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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…
As a programmer my day to day responsibilities include working on bugs or features to enhance our software, as specified by the team's analysts, and working with the analysts through the development process to ensure that the feature/bug is effective in its aim.
Free food, free drinks and lots of people who enjoy the work hard/play hard lifestyle. Fantastic culture.
Technical that we were given 3 days to perform (Which I did on the 3rd night), open day, interview. It took a while for them to sort through everything but there is apparently >1000 applications for the intake so I can forgive that.
What my aspirations were, why I wanted to work for the company, what my experience is, how my knowledge of visual studio was, what I did at uni, how I feel I would fit in the company. Fairly basic interview questions.
Getting a referral would help. The best way is to become an intern first, as they are often successful graduate applicants. Otherwise, be good at what you do, be confident you can do it, and sell yourself well
Very flexible, with the caveat that your work gets done.
You are paid a fair amount for the work you do and the skills you possess
The recreational areas include a pool table, racing sim and consoles with ample seating. Friday afternoons are reserved for social hour this helps people connect with each other and relax after a hard week at work keeping the great atmosphere, free drinks and snacks are also nice.
You are given a buddy who is assigned to help you acclimate with the company when you arrive. They will call you and introduce themselves to you before you start and overall they provide someone to talk to. It was a great experience.
The eight week graduate induction program covered everything I needed to know about the company. My team provides support whenever I need it. O-Week takes new employees through everything they need to know.
Opportunities are based on openings, skills and merit as with most companies.
Everyone is welcome here, no discrimination.
We have disabled people that work for us, the workplace has facilities
TechnologyOne Foundation does a lot of work with a number of education related charities.
The communal area is while separated from the rest of the space open and inclusive and able to be accessed from 2 of the levels, with a kitchen on each level for the staff.
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