Offices & Dress

8.1 / 10

(based on 43 ratings in 2014)


"Office spaces can vary from open-plan to cubicle offices. The dress code is very casual, nobody cares what anyone else is wearing."
Graduate, Kildare
"I work in an open-plan office broken down into cubicles. These are given out depending on which team you are working on. So you are always close to your team members if you have any questions. The dress code is smart casual."
Graduate, Leixlip
"Shared desk space. State of the art conference and collaboration rooms. Kitchen spaces and large TVs for lunch breaks. There are also game consoles and sleeping pods for breaks (though on Irish sites, people are almost afraid to be seen using them, because it might look like you are not doing your job)."
Graduate, Leixlip
"The offices have free fruit and hot drinks. There is a strong emphasis on ergonomics. There is a free gym on-site and free classes are run in the amenities centre across the road. The canteen food is okay. The location is perhaps not ideal; there is very little to do in Leixlip."
Graduate, Dublin
"The dress code is completely casual, the offices have recently been redecorated and are very bright and pleasant."
Graduate, Dublin
"Some offices are older but nice enough. Everyone has the same sized office, and it lets everyone be equally approachable. We all work to the same goal. Dress code is very casual, to encourage comfort and hence productivity."
Graduate, Leixlip
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