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Culture at Ixom
- Average rating for Culture, based on 8 reviews7.7 / 10
Please describe your company's culture both in the office and after hours. Let us know about the structure and hierarchy, cooperation and teamwork, and socialising amongst colleagues.
Within my direct team (Engineering/Projects) we have a fantastic, friendly, and helpful work culture. I feel relaxed around my colleagues and that they appreciate the work I complete and what I bring to the team dynamic.
Graduate, Mt Maunganui
Individually each person demonstrates a kind and considerate nature. However with recent company changes, divisions within the different work groups can sometimes be seen.
My company's culture is generally good, the people are friendly and helpful. Issues can sometimes arise when different departments put a lot of load on each other, but again this can happen in many different environments.
Colleagues are more than willing to answer any of my questions. After work we enjoy partaking in social sports leagues - Volleyball and Basketball thus far. Friday refreshments are also regularly had to relax and unwind with each other as we ease into the weekend
Graduate, Tauranga (NZ)
Everyone is very friendly and there are usually a few lunches that happen during the year for everyone on site. And my team and I sometimes go for Friday lunch together. I would say that everyone on site is very approachable and always willing to take the time to explain something to me if I ask them. There does seem to be a bit of politics between some of the departments, but it is minor and I think this would be common across most plants.
The degree of cooperation/teamwork/socialising is entirely up to you, everyone is friendly and ready to help, if you reach out, you will get results. On the other hand, the culture is not one that proactively seeks teamwork and cooperation. Hence at this point, I'd say the company is really good for seasoned professionals, but could be improved for graduates who are seeking to learn.