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Reviews by VMware graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.5GradAustralia surveyed 7 graduates working at VMware. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 7 responses.
- People are very co-operative
- The best thing about working at my company is that you are surrounded by very friendly work colleagues, who are always happy to help.
- I love my work environment and the people.
- The best thing working at my company is how diverse the work community is with colleagues from various backgrounds and expertise.
- The not so great thing working at my company is that you have to be proactive in asking questions and asking for help, because you are expected to track yourself.
- Changes happen too fast before structure and support can follow up
- The catering for vegetarians
What insiders say about…
My work tasks aren't planned well in advance but I pick up workload as I go through the week.
Very supporting culture overall. Few bureaucracies. Cooperation exists within and between departments
The interview process and assessment was one of the best I've had. The process was very efficient and fun. The assessment group activities encouraged a lot of teamwork and the interviews were well organised.
Some of the questions asked were about my experience and background, as well as some behavioural and situational questions.
I recommend candidates to research about my company prior to their application, to understand why they want to work for my company and how our values align with them. Be themselves and express their interest.
My company and my manager is flexible with my hours. My hours are generally the normal business hours, however it is up to me to personally track my meetings and rearranging my work hours around those meetings.
I am happy with the pay and bonuses offered at my company.
My company's best perks are health insurance, broadband allowance and gym subsidy.
I have a very good relationship with my manager, he is a great person to learn from and despite being so busy he makes himself accessible.
Vmware doesn't always do a good job with their training materials, best way to learn has been going up to people and asking them to explain whatever you don't understand.
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