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Bank of Ireland

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7.8 / 10

(based on 26 ratings in 2015)

How would you describe your firm's office space, location and facilities? Is there a dress code at your firm?

2015

"In my opinion, the Group has very modern offices with nice open planned areas, and they have on-site canteens that provide high quality food. I have found that the dress code is very dependent on the area you are in, but it would usually consist of a suit and a tie."
Graduate, Dublin
"The dress code at Bank of Ireland is smart casual, with casual dress on Fridays. I find that the location of the London office is very good as it is central."
Graduate, London
"I work in a nice building, with free drinks machines and a subsidised canteen. Showers and changing rooms help employees who cycle to work or exercise at lunch. Dress code is business casual and casual on Friday."
Graduate, Bristol
"Although the offices are becoming somewhat overcrowded (you may not have a seat), other facilities, such as the canteen space downstairs, and those in most of the buildings are good."
Graduate, Dublin
"The office is nice, but I don't have much to compare it to. There is a hot-desk policy so you can end up sitting in a different seat each day, which is interesting, but stressful if there are no desks left! The location is great, a 10-15 minute walk from Dublin's St Stephen's Green. There's a very good subsidised canteen here."
Graduate, Dublin
"I have found that both the London and Bristol offices are excellent, in good locations and are very nice looking places. Bristol has an excellent canteen, and the dress code in the office is smart casual (shirt and trousers)."
Graduate, Bristol

2014

"I am based in central London, we have an excellent building and surrounding area with lots of shops, bars, and restaurants nearby. The dress code is smart casual. A lot of male workers will wear a shirt but no tie."
Graduate, London
"Our office space is quite new and modern with good facilities and a canteen. The dress code is business dress Monday to Thursday, with casual Fridays."
Graduate, Dublin
"The dress code is smart business wear. The office is in an excellent location about 20 minutes' walk from Dublin city centre."
Graduate, Dublin
"The company has numerous office buildings that are modern (except one or two that are going to be renovated in the next few years) and have good facilities. The dress code is business dress except on Fridays when you are allowed to wear casual clothes."
Graduate, Dublin
"My office is located near Baggot Street which is nice with many places to go for lunch outside of the building. There is no car parking nearby for graduates, but there are shower facilities for runners/bikers. Dress code depends on the team, but usually a suit and tie is required for meetings, but generally just a dress shirt and slacks are fine."
Graduate, Dublin
"Bank of Ireland is spread among a few locations, mainly in Dublin. Some offices are new, whilst some of the older offices are not as nice. The dress code is business and casual on Fridays."
Finance, Graduate, Dublin
"We have very attractive, modern offices and the location outside of town is also a bonus. Facilities are average in my opinion, with an adequate canteen."
Graduate, Dublin

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