All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Liberty Global employees based on 44 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.7/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.9/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.7/5
 
Benefits:
4.4/5
 
Company Culture:
4.2/5
 
Career Progression:
4/5
 
Colleagues:
4.5/5
 
Training:
3.8/5
 
Enjoyment:
4/5
 
Overall Rating:
4.1/5
 

Liberty Global is a world leader in converged broadband, video, and mobile communications services. We offer a choice of tailored development programmes for Graduates.


Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Graduate Scheme Job Title: Technology Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Smart and nice employees, good vibe at work, you get to decide what you want to work on

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Technology Job Title: Graduate

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Technology and Innovation Job Title: Graduate Trainee

What are the best and worst things about your job?

An internationally-oriented, friendly work environment where leadership and colleagues care about each other. A lot of opportunities for personal and professional growth, warm work atmosphere, great salary and benefits package.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Finance Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Career progression opportunities
- Knowledgeable employees you can learn a lot from
- Locations you can choose to work in

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Finance Job Title: Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?
Office culture Enjoyable work Responsibility from day 1 Good pay International opportunities Read more


Industry: Banking and Finance Department: Central Risk & Compliance Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?
Very good support from colleagues and the graduate scheme. Amazing development opportunities. Read more


Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Financial Control & Budget Allocation Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?
Great training Company are very patient whilst you learn your role Good benefits and helpful at relocating Read more


Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Procurement Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?
It great having to interact with different stakeholders on a day-to-day basis Read more


Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Cyber Security Job Title: T&I Graduate: Threat Intelligence Analyst

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Robotics & Automation Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?
responsibility given at such a inexperiecned stage in your career. Read more


Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: CEO Office (former CBA) Job Title: Business Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Team
- Learning Opportunities
- Visibility

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Procurement Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

All colleagues are friendly.
Career progression opportunities.

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Industry: - Select Industry - Department: Product Strategy Job Title: Technology and Innovation Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Great team and colleagues
Great work / life balance
Good training opportunities

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Finance Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Amazing career growth opportunities in a dynamic environment. The rotational aspect of the graduate scheme means you can benefit from trying out 3 different roles.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Financial Group Control Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Best things about my work in the team communication, support and responsibility you get

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Finance Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Get qualification, role changes every year during grad scheme, benefits

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Technology and Innovation Job Title: Project Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

You get to lead a project from day one and make sure everything runs smoothly. I am really learning so much by observing what others do and asking many questions which is very motivating. People seem to trust me and rely on me.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Finance Job Title: Finance Graduate

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Audit, Risk and Compliance Job Title: Finance Graduate

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Internal Audit Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The variety of people you meet. The opportunity to work with some of the best in what they do. Lots of responsibility given which provides you with a real opportunity to learn.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Finance Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Option to try 3 different roles in potentially 3 different companies and/or countries during the grad scheme alone.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Service Development in Life Job Title: Data Scientist

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Finance Job Title: Graduate

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Robotics & Automation Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Fast-paced problem solving environment

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Finance Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Very fast paced and dynamic

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Group Control Job Title: Group Controller - Technology and Innovation

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Challenging
- Great opportunities
- High level of responsibilities

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Finance Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The salary, the opportunity to travel, the exposure to key business functions and senior leadership. The size of the office means you are immediately at the heart of things rather than one of hundreds of new graduates.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Central Business Analysis - Business Intelligence Job Title: Technology & Innovation Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

A wide scope of projects to work on, a productive and interesting environment in which to work with colleagues from all different areas and backgrounds.

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Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing Department: Technology & Innovation Job Title: Technology & Innovation Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Can be flexible
Good facilities/location/pay
Some interesting projects
Good scale of the company

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Capital Allocation and Business Control Job Title: Finance Graduate

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Technology & Innovation Job Title: Technology Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The flexibility of workload & content.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Technology and Innovation Job Title: Technology and Innovation Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

My team - the people are the best part of my job. Everyone is extremely welcoming and fun to work with.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Internal Audit Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Variety in work. Lots of travelling.

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Financial Control Job Title: Finance Graduate - Financial Control

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Good salary
Good managers
Rotation every 12 months

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Industry: Accountancy & Insurance Department: Financial Control Job Title: Finance Graduate

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Content Investment Job Title: Finance graduate analyst

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Technology & Innovation - Business Analysis and Planning Job Title: Technology & Innovation Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Rotating every six months allows to get a better understanding of the internal functioning of the company, and to understand the links between teams and functions. Also, it allows you to build a good professional and personal network.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Technology & Innovation Job Title: Technology & Innovation Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Well paid
Location opportunities in London, Amsterdam and Brussels
Clear career progression
Great social culture within the 'young liberty' society

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Procurement Job Title: Access Network Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Opportunities
- Salary
- Work life balance
- Challenging work

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Procurement Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Benefits
Working environment

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Treasury Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people at the company are great. Self-study towards CIMA gives you a lot of flexibility so can study at your own pace. Work is interesting and you can see the results of your work as you're working at a corporate level.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Technology & Innovation Job Title: Technology & Innovation Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Supportive colleagues
- Chance to work with different countries and companies owned by Liberty Global
- Quite a few events throughout the company (training and social)
- No micro-management culture, freedom given to come up with and complete your own projects

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Group Performance & Strategy Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Lots of opportunities to work with different people in the business.
Lots of exposure to different areas.
Get to understand the foundations of what makes a finance function work well.
Fast paced.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Finance Job Title: Finance Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working environment and complexity of work.

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Application Advice:

Make sure your resume looks professional, no spelling mistakes, only relevant experience and a nice way of formatting

Interview Advice:

Prepare well and be yourself. Give your answers as honest as you can and use a certain framework like the STAR concept when answering questions.

Technology Graduate, Graduate Scheme at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

The application process is six rounds long so have some good stamina. Read up well on the company and industry as such. Be prepared to answer questions such as "How do you think the covid-19 pandemic will influence the telecommunications industry as such and Liberty Global specifically" or "What do you think the future of telecommunications will look like". Also prepare well for questions regarding work ethic, social interactions in the office, teamwork and other topics.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself (that is old I know but still very relevant). Be curious, have a lot of good questions prepared for your interviewer. Be social and open-minded.

Graduate Trainee, Technology and Innovation at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

- 6 Stages in total
- Main stages are the video call & assessment centre
- Prepare for the application centre by researching how you are graded, apply what you learn

Interview Advice:

- Be confident in yourself and display it to the interviewers
- Follow the STAR technique when answering interview questions
- Expect scenario-based questions as well as generic interview questions e.g How did you resolve a problem in your past experience in University/Work?

Finance Graduate, Finance at Liberty Global
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Application Advice: Make your application questions / cover letter short and sweet. Ensure you have all the necessary key points to sell yourself but keep it concise and don't waffle. Emphasize on the skills you have gained from experiences you have had.

Interview Advice: Prepare competency based answers for the 1 on 1 interview using the STAR technique. Make sure you are honest and be yourself!

Finance Graduate, Central Risk & Compliance at Liberty Global
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Application Advice: Only apply if you can commit to the studying. The studying is not excessive but can seem daunting after doing a 9-5.

Interview Advice: Do not try and make things up. The interview process is a personality test. They do not want finance specialists

Finance Graduate, Financial Control & Budget Allocation at Liberty Global
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Interview Advice: Just be yourself and try not to over think

Finance Graduate, Procurement at Liberty Global
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Application Advice: research the company, look at what they do and where they have been involved in the news

Interview Advice: be yourself

Finance Graduate, Robotics & Automation at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Computer

Interview Advice:

Look through company's annual report, listen to an investor call and reach out to people working at LG through LinkedIn

Business Analyst, CEO Office (former CBA) at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Show that you are passionate about the role and company.

Interview Advice:

Why Finance?
Reflect on personal experiences.
Look at job description in detail to see what they are looking for.
Ask the interviewer questions too.
In the group ask - participate your own ideas and build on ideas of others.

Finance Graduate, Procurement at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

There is quite a focus within the company for improving processes and efficiency. Perhaps try to reflect this in your application

Finance Graduate, Finance at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

To demonstrate that you understand the companies values and express how you align with them.

Interview Advice:

Advice I would give is to be confident and be yourself! If it's the right company for you, you will be successful!

Finance Graduate, Financial Group Control at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Try to express as much interest in the industry and company as possible. Talk as much as possible about why your experience makes you stand out.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself! They want to know about your personality, so don't just go in having learnt some pre-set answers off by heart. Familiarise yourself with the company and think about how your experience ties in with the company values.

Finance Graduate, Finance at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Learn as much as you can about the industry, the company and its competitors. You really need to show that telecommunications do interest you.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and very honest. They target very open-minded and extravert people.

Project Manager, Technology and Innovation at Liberty Global
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Interview Advice:

Make sure you are familiar with the company values and show how you embody them.

Finance Graduate, Finance at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Take your time and do not rush the process. Make sure you do your research and understand the core values of the company.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself! Don't be afraid to ask questions about the role / scheme. Make sure you are able to back up your answers with examples.

Finance Graduate, Internal Audit at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Scheme management seems to value employees who are flexible in terms of location and role - so be prepared to be placed in quite an eclectic range of roles and emphasise how agile you are.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you know about a few things happening in the telecoms industry that you are able to talk about - e.g. what key players are doing, challenges, opportunities, and technology developments.

Finance Graduate, Finance at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Apply early, try network with current graduates/employees before submitting an application

Interview Advice:

Be honest and make sure you know the company's values

Finance Graduate, Robotics & Automation at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Be yourself - the process is more relaxed than it is in financial services, it's more important that you are relaxed, friendly, and representing your true self.

Interview Advice:

Look at the company values (there are four) and really demonstrate those. The assessment centre consists of an individual task, a group task and an individual interview.

Finance Graduate, Finance at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Research the role and company thoroughly, be honest and positive in line with the company's ethos and values.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, it shows when you are not.

Understand the company and how you can contribute to the role and wider organisation, ask yourself if the company and role is for you as well as if you are for them, this helps in formulating your responses and allows you to gain a wider perspective.

Technology & Innovation Graduate, Central Business Analysis – Business Intelligence at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Make sure to research the company and tell as much about yourself as you can (without using cliche sentences, make sure the application reflects you, your background and your personality and doesn't really follow structures from CV/application advice websites).

Interview Advice:

Don't tell the interviewers what you think they'd want to hear. If you make a mistake in your presentations don't try to cover it up but instead, focus on how you can avoid the mistake later on and how you could fix it.

Technology & Innovation Graduate, Technology & Innovation at Liberty Global
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Interview Advice:

Knowledge of company values
Focus on 'Grow with us' motto
Understand the various rotations you may be assigned to
Welcome international experience and rotations

Finance Graduate, Capital Allocation and Business Control at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Don't be afraid of relocating. It was my main reason for hesitation, but I took the plunge and haven't looked back.

Interview Advice:

Believe in your answers, not everyone is right. Believe in the reason you're there, don't let the status of others affect your confidence.

Technology Graduate, Technology & Innovation at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Be open and honest in the application process, and don't be afraid to be ballsy. As long as you can back up your strengths with evidence, there is no harm in being confident.

Interview Advice:

Plenty of eye contact. Prepare your achievements and failures, and especially remember how you learned from your failures and what steps you have taken to ensure they will not be repeated. Ensure you are honest as well, this will go a long way.

Technology and Innovation Graduate, Technology and Innovation at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Really research the company and especially the industry in advance of the video interview stage as some of the questions you need to have a lot of knowledge to be able to answer.

Interview Advice:

Do your research on the company before the interview, especially on the values they are looking for and keep these in mind with all the questions they ask. Think about why you like the sound of the role and the company in particular, why finance etc.

Finance Graduate, Internal Audit at Liberty Global
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Interview Advice:

Be confident and enthusiastic. Do some further research on the company and their current projects.

Finance Graduate – Financial Control, Financial Control at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Check the news and not only the company website. LG has gone through a very dynamic year, so try to have as many sources as possible, it will come handy when discussing the company position in the current market environment.

Interview Advice:

When preparing and discussing the business case, focus less on getting the numbers 100% right and more on having a solid story to tell. Explaining the reasoning behind the numbers is more relevant than the numbers themselves.

Technology & Innovation Graduate, Technology & Innovation – Business Analysis and Planning at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Use your wording carefully - show in your examples how you took a leadership role in previous experiences.
Keywords: lead, inspired, motivated, encouraged, initiative etc.

Interview Advice:

Be open about your successes and failures. If you come in all guns blazing claiming how amazing you are then you won't get the job. Be humble about your previous experiences but use them to highlight what you learnt and how you'd approach that failure differently in the future.
ASK QUESTIONS to the interviewer, they want to know you're interested. Try asking them what the main challenges are in the telco industry or in their departments.

Technology & Innovation Graduate, Technology & Innovation at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

- Be clear with your ambitions and interest in Telecoms.
- Explain where and how you see yourself developing on this program.
- Explain how your current aptitudes are a good fit for program.

Interview Advice:

- Be energetic, enthusiastic and willing to learn.

Access Network Analyst, Procurement at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Think of examples of where your skills come in useful and try to illustrate these on your CV.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared for working under tight time limits.

Finance Graduate, Procurement at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Read up on the company values and make sure you understand the telecoms industry enough to be able to talk about it fairly in depth.

Interview Advice:

Ask questions to your interviewer and try to expand on points as much as you can.

Finance Graduate, Treasury at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Prepare well, research the organisation along with all the operating companies it owns in all its markets. Be yourself, don't tell the interviewers what you think they want to hear, tell what you think and feel.

Interview Advice:

Same as the application advice. Come prepared to answer tougher questions (you don't necessarily need to prepare a lot in advance, just bear in mind the interviewers may ask more difficult questions in advance just to see how you can handle them).

Technology & Innovation Graduate, Technology & Innovation at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Take your time.
Don't overthink everything.

Interview Advice:

Prepare, have some knowledge of the company and the industry before.
Have confidence.

Finance Graduate, Group Performance & Strategy at Liberty Global
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Application Advice:

Make sure you prepare for the interviews and research.

Interview Advice:

Research about the company's individualities and be confident.

Finance Graduate, Finance at Liberty Global
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Best:

Great colleagues, really nice atmosphere, international opportunities

Worst:

hierarchy

Technology Graduate, Graduate Scheme at Liberty Global
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Best:

Open-minded, friendly work environment. Many opportunities for personal development and growth. Great salary and work package.

Worst:

Nothing really.

Graduate Trainee, Technology and Innovation at Liberty Global
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Best: The company makes you feel valued as an employee.

Worst: Not much diversity within top management.

Finance Graduate, Central Risk & Compliance at Liberty Global
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Best: The company culture is modern, and treats all is staff very well.

Finance Graduate, Robotics & Automation at Liberty Global
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Best:

- Management
- Working environment
- Learning Opportunities
- Benefit packages
- Work/Life balance

Worst:

- Growth opportunities

Business Analyst, CEO Office (former CBA) at Liberty Global
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Best:

Dynamic and constantly changing in a good way.
Focussed on efficiency and process improvements, particular use of robotics and automation.
Salary above market rate.
Benefits package.
International Opportunities.
Support for employees is second to none.

Worst:

One office is based in Bradford - however the office has been recently renovated and has a slightly more relaxed culture which is great.

Finance Graduate, Finance at Liberty Global
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Best:

The company really does value you which can be shown in the openness from the very top of the company all the way down.

They look after their staff and provide support in whichever way needed

Worst:

No bad points from me so far

Finance Graduate, Financial Group Control at Liberty Global
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Best:

Amazing work environment and culture. They truly push you to give the best of yourself. There are plenty of learning opportunities as well as very varied career opportunities.

Worst:

Very political, it can take a lot of time to have a simple decision approved.

Project Manager, Technology and Innovation at Liberty Global
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Best:

Great employee engagement during lockdown. Feel very supported starting a new job completely remotely.

Finance Graduate, Finance at Liberty Global
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Best:

Liberty global are big on personal development, with lots of training available to everyone at all levels.
Lots of employee benefits, the company make you feel valued for your work.
The company adapts well in meeting employees needs, home equipment for work from home and also webinars on mental well-being during these tough times.

Finance Graduate, Internal Audit at Liberty Global
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Best:

Good people - invested in your learning and development

Worst:

Lack of female role models in senior leadership

Finance Graduate, Finance at Liberty Global
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Best:

Encouraged to be myself at work and bring "positive disruption"

Finance Graduate, Robotics & Automation at Liberty Global
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Best:

- Day to day colleagues and managers
- Innovation
- Cash rich, nice events, etc.

Worst:

- Board (American, right-wing, old minded type of leadership)

Group Controller – Technology and Innovation, Group Control at Liberty Global
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Best:

A very successful parent company that carries a lot of prestige.

An interesting place to work with a vast amount of talent and knowledge.

Worst:

As with any company drastic changes can happen which may affect oneself unexpectedly.

Technology & Innovation Graduate, Central Business Analysis – Business Intelligence at Liberty Global
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Best:

They genuinely care and are open to suggestions around work & work/life balance

Worst:

Again, worst is harsh. An area to improve would be a more company wide social aspect, more dialog between colleagues

Technology Graduate, Technology & Innovation at Liberty Global
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Best:

Very innovative,. They employ the best people, and staff are encouraged to follow their own projects, create new ones and work with almost absolute autonomy.

Worst:

Very financially driven company, and very large organisational changes can occur frequently.

Technology and Innovation Graduate, Technology and Innovation at Liberty Global
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Best:

Generous benefits. Pretty good work life balance.

Finance Graduate, Internal Audit at Liberty Global
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Best:

Opportunities to work abroad/in different locations
Opportunities to work in different business areas
Graduate events and workshops
Good salary
Good management (in my current office)

Worst:

London office very corporate/less flexibility

Finance Graduate – Financial Control, Financial Control at Liberty Global
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Best:

Wage, opportunity to travel

Finance Graduate, Financial Control at Liberty Global
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Best:

It's dynamic, which gives you the chance to find your own spot in it, if you are proactive enough

Worst:

Communication is not always transparent

Technology & Innovation Graduate, Technology & Innovation – Business Analysis and Planning at Liberty Global
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Best:

Lots of different departments to work with.
International opportunities.

Worst:

Takes a long time to get stuff done.
Very process oriented.

Technology & Innovation Graduate, Technology & Innovation at Liberty Global
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Best:

- Ethical
- Good management / leadership
- Employees treated well

Worst:

- Lack of communication
- Lack of public image due to not being an operating company (i.e. own Virgin Media which most people know but not many are aware of Liberty Global).

Access Network Analyst, Procurement at Liberty Global
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Best:

Really dynamic company with a constant stream of deals being done.

Worst:

Uncertainty of roles due to the company changing so often.

Finance Graduate, Treasury at Liberty Global
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Best:

Investing lots of time and money into us.
Large international reach - dealing with different countries all the time
Very encouraging of the work/life balance and felxibility

Worst:

The company is very spread out so don't always meet the people you are dealing with.

Finance Graduate, Group Performance & Strategy at Liberty Global
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Best:

Salary and Benefits

Worst:

Hierarchy (Top Heavy)

Finance Graduate, Finance at Liberty Global
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