internal technology improvements.
Smart and friendly people with lots of opportunities to socialize.
What is the most interesting project do you think in Iress? What is the major tech stack Iress is using?
Hours are very flexible, as long as work is delivered.
Managers are accessible. The catch-ups and one on ones provide good opportunities to learn from them.
Some training is very useful, like Kanban training Some other training like culture fit is not necessary
It would be better if people are more keen on trying out more different tech stack options in the backend teams.
Diversity is encouraged.
IRESS foundation have events all year round
Recently moved to a new office in Barangaroo, that is fitted out perfectly. Open plan office, perfect facilities, and a prime location in the harbour. Dress code is relaxed, and anything appropriate is encouraged. You could have someone in a hoodie and jeans sitting next to someone dressed to the nines in wonderful workplace fashion, for the same role.Join us to bookmark!
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