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7.1 / 10

(based on 108 ratings in 2015)

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

2015

"The organisation has state of the art offices and an informal dress code."
Local Government Graduate Development Programme,
"The different government buildings often blend modern with historical spaces. The offices are centrally located and the dress code is standard business wear."
Civil Service Graduate Development Programme,
"The office is in a very nice location with good canteen and all mod-cons suitably provided. The dress code is quite casual, though I would prefer if it were more business-like since we are so much in the public domain."
Local Government Graduate Development Programme,
"There are many different Civil Service offices around the country. Many are in old buildings owned by the government and are very impressive."
Civil Service Graduate Development Programme,
"The dress code is smart casual, although if you are meeting with the public smarter dress is appropriate. The offices are relatively new, and therefore facilities and equipment are very good."
Local Government Graduate Development Programme,
"The office is in a great location, transport is good and the building facilities are good."
Local Government Graduate Development Programme,
"The building is relatively new so the facilities are good and the location is in the city centre which is great. There does not seem to be a dress code here, so it varies from section to section with management and customer service staff dressing quite corporately. There is plenty of office space and a staff canteen."
Local Government Graduate Development Programme,
"The offices are in a good location, and are very modern and open-plan."
Local Government Graduate Development Programme,
"Our building is modern, clean and accessible for people with disabilities, and the office is bright and comfortable. The building location is easy to find with free parking available to the public. There are canteen facilities on the premises and we are reasonably close to the town centre."
Local Government Graduate Development Programme,
"The buildings are not new, which has its charm, and the offices and facilities are essentially fine. The dress code is formal, although it does vary by gender and role, I have found."
Civil Service Graduate Development Programme,
"The offices are very accessible and so is the location. The dress code is informal at my grade, and as you get to more senior management it is formal dress code."
Local Government Graduate Development Programme,
"There is a smart casual dress code, but it is taken as a given that you would dress appropriately when meeting with the public in an official capacity. The office space is great, and outside the main town so parking is ample."
Local Government Graduate Development Programme,
"The facilities are pretty standard, however the location is great. The dress code is formal with a tie for meetings generally."
IGEES, Graduate Economist Development Programme,
"I work in a modern office in a really great city centre location. The dress code is formal, with a suit and tie for men, and the equivalent for women."
Civil Service Graduate Development Programme,
"The office space is modern and clean. The location is at the periphery of the city with good access to public transport and parking. The dress code ranges from informal to business attire and reflects the wide variety of roles within local government. Most employees will dress according to their duties on a given day, but the average dress is semi-casual."
Local Government Graduate Development Programme,
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