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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 day to day responsibilities changes constantly, depending on the projects I have been allocated. Some projects that I have been allocated, focuses on evaluating existing processes and developing new ideas and strategy to making the process more efficient.
My company culture is relaxed and flexible. All employees are very helpful and cooperative. The company structure is complex, which provides employees access and exposure to a large network and expertise.
It's just one assessment day including interview.
I start very early and finish early, sometimes I get exhausted before my day finishes and on those days I would go home early and then rest for a bit and then continue to work till dinner time. I work channelizing my productivity.
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Travel, broadband allowance, mobile handset, gym reimbursement
The managers are very inspirational, however they are very busy leaders. Thus, it can be difficult reaching the leaders at times.
My company outsources to professional organisations to provide training and skill building workshops. Thus far, as part of the graduate program we have two training days per quarter in addition to the initial 4 week induction/training.
I have no idea about this question or the one above, I am assuming it must be okay since I have seen people move up.
We aren't that diverse in terms of gender but we are trying to get there. In other ethnic factors, I think we are quite okay.Join us to bookmark!
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