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Culture at Norman Disney & Young
- Average rating for Culture, based on 12 reviews8.4 / 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.
Everyone is supportive and happy to help you out when needed. People work hard to get jobs done but when it is time to relax, have a beer, play ping-pong everyone is laid back and fun to be around
Everyone is helpful and enjoys the social side
There is plenty of socializing during Friday nights, and as well as external social functions throughout the year for the graduates to organize for the rest of the office. There are many different types of people, who are helpful to each other as we all are working in projects together.
I have made a bunch of friends from work that I now see outside of the office - whether it be rock climbing or drinks on the weekend.
The culture is very much set around workload with the social club and charitable trust set in place as a buffer. Despite this there are still many who spent time doing things together out of the office.
Everyone is easy to get along with, and are always up for a chat whether it be work related or just a general chin wag.
Most people stay in the office after hours. High achievers. People are driven and care about providing good service to the client. The mechanical team is social and being at work is enjoyable.
virtual global team, work is shared between locations. Occasional socialising after work