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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…
I mainly test the new implementations and bug fixes in the software, as well as provide details for upcoming enhancements/features. I also research new technologies for future implementation.
There is a huge emphasis on teamwork, and the open office spaces allow for interaction and working together. There a lot of social events at the office which gives us the opportunity to mingle with colleagues and get our minds off work. There is however room for improvement with the accommodating of a multicultural workforce.
Interview was a sit down interview with 2 senior members (Enterprise Architects) who asked me questions about my interests and my skills from my uni degree. No formal "hard" questions were asked (didn't have to solve a code puzzle on the board in the room or anything like that). They did ask specific questions about subject fields I indicated I had knowledge in, presumably to test how deep that knowledge was (for me it was database systems). Before being interviewed I was given a coding test where I was given a loose spec of a product to code and was given a loose deadline of 2-3 days to make it, along with a justification on why I made the choices I did etc. The test was very open ended and was enjoyable to make (it was a bit of a logical challenge)
C# experience would be a huge help. Engaging with university group projects is essential - programming at TechnologyOne is all about working in a team setting and a surprising amount of socialisation occurs throughout a given day.
Reasonably flexible in when you work them, but they are often really long - there is a constant pressure to get stuff done quickly when customers are having issues.
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.
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.
There is a lot going on. The way in which the training was given suffered from being a bit all over the shop, but it is extensive. There has been customer service, public speaking, product, and programming training so far.
There seems to be good opportunities for people to advance in this company, it depends on your role, skills and aspirations.
Everyone is welcome here, no discrimination.
We have disabled people that work for us, the workplace has facilities
There is the TechnologyOne Foundation that pledges 1% of profit, time and product to social responsibility. I have been involved in two volunteering activities so far.
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.
It is a tech company using cloud infrastructure. There was a successful hack day project to replace the lighting with low power and pollution light bulbs, but there isn't exactly much that can be done.Join us to bookmark!
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