(based on 29 ratings in 2014)
"People get promoted based on achievements, time served and merit. It gets gradually more difficult to get promoted the higher up you get, but on average people get promoted every 18 months or so."Midlevel, Dublin
"Your career progression depends a little bit on your project assignments. If you don't get to show your leadership skills because the team is really small it might influence how you progress. People outside consultancy roles might take longer to progress."Midlevel, Dublin
"There is a well structured career progression in Guidewire, and if an employee performs well then promotion is very possible. Also, employees can move around into different areas of the company if appropriate."Entry level, Dublin
"There are a number of teams and career paths at the company; data management, training, mobile development, etc. And once you make your manager aware of a wish to transition into one of these roles it isn't usually too hard to make the move, provided you show the skills needed for the role. There are training modules for a few of these things as well."Graduate, Dublin
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