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Reviews by ThoughtWorks graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.4GradAustralia surveyed 16 graduates working at ThoughtWorks. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 16 responses.
- Great community, interesting work, amazing opportunities to work in different cities around Australia and abroad. The graduate training took place in India, and I got to be a part of a global experience.
- Flat organisational structure, trust, progressiveness.
- Training budget, Flat structure, mobile & internet allowance
- Travel, variety, colleagues
- The awesome people I have around me to learn from.
- Uncertainty around travel
- Strong opinions can mean some heated debates
- With so many interesting things happening and events to go to, I have to pace myself and not just do everything because there isn’t enough time in a day.
- Very strong opinionated people.
What insiders say about…
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ThoughtWorks is a family. There are team lunches, weekend activities, family events, and heaps more. The ThoughtWorks culture is fabulous to be a part of.
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40 hour weeks, which is rare for consultants. Hours are as flexible as the client is usually.
I have always received pay increases above inflation. Pay is not a very strong motivator for me anyway but I feel it’s plenty.
5 weeks paid training in India for all graduates hired. Free lunch every Friday and likely other meals. The office is always full of drinks and snacks. Monthly communications allowance for internet and phone. $2000 and 2 days leave for training each year (not including the trip to India). Opportunities to work interstate and/or internationally with their own benefits. Lots of events and parties.
I don’t feel that I’m being managed or have a manager within ThoughtWorks. I just have people who I can go to for help with different things and support. I have a primary mentor as well as many other individuals who mentor me as less formally. I receive feedback and can request more at any time. I feel I am praised often and have access to a lot of internal communications. I can participate or at least attend most of the meetings held by leadership teams and have frequent status reports on many elements of the inner workings of the business. I feel I can ask anything of anyone in this regard.
I have not only attended the paid 5 week training in India when I was hired as a grad but also have had the opportunity to attend other conferences since at my own discretion. With the allocated $2000 training budget and 2 days training leave per year I can get access to whatever training I think is right for me. There are also free and discounted training opportunities and plenty of meet-ups and events which ThoughtWorks host/sponsor which i can/do attend.
This is good in that you can make your own path but I think it will require lots of self-motivation and self-direction
At the grad level they hire 50/50 male/female
Level up programmes working with Colleges in low income areas
One of the three pillars of the company is to strive for social and economic justice. I have seen this impact the projects that we have taken on and how we as a company have reacted to clients in a big way.
In the inner heart of the city; you can sit anywhere you want. Casual dress code.
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