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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…
Software developer and consultant. Can vary between feature deliveries to Continuous delivery enablement.
Flat structure without unnecessary management interference. Great people always working to do the best work they can do. Culture of doing the right thing and making the world a better place. Plenty of after hour’s events of both a learning and pure social nature.
Know that the interview process takes time - don’t panic!
My work hours can be flexible if I need to go urgently somewhere but in general, I do 9 - 5.30
For a grad it’s not a bad starting point given the training we receive
Lots of free stuff - free outings, free beer, free Friday lunch. Lots of travel opportunities. They fly you home every weekend when you work in another state. Great living away benefits. You are bound to learn lots.
Flat structure, very accessible
5 week intensive training at ThoughtWorks University in India & ongoing self-directed training - very well delivered
This is good in that you can make your own path but I think it will require lots of self-motivation and self-direction
ThoughtWorks are actively involved in trying to understand and improve the situation for women working in IT where they are a minority. They assist related organisations as well as internally having very inclusive policies and people. ThoughtWorks has won awards for being an employer of choice for women as well so no need to go just based on my word either. ThoughtWorks are dedicated to removing the gender pay gap and release data showing their compliance with equal pay. ThoughtWorks are an organisation very interested in social justice in all respects and would not allow discrimination of people based on their ethnicity, LGBT status or gender. There is a LGBT group at ThoughtWorks who are active and listened to by the organisation. I was involved in the group’s recent efforts to ensure more employees were aware of LGBT issues particularly trans* issues. These were all very well received and encouraged. We also have interns from Career Trackers who support indigenous university students
I don’t have any specific examples for ThoughtWorks Australia off the top of my head but I know ThoughtWorks India have a 2 year internship which they offer only to people from less privileged backgrounds.
Large numbers of software projects focused on this.
Particularly the new Melbourne office is amazing. It’s in the middle of the city and has beautiful views from the 23rd floor. There is plenty of room for events and lots of food and drink. There is gear always set up for the band to play and we can use a room for practicing. The dress code while at the office is casual.
I was really happy being able to get involved in a global movement within ThoughtWorks to understand and act on environmental issues. The focus is more on education and a larger scope than just ourselves though. I am a harsh critic on this issue as its one that I have come to understand deeply and I think there is a bit more which can be done but there is still lots happening to improve this all the time.Join us to bookmark!
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