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Reviews by TechnologyOne graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.7GradAustralia surveyed 13 graduates working at TechnologyOne. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 13 responses.
- Doing work that I enjoy.
- The people and the culture they have fostered.
- Great office culture. Interesting work as a developer.
- The culture : the working atmosphere is great, and the people are great too.
- The rapid and constant growth of both the company and the software.
- Constantly understaffed teams and departments make it difficult to get things done. Everyone is stressed, very busy and under pressure.
- I have not experienced anything 'bad' at my company. Any issues that I have had are part and parcel to working in the professional arena
- Legacy is a big issue. Enterprise can also be quite slow moving compared to smaller companies.
- I do not have a clear career progression. No one has talk to me about how I move up in the company.
- It's not easy to keep up with said changes all the time
What insiders say about…
Coordinating all aspects of R&D Programs, including management of demo environments, internal showcases, release roadshows, and engineering forums - Assisting with development of R&D Programs and materials (e.g. technical content, R&D research, intern projects, demo videos, FAQs) - Brainstorming ideas and liaising with the Corporate Marketing team for the production of marketing collateral
It is just outstanding. There is Friday drinks from 4-7pm every week, the end of year party has just come and gone, there are hack days where everyone in the company is given leave to work on whatever they want for the day (As long as it is for the company). Our CEO, Edward Chung, is the most approachable guy in the world. Most people are just genuinely nice people.
First is a programming task, then an aptitude test, then an interview
Because the interview is the last step, the intention is to determine if you will fit in the company culture. Its a chance for them to get to know you, and vice versa.
Show your passion in the interview :)
The company offers work from home for my role if I am too sick or have other commitments. Hours are 8 hours a day however the starting and end time of those 8 hours are flexible to a degree.
The pay is good and generally to industry standard, so far. I don't know how raises and options for bonuses will work on a longer term employment basis.
Lots of catered events and breakfast in the kitchen every day.
My team lead is very accessible, I can request a meeting if there are any problems. recognition and praise are provided in the form of a yearly review.
Intensive project with all the new graduates was a great way to begin with the company. Had formal training in a number of areas as part of the project.
I am not sure yet. It seems, at least in R&D, that if you are good enough, you will rise up. This means that the people that are good enough to rise will, and those that don't put in all their effort will not.
Unconscious bias awareness program, career resilience courses, gender pay analysis, providing women in tech with mentoring opportunities to grow their own skills, providing amazing benefits that serve the unique needs of our people
Casting our net wider to make sure we attract the best talent for every role - Driving career progression, regardless of race, gender or any other discriminating factor - Developing our grad programs - Developing our intern program (recognised by Interns Australia as one of the best intern programs available)
TechnologyOne Foundation - we give a percentage of our work time to charity Fundraising events
Beautiful office. private bar inside the office, with a central area around filled with video game consoles, pool table, foosball etc. plenty of space to sit around and eat lunch/chat with having a break. Free breakfast bar. Dress code is casual (company polo or company t-shirt and jeans).
We try to do everything electronically. Lights go out automatically. Meeting rooms have sensors to know you've left the room. Brisbane HQ is a 6 star energy efficient building.Join us to bookmark!
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