Best and Worst Things About Alfa

This page tells you the Best things and the Worst things about working at Alfa - all the information is taken directly from Alfa graduate employee reviews

Free coffee made by one of our 2 Barista's in our Cafe Moor, the company meetings and conferences (often abroad) and all the amazing Social events. We are busy, there is lots to do but if you like that environment then you will do well!
at Alfa
Travel opportunities, salary and interesting work.Sometimes you are managed poorly and have to work with substandard colleagues.
at Alfa
Good support from more experienced staff. Driven and intelligent colleagues. Very open working environment where asking questions and challenging decisions to get the right result is actively encouraged. Opportunities to travel.The steep learning curve can be frustrating. The work can be quite repetitive for a developer in that you'll be coding most of the time with few meetings.
Consultant, at Alfa
The people.Individual work makes up the largest part of the job.
Junior Consultant, at Alfa
The people, the training and the work life balance.Consultancy can involve a lot of tedious tasks at lower levels.
Junior Consultant, at Alfa
Work/life balance.
Junior Consultant, at Alfa
Challenging nature of the work.If you are on client site during the week it's harder to get involved with the office social life.
Junior Consultant, at Alfa
Interesting challenges.Long running projects.
Consultant, Research and Development at Alfa
Very friendly environment to work in. Good starting salary. The hours are good, you are not expected to work above 40 hours a week in general. Lots of formal training.Given you are a consultant it is not all about developing and may not be as technical as you want from a job.
Software Consultant , at Alfa
The work is interesting and the business is really welcoming, everyone is willing to help you out when you first start.The learning curve is quite steep.
Junior Consultant, at Alfa