All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by TPP employees based on 117 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
4.5/5
 
Work Life Balance:
4.3/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.9/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
4.8/5
 
Company Culture:
4.3/5
 
Career Progression:
3.8/5
 
Colleagues:
4.6/5
 
Training:
3.8/5
 
Enjoyment:
4.5/5
 
Overall Rating:
4.3/5
 

TPP is a UK based IT company, dedicated to delivering world class healthcare software through our innovative products. Our philosophy is to join up healthcare based on a shared electronic medical record, improving access to clinical data and empowering patients to take part in their care. We are known for our outstanding achievements in the UK, providing electronic patient records on a single instance database for over 48 million patients.
After 20 years of success in the UK, TPP is now expanding their offering to deliver connected care to new markets in China and the Middle East. We’re currently hiring for six different graduate roles and for our 2019 summer intern programme. We’re looking for the brightest minds from the UK’s top universities who have a passion for problem solving.


TPP
Industry: IT Support & Telecoms

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Account Team Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Development & Consulting Job Title: Graduate Analyst

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Development & Consulting Job Title: Software Developer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people I work with are tremendous - there is a culture of looking out for and supporting your colleagues. If I'm struggling with anything I can guarantee that other people will notice and help - even if it's just that I'm feeling lousy and need a friend.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Job Title: Product Specialist

Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Software Development Job Title: Software Developer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Problem solving - it's fun. I enjoy writing code which works, is future-proofed and easy to understand; the harder the problem, the more challenging the solution, and therefore the more fun!

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TPP
Industry: IT Support & Telecoms

Industry: IT Development & Consulting Job Title: Software Developer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people are wonderful. I am working with really bright people which is motivating and means I learn a lot from them. Also, everyone is lovely. There is nobody I wouldn't get along with.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Job Title: Software Developer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Smart and friendly colleagues
High salary
Opportunities to travel
Interesting and challenging work

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TPP
Industry: IT Development & Consulting

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Real responsibility in your role, constant opportunity to develop skills, outstanding benefits package, get to work with excellent people, sense of achievement and job satisfaction.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Accounts Job Title: Accounts Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Exposure to new and diverse situations, lots of responsibility from day 1, you set your own work, influence and make decisions from day 1, flat hierarchy, no office politics, direct and dynamic working environment.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Deployments Job Title: Deployment Specialist

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Varied/interesting tasks and challenges to get involved with, great teamwork.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Job Title: Clinical Systems Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Good colleagues, great salary and benefits, interesting work.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Job Title: Software developer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Good work life balance, good benefits and good salary.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Job Title: Clinical Systems Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Lots of perks, supportive environment, never gets boring.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Coders Job Title: Software Developer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Always interesting and challenging so never have a boring day. All my colleages are very friendly, likeminded, intellegent people.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Job Title: Clinical System Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

So many amazing things about my job, can't really decide which one is the best. I would say the content of our daily work is the best part.

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TPP
Industry: IT Support & Telecoms

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Genuinely interesting and challenging work in a supportive environment.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Job Title: Software Support Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Interesting
- Challenging
- Responsibilties

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Account Team Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Job Title: Clinical Systems Analyst

Industry: - Select Industry - Job Title: Software Developer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Real responsibility and flexibility in how you work and what you work on.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Job Title: Coder

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working closely with clever, motivated people.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Job Title: Software Developer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people I work with - everybody's lovely and people are always happy to help. The benefits are good too - free bar tab at the pub every Friday, a week-long sailing course every year, 2 weeks off at Christmas...

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Software Development team Job Title: Software Developer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working on interesting problems with lots of lovely people in an environment where office politics just doesn't exist.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Deployment Job Title: Deployment Specialist

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The variety of tasks - everyday is different.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Job Title: Clinical systems analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people are really intelligent and easy to get along with.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: Coder

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Varied work and the knowledge that our software is genuinely helping to improve patient care. Good salary and benefits.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Job Title: Software Developer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Interesting and challenging work.
- Work in teams so if you are stuck you just shout for help. Everyone is willing to help.
- Real sense of camaraderie in meeting the deadline for the team's work.
- Your opinion is valid from day one.
- You can challenge anyone if you disagree with something.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Job Title: Clinical System Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Lots of things to learn. Responsibility early on. Great people to work with.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Job Title: Account Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Work life balance, annual sailing trip, free pub fridays. Working with intelligent people who want to make a difference.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Job Title: Clinical Systems Analyst

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Meaningful work, friendly and intelligent colleagues, open "flat hierarchy" without layers of management, opportunities to travel, always thinking and learning, culture of leaving work on time, excellent salary.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Job Title: Clinical Systems Analyst

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Infrastructure & Networks Job Title: Graduate

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Account Management Department: Communications Job Title: Communications Manager

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Marketing & Communications Job Title: Communications Manager

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Consulting Department: Deployment Job Title: Deployment Specialist

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Account Management Department: Product Specialists Job Title: Product Specialist

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Systems Analyst Department: Clinical Systems Analysts Job Title: Clinical Systems Analysts

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Account Management Department: Account Managers Job Title: IT Account Manager

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Systems Analyst Department: Clinical Systems Analysts Job Title: CSA

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Consulting Department: Helpdesk Job Title: Software Support Analyst

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Account Management Department: Account Managers Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Consulting Department: Product Specialist

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Department: Coders Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Department: Coders Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Account Management Department: Account Managers Job Title: IT Account Manager

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Systems Analyst Department: Clinical Systems Analysts Job Title: Analyst

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Consulting Department: Deployment Job Title: Deployment Specialist

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Account Management Department: Marketing & Communications Job Title: Communications Manager

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Consulting Department: Deployment Job Title: Deployment

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Consulting Department: Deployment Job Title: Deployment Specialist

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Department: Coders Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Department: Coders Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Systems Analyst Department: Clinical Systems Analysts Job Title: Clinical Systems Analyst

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Department: Coders Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Department: Coders Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Department: Coders Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Department: Coders Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Department: Coders Job Title: Software Engineer

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Systems Analyst Department: Clinical System Analyst Job Title: Clinical System Analyst

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Department: Coders Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Department: Coders Job Title: Coder

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Systems Analyst Department: Health Job Title: Clinical Systems Analyst

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Systems Analyst Department: Clinical Systems Analysts Job Title: Clinical Systems Analyst

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Systems Analyst Department: Clinical Systems Analysts Job Title: Analyst

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Department: Software Development Job Title: Software Developer

TPP
Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Systems Analyst

TPP
Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT/Technical Support

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management Department: IT Account Manager Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management Department: Software Developers Job Title: Software and IT Department

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development Department: Software Developer Job Title: Software Developer

TPP
Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Systems Analyst

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Systems Analyst Job Title: Clinical Systems Analyst

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development Department: Software Developers Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Sales Department: Marketing & Communications Job Title: Marketing & Communications

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Systems Analyst Department: CSAs Job Title: Clinical Systems Analyst

Industry: Arts & Media, Marketing Executive Department: Marketing Job Title: Marketing and Communications

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Systems Analyst Job Title: Graduate Analyst

TPP
Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Testing

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development Department: Software Developers Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management Department: IT Systems Analyst Job Title: CSA

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management Department: Account Manager

TPP
Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development Department: Software Developers Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT/Technical Support Department: Deployment Job Title: Deployment Specialist

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT/Technical Support Department: Deployment Job Title: Deployment Specialist

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development Department: Software Developers Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: Arts & Media, Marketing Executive Department: Marketing Job Title: Marketing & Communications

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Systems Analyst Job Title: CSA

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development Department: Software Developer Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Systems Analyst Department: Systems Analyst Job Title: Clinical Systems Analyst

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development Department: Coder Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Systems Analyst Job Title: Clinical Systems Analyst

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Systems Analyst Department: CSA Job Title: Clinical Systems Analyst

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development Department: Software Developers Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Systems Analyst Department: CSA Job Title: Clinical Systems Analyst

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management Department: CSA's Job Title: Clinical Systems Analyst

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT/Technical Support Department: IT Technical Support Job Title: Helpdesk Operative

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development Department: Software Developers Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development Department: Software Developers Job Title: Software Developer

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Systems Analyst Department: CSA Job Title: Clinical Systems Analyst

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Systems Analyst Department: CSAs Job Title: Analyst

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Application Advice:

The cover letter is not that important. Just make sure you have the grades and do well on the aptitude test if there is one. Get some practice solving puzzles.

Interview Advice:

Be honest, don't be afraid to admit when you don't know things or have not understood the question.

Software Developer, at TPP
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Application Advice:

In the past, I vetted applications for the software developer role, and it was always far nicer to see applications from people who had put effort into their CV and cover letter (although we've done away with cover letters since!). Put some effort into making your CV readable, and try to show off the things that make you a good candidate for our work.

Also, don't be put off by the "aptitude test". It's basically a maths quiz, and if you've got the A* in Mathematics that we need, you'll enjoy working through the questions.

Interview Advice:

Be authentic. It'll make your interview more enjoyable for both you and the interviewers!

Get to grips with logic puzzles; we're after people who can quickly solve problems, often out of the blue. Your solutions don't necessarily need to be right first time, but you need to be comfortable working through them.

Software Developer, Software Development at TPP
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Application Advice:

Give it your best shot. It is a short application process so that we don't waste student's precious time, nor our own. We hold aptitude tests regularly on campus and if you're successful, it's then just a case of two interviews.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself! It is so hard to describe the perfect candidate but we want honest, hard-working, bright individuals irrelevant of degree subject.

Software Developer, at TPP
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Application Advice:

Make sure you follow all the usual advice - no spelling mistakes, no waffle and include why you want to work at this company in the role you're applying for.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, communicate clearly and be completely honest. You could be asked any kind of questions, even not relevant to the role, but it is all to find out if you'd be a good fit in the team, how you deal with problems and what you'd be like to work with.

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Application Advice:

Honesty, transparency, clear demonstration of leadership and direction.

Interview Advice:

Honesty, clear and concise answers, readiness to think on your feet and adapt to new environments.

Accounts Manager, Accounts at TPP
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Application Advice:

Put all of your academic achievements on your application.

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic and willing to take on varied roles.

Deployment Specialist, Deployments at TPP
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Application Advice:

It doesn't matter which role you apply to, you can always switch to another role throughout the application process / even when you have the job! This is the advantage of not requiring any experience.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. No point in pretending. The aptitude test is meant to be challenging but fun. If you hate the aptitude test you would not enjoy the work either.

Software Developer, at TPP
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Interview Advice:

It's mostly logical thinking puzzles.

Software developer, at TPP
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Clinical Systems Analyst, at TPP
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself and get a good night's sleep.

Software Developer, Coders at TPP
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Application Advice:

- Be confident, show the company your problem solving skills.

Clinical System Analyst, at TPP
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Application Advice:

The application process is short and straightforward, you've got nothing to lose if you've got the grade.

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Application Advice:

Ensure that your CV is concise with all relevant education and jobs.

Interview Advice:

Resarch the role and the company prior to your interview. Keep calm and try to answer all the questions asked. If you are given a logic question, this is to see how you work through a problem so ensure you are telling the interviewers your thought process.

Software Support Analyst, at TPP
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Interview Advice:

Do not panic!

Account Manager, Account Team at TPP
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Interview Advice:

Don't worry too much and enjoy it!

Software Developer, at TPP
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Application Advice:

Just apply. The application process is made as short and painless as possible to encourage people to apply. The "no experience required" notion really is true - we don't require prior experience and coding may be more enjoyable than you think.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself. If you try to be someone you're not, then you will either be offered a job you're not suited to, or won't be offered a job that would have suited you.

Software Developer, Software Development team at TPP
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Application Advice:

Make sure your grades are clearly listed.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and make sure you show your communication skills.

Deployment Specialist, Deployment at TPP
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Application Advice:

Make sure your grades are included with any qualifications.

Interview Advice:

Be honest and direct.

Clinical Systems Analyst, at TPP
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Application Advice:

Include all grades on your CV, don't be afraid to apply for Software Developer even if you don't have any programming experience.

Interview Advice:

Standard interview stuf, read up on the company etc.

Coder at TPP
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Application Advice:

It is a very simple application and we only really want to see your grades. Don't try to cram every qualification you have in, just A-levels and University.

Interview Advice:

The interviews are designed to test your logic and reasoning and how you cope with being challenged. My main advice is to explain your thought process and be human.

Software Developer, at TPP
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Application Advice:

Be concise.

Interview Advice:

Maths test is mostly logic puzzles. There will be some more logic puzzles, maths and argument in the interview. It's very quick and friendly.

Clinical System Analyst, at TPP
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Interview Advice:

Be logical and genuine.

Account Manager, at TPP
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Application Advice:

Brush up on your GCSE maths if you haven't done much recently.

Interview Advice:

Be open and honest if you need a bit of time to think through lateral thinking exercises or need a pointer in the right direction. Enjoy the challenge, relax and be yourself!

Clinical Systems Analyst, at TPP
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Application Advice:

Make sure you understand what the job is you're applying for and ensure your CV/application form has all the relevant information that is required.

Interview Advice:

Understand what the job is and why you want to work here. Don't be too nervous and just relax and be yourself.

Clinical Systems Analyst, at TPP
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Application Advice:

You are given a lot of responsibility and encouraged to have and share your opinion. The work is very collaborative but you will look after specific projects and have a lot of responsibility for them.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself, I really enjoyed my interview process and people are not trying to catch you out, the questions are mainly about you as a person so it is fairly relaxed.

Communications Manager, Communications at TPP
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Application Advice:

Be honest on your application. If you lack experience or have weaknesses in certain areas that isn't a problem as long as you are aware of them and know how to work around them.

Interview Advice:

We are more interested in the type of person you are than someone who has rehearsed rote answers to standard interview questions. Getting across your true personality and enthusiasm is what will give you the best chance of having a successful interview!

Communications Manager, Marketing & Communications at TPP
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and research the company.

Deployment Specialist, Deployment at TPP
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Application Advice:

Skip the jargon, fluff and buzz words. If you've got relevant experience and skills be sure to highlight them with solid examples. Make the most of Career events/Open days etc. if possible to find out more about the role and team before applying.
For this role in particular, I think key attributes would be having self-motivation to achieve and maintain high standards, ability to absorb knowledge, very strong communication skills and flexibility toward work/life balance.

Interview Advice:

The interview might not go as you'd expect, just make sure you have prepared for it. Of course the interviewers want to make sure you have the right skills and attributes for the role, but it is also their only chance to see if you'd be a good fit in their team - so let them see your personality as well as your qualifications.

Product Specialist, Product Specialists at TPP
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Application Advice:

Take time to tailor your CV and cover letter to the role.

Interview Advice:

Try to relax and be yourself, the interviewers are friendly.

Clinical Systems Analysts, Clinical Systems Analysts at TPP
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Application Advice:

They aren't exaggerating when the job advert talks about prior coding knowledge not being necessary. You will learn all the computer skills and programming knowledge you will need on the job. Two of my colleagues are music graduates, for example.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to be challenged and don't shy away from defending your views.

Software Developer, at TPP
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Application Advice:

Need to do some research on the IT sector if your degree is not in this field.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and show your true personality.

IT Account Manager, Account Managers at TPP
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Application Advice:

Make sure the role you are applying for is what you want to do. Although the company is fluid and there are potential opportunities to move around, I would recommend applying for the role that most suits you and your skills. This will allow you to shine in your interview.

Interview Advice:

Relate back to experiences you've had in your life and how you managed them. It's always easier to go back to common examples in your head and adapt than try and make something up on the spot. This way as well you'll be more relaxed and be yourself, which is really what sets apart the good interviewees from the poor.

CSA, Clinical Systems Analysts at TPP
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Application Advice:

Don't be scared to show your problem solving skills. They are essential in this role.

Interview Advice:

Don't make excuses. Whatever the question, any answer is better than no answer.

Software Support Analyst, Helpdesk at TPP
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Application Advice:

Target your application to the company you're applying for.

Interview Advice:

Know why you are applying for the specific role within the company.

Account Manager, Account Managers at TPP
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Application Advice:

The role requires a high degree of knowledge, for which you will receive training. A strong desire to learn and good determination will ensure you do well.

Product Specialist at TPP
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Application Advice:

Even if you don't have any programming experience at all, don't let that put you off applying for the coder job.

Interview Advice:

Do the obvious: read up a bit on the company and the product. The interview is more of a test of how you think than of what you know, so don't be afraid to ask for help when working out a problem.

Software Developer, Coders at TPP
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Application Advice:

It's a fairly straightforward application process - CV and cover letter.

Interview Advice:

I quite enjoyed my interviews. Be honest and good luck!

Software Developer, Coders at TPP
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Application Advice:

Read through your application thoroughly before submitting, make sure it is specific to this role and company.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and know what we do at the company.

IT Account Manager, Account Managers at TPP
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Application Advice:

Make sure you understand what the job involves, it is very varied but broadly speaking it is a mixture of problem solving, project management and communication with customers. You will enjoy working at TPP if you like working in a team, travelling internationally, and being part of projects which have a significant real-life impact on healthcare.

Interview Advice:

Don't panic if you don't know the answer to a question, just calmly try to work through it logically. If you make a mistake, don't worry - this is fine as long as you recognise where you went wrong and try to correct it.

Don't be afraid to challenge things you don't agree with!

Analyst, Clinical Systems Analysts at TPP
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Application Advice:

Make sure all grades and qualifications are listed on your CV.

Our number of applications are high - Don't be afraid to sell yourself so you stand out.

Interview Advice:

Be genuine with your answers rather than saying what you think the interviewer might want to hear: for example if you are asked about your weaknesses, don't feel you have to work a weakness to sound like a strength - just be honest.

Deployment Specialist, Deployment at TPP
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Application Advice:

Be honest and show us your personality.

Interview Advice:

Don't worry too much about rehearsing answers - we ask plenty of curveball questions so we can see how you think on the spot!

Communications Manager, Marketing & Communications at TPP
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Application Advice:

Make sure to list all qualifications achieved and be clear in your application.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and be yourself.

Deployment, Deployment at TPP
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Application Advice:

Be prepared for a challenging but rewarding job role. Make sure you are aware of what the role involves by looking on the TPP website before applying. Don't worry about not having experience as you learn everything on the job.

Interview Advice:

Be honest and enthusiastic.

Deployment Specialist, Deployment at TPP
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Application Advice:

Make sure that you have a good work ethic and attitude. You don't need to know how to code before starting as you'll be trained on the job.

Interview Advice:

Don't be afraid to admit when you don't know the answer to something.

Software Developer, Coders at TPP
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Application Advice:

Don't just assume that you won't enjoy working as a software developer. It is very different from my first idea of it and the job is extremely rewarding in the healthcare industry.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself. Your interviewers want to know the kind of person you really are, not the kind of person you think you should be.

Software Developer, Coders at TPP
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Application Advice:

Put your grades on your CV and relax during the interview. It helps to know a little about the company and the role, but the interview is mainly about your personality and capabilities.

Clinical Systems Analyst, Clinical Systems Analysts at TPP
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Application Advice:

Don't over prepare.

Interview Advice:

GCSE style maths questions and logical questions.

Software Developer, Coders at TPP
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Application Advice:

Be confident.

Clinical System Analyst, Clinical System Analyst at TPP
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Application Advice:

Just to be yourself - the interview team are all really experienced and will get to know how good you are very quickly, even if you have a bad interview

Interview Advice:

Partly maths test, partly personal questions.

Software Developer, Coders at TPP
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, and don't be afraid to share your ideas even if you're not 100% sure you've got everything exactly right - that's how you learn.

Interview Advice:

If you don't know something just say, it won't put you at a disadvantage and is far better than lying.

Coder, Coders at TPP
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Application Advice:

Tailor your cover letter and don't forget to include grades on your CV.

Clinical Systems Analyst, Health at TPP
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Application Advice:

There's no point applying to be a software developer if you don't have A*,A,A at A-level with the A* in maths.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and be honest. If you don't understand a question, say that you don't understand it rather than cobbling a poor answer. together.

Software Developer, at TPP
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Application Advice:

Make sure you list all your grades on your CV clearly and tailor your cover letter to the role and company.

Clinical Systems Analyst, Clinical Systems Analysts at TPP
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Application Advice:

Be honest and make sure you meet the requirements for the role.

Interview Advice:

Dress well and prepare to be challenged. We want to see how you think and respond to counter-arguments.

Analyst, Clinical Systems Analysts at TPP
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Application Advice:

Make sure your cover letter shows why you want to be a developer (or work in whatever role you applied for).

Interview Advice:

Be honest and think out loud.

Software Developer, Software Development at TPP
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Application Advice:

Try your hardest as this will be a fulfilling and rewarding career.

TPP
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Application Advice:

Make sure you are applying for the role that is going to suit you best.

Interview Advice:

Do your research on the company, make sure you know what TPP does.

Account Manager, IT Account Manager at TPP
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Application Advice:

Don't worry about not having any experience - it really is no experience required!

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself - the interview team is really good and will quickly get to know you and judge you fairly.

Software and IT Department, Software Developers at TPP
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Application Advice:

We are simply looking for people who can think and learn quickly and who can work in a team - importantly, you must be open to receiving help as much as giving it.

Interview Advice:

Get to an answer quickly, although it might be wrong - "fail fast" - and explain what you're thinking, then listen to your interviewers and take in their advice in order to iron out your errors.

Software Developer, Software Developer at TPP
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Application Advice:

Be honest.

TPP
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Application Advice:

Make sure to include your grades on your application! The application process is relatively simple (just a CV and cover letter) - which is one of the things that attracted me to TPP. There are no online tests or particular hoops to jump through.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself and relax. At interview, we're looking for bright, genuine individuals with a bit of a spark. We're not looking for a series of clones or one particular characteristic. TPP really understand that it's the people that make a business, and we're committed to hiring great people.

Clinical Systems Analyst, at TPP
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Application Advice:

Make sure that you put the effort into the job and then be honest about your mistakes. If we can see that you are trying hard and learning from your experiences, you will have a long and enjoyable career here.

Interview Advice:

Show that you have a passion for the work that we do, and don't try to lie.

Software Developer, at TPP
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Application Advice:

Make sure your application is properly tailored to the role.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, be honest.

Account Manager, at TPP
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Application Advice:

Don't be afraid to apply as a software developer, even if you have no/minimal programming knowledge.

Interview Advice:

Read up a bit about the company in advance and be prepared to answer questions related to your CV (past experience, university etc).

Software Developer, Software Developers at TPP
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Interview Advice:

Answer questions honestly, and make sure you show your knowledge of the company and current affairs!

Marketing & Communications, Marketing & Communications at TPP
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Application Advice:

Make sure your CV and Cover Letter are up to date with your A Level subjects, degree and grades. I think it is also important to put across your enthusiasm for the particular role you are applying for. Even if you don't have experience specific to the role, show how you have developed skills which are relevant.

Marketing and Communications, Marketing at TPP
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Application Advice:

Don't forget to put your grades on and spell check your application! It's amazing how many people don't!

Interview Advice:

Do a bit of research on the company, be enthusiastic and just be yourself!

Graduate Analyst, at TPP
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to put a lot of effort into personal learning, and the rewards will pay off.

Interview Advice:

Be confident, be prepared and be yourself.

TPP
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Application Advice:

Know as much about the company as you can and show that you are an enthusiastic character.

Interview Advice:

A lot of people say what they think their interviewers want to hear, but this isn't always the truth or relevant to individual candidates. It's too general. Be open, honest and above all authentic, it's good to know who you are and how you will be of value to the company.

Account Manager at TPP
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Application Advice:

Include grades on your application from GCSE up to degree level. Read the TPP website prior to applying to get a sense of how important the work we do is.

Interview Advice:

Be honest about yourself, don't over think trying to impress. Getting a real sense of who you are as a person is more important to the company than being a 'perfect worker'.

Make sure you know a bit about the company and the role you are applying for to prepare for the interview.

Deployment Specialist, Deployment at TPP
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Application Advice:

You need a pre-established interest in the healthcare industry.

Interview Advice:

Be straight-forward. Don't use useless jargon.

Software Developer, Software Developers at TPP
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Application Advice:

- Don't be scared that you don't have experience. We don't care as long as you are bright and enthusiastic.

Interview Advice:

- Be honest and don't try to protect yourself. If you get something wrong that is fine.

Software Developer, at TPP
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Application Advice:

Make your CV and covering letter clear and concise. Do your research and understand the role you're applying for and how the company has progressed over the years

Interview Advice:

Keep calm and show how you react under pressure.

CSA, at TPP
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Application Advice:

Don't over-do it and make claims about your coding prowess you can't back up, because most of the graduates we hire have no experience. Good grades and a genuine interest are enough.

Interview Advice:

Don't be afraid to have an opinion, don't be afraid to say it and back it up (this is good!), but also don't be afraid to admit you've changed your opinion if you learn something new or someone else makes a convincing argument (this is the difference between being 'TPP' and being foolish).

Software Developer, Software Developer at TPP
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Application Advice:

Genuinely no experience required and there isn't a set number of places so you won't be competing against other candidates.

Interview Advice:

Interview is fairly academic, more questions along the line of solving theoretical problems than 'What is your biggest weakness?'

Software Developer, at TPP
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Application Advice:

Be honest. Don't put fluff in your CV to sound impressive, just be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Answer directly. Try not to waffle to avoid answering a question. Honesty is one of the cornerstones of the company's ethos.

Software Developer, Coder at TPP
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Application Advice:

Include all academic information on your CV and ensure there are no inconsistencies or spelling/grammar errors.

Interview Advice:

Be frank, open and honest. There are no wrong answers to the questions asked but it is essential you think about your responses and use your logic and experience to justify them. Enjoy the interview as it is different from the mundane process that is so prevalent among other organisations.

Clinical Systems Analyst, at TPP
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Application Advice:

Read the staff profiles on the company website and ensure you know the role and whether or not this role suits you.

Interview Advice:

Be honest. Some questions the answer may not be important, but your thinking and thought process is. Don't say something unless you actually believe it.

Clinical Systems Analyst, CSA at TPP
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Application Advice:

Be willing to try new opportunities and take on more than you thought you could! Don't hold back as you will always be supported. Have an opinion on healthcare both nationally and internationally and want to make a difference.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, be confident, show your enthusiasm for the job/sector/company.

Account Manager, at TPP
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Application Advice:

There is no previous experience required to be a software developer so the main thing is just to be from a logical background, i.e. maths/science and then you will be taught all the specific software skills you need on the job.

Interview Advice:

The interview is mostly just a friendly chat to see how your brain works and to see if you will fit in here. There's no real prep you can do.

Software Developer, at TPP
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Application Advice:

Make sure you have the correct pre-university grades!

Interview Advice:

Be relaxed.

Clinical Systems Analyst, CSA at TPP
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Application Advice:

Do your research about the company and what we do.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask them. Some of our roles can be really varied and there is no point applying for the job/accepting an offer if you are not confident in what you will be doing.

Clinical Systems Analyst, CSA’s at TPP
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Application Advice:

Clearly state the required grades in your CV.

Interview Advice:

Ask questions and be concise and honest.

Helpdesk Operative, IT Technical Support at TPP
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Application Advice:

Don't be afraid to apply for the software developer role if you have no coding experience. I, like many others here started without any experience. If you are interested in being a software developer and want a rewarding job, then apply.

Interview Advice:

Don't be afraid to ask questions if you don't understand something, admitting you don't understand is better than pretending you do.

Software Developer, Software Developers at TPP
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Application Advice:

It's difficult to describe work at TPP, but I would encourage everyone to just give it a go and apply. Coming in for an interview will give you the best idea of what it's like here.

Software Developer, Software Developers at TPP
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Application Advice:

You'll enjoy this job if you like problem solving and have a logical approach to things, and enjoy working with other like-minded people. No prior experience is required so don't be put off if you aren't very technical, you can learn everything on the job!

Interview Advice:

Just relax, don't panic and think through your answers carefully. It doesn't matter if you make mistakes as long as you're open about them and can articulate, discuss what went wrong and why.

Analyst, CSAs at TPP
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Best:

We're encouraged to get involved. Yesterday, Frank got a group of people from across the company together to come up with ideas for where to go next as a business.

Worst:

Bluntness. Sometimes it can get under your skin a bit.

Software Developer, Software Development at TPP
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Best:

Lots of good perks (e.g. sailing training trip and free pub on Fridays)

Worst:

High turnover

Software Developer, at TPP
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Best:

Amazing benefits package, all staff are encouraged to develop their skills and take more responsibility, a refreshing no-nonsense approach to business

Worst:

Can be very hard to adapt to the unconventional ways and rules but it is essential to do this fast

TPP
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Best:

Good communication within teams and between the rest of the company, good perks like free bar on a Friday and parties, travel opportunities

Worst:

No flexi time

Deployment Specialist, Deployments at TPP
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Best:

Good work/life balance

Worst:

Not enough people

Clinical Systems Analyst, at TPP
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Best:

I think we have a great product, efficient work culture.

Worst:

Out of hours work.

Software developer, at TPP
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Best:

Open culture! You feel like you can talk about anything and get advise. No one is going to berate you for doing the wrong thing. It is in everyone's best interest to help you improve.

Clinical Systems Analyst, at TPP
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Best:

Very friendly motivated colleages and a nice company structure that means that we don't have managers (flat hierarchy).

Worst:

Everyone is very keen on efficient working, which sometimes results in self-exerted pressure to perform well.

Software Developer, Coders at TPP
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Best:

Benefits
Colleagues

Worst:

N/A

Software Support Analyst, at TPP
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Best:

Flat heirarchy and open decision making.

Software Developer, at Search Companies
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Best:

Working to produce a healthcare product is very motiviating

Worst:

Sometimes need to come in to work out of hours to fix problems

Coder, at TPP
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Best:

The people I work with - and the benefits!

Software Developer, at TPP
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Best:

The flat hierarchy as it creates a very friendly working environment where you have a say over decisions and the work you're doing.

Worst:

The working hours aren't flexible.

Software Developer, Software Development team at TPP
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Best:

Culture of directness and taking action

Clinical Systems Analyst, at TPP
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Best:

Good pay and benefits, helpful and friendly co-workers. Extremely flat hierarchy.

Worst:

The nature of the buisness means that you will sometimes have to stay late at short notice (but this is very rare).

Coder at TPP
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Best:

Great salary.
Excellent company benefits.
Flat hierarchy.
It is not in London.
Efficient and driven working environment.

Worst:

Minimum pension scheme.

Software Developer, at TPP
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Best:

People are all clever, interesting and kind. Great benefits package.

Worst:

Sometimes the lack of a formal structure breeds uncertainty.

Clinical System Analyst, at TPP
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Best:

Pay, people, work life balance

Worst:

Stress

Account Manager, at TPP
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Best:

You get to work with lots of inteligent and motivated people that care about the work they're doing.

Worst:

High turnover of staff can be off putting as first.

Clinical Systems Analyst, at TPP
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Best:

Impressive benefits in comparison to other graduate schemes, good graduate social scene, variety of work, autonomy over own work, self-development encouraged, international travel, learning is quick and on the job.

Worst:

Lack of formal training means that you can end up managing or dealing with a situation that you don't feel you have enough experience in.

Graduate, at TPP
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Best:

flat hierarchy, great perks, good level of responsibility, great people. The work is really interesting.

Worst:

it's a tough job and can be exhausting at times, but the company culture ensures that you don't take your work home and everyone leaves on time, which is very rare for other companies I have worked for.

Communications Manager, Communications at TPP
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Best:

Generous benefits package, great salaries, employees have a lot of responsibility and are empowered.

Worst:

Although there is a very supportive environment, the job can still be very stressful.

Communications Manager, Marketing & Communications at TPP
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Best:

That you are contributing to something that really matters

Deployment Specialist, Deployment at TPP
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Best:

-Fantastic pay and an excellent staff benefits package
-The company actually listen to staff and action their input/suggestions
-You get real responsibility in your work early on
-The people you get to work with are high calibre, driven and enthusiatic

Worst:

-You will be expected to get up to speed very quickly, while there is plenty of support the first few months can be very intensive. (but I still think this is better compared to companies that offer the kind of long slow progress induction periods where

Product Specialist, Product Specialists at TPP
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Best:

The ethics of the company and what it strives to achieve make it a good company to work for. The people who work here also make it an enjoyable company to work for.

Clinical Systems Analysts, Clinical Systems Analysts at TPP
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Best:

The company genuinely looks out for its employees. I have struggled with some personal/health issues recently and everyone: from other coders, HR, clinicians all the way to the directors have been absolutely wonderful to me and provided immense support.

Worst:

It's located in Leeds, which doesn't always have the best weather.

If that's the worst thing that I can say about it; it's doing pretty damn well.

Software Developer, at TPP
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Best:

International opportunities.

Worst:

Company culture.

IT Account Manager, Account Managers at TPP
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Best:

The agile way in which TPP works, combined with a real passion for the company goal of 'One Patient, One Record' ultimately means that you will always have somebody around you who is able to help you.

Worst:

The expansion and exposure of the company is growing faster than we can recruit! As a result of this, we often have to say no to exciting projects.

CSA, Clinical Systems Analysts at TPP
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Best:

The flat hierarchy and benefits such as staff parties and sailing trips create a friendly and productive working environment.

Worst:

The living area can be restricting for anyone wanting to move or buy a house.

Software Support Analyst, Helpdesk at TPP
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Best:

The company is young and has a lot of drive. We have a great ethos, work ethic and values. I'm very proud to work for the company.

Product Specialist at TPP
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Best:

Everyone's opinions are valued and new starters start off doing real work (with plenty of help) within their first week. People around you are always ready to help if you need it, regardless of how long you've worked at the company.

Salary is good and benefits for international travel are very generous.

Worst:

There can sometimes be quite short notice of things like international travel (although if you have a genuine commitment that means you can't go then that's fine) and you do need to be contactable outside work hours, including night times and weekends (although out-of-hours calls are relatively rare).

Software Developer, Coders at TPP
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Best:

I get to solve interesting problems every day. The people I work with are great, and the pay and benefits are amazing.

Worst:

Can find it stressful.

Software Developer, Coders at TPP
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Best:

Perks and benefits package is very generous, with lots of nice social events. In addition, there is no remote working and the office is locked up at 5:15 every day - this leads to a great work/life balance as you can go home and forget about work until the next morning! The focus on recruiting recent graduates means the average age of the company is quite low, so it's easy to socialise with people outside of work if you want to.

Worst:

Although the company is expanding and is prioritising recruitment, we are still in a position where we have more demand for the product than we can possibly meet and so it would be nice to be able to pick up all these extra projects.

Analyst, Clinical Systems Analysts at TPP
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Best:

Everyone is aware of the main directions/goals of the company - nothing is hidden from staff

Worst:

Too much work for the amount of staff we have

Deployment Specialist, Deployment at TPP
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Best:

The fact that we have a flat hierarchy means everyone's opinion counts.

Worst:

It can be stressful at times.

Deployment, Deployment at TPP
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Best:

Everybody works together as a team and listens to the opinions of others.

Worst:

It can at times be a stressful environment to work in due to the varied workload.

Deployment Specialist, Deployment at TPP
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Best:

The nice work environment
The willingness to train up new employees.
It is situated in a nice area.
There is a nice break room with table tennis and pool tables.

Worst:

The interior is a bit bland.
Having many written rules and having many unwritten wyas of doing things.

Software Developer, Coders at TPP
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Best:

The flat hierarchical structure to the company. It means that I know I won't end up in a middle management, untechnical role, and it keeps the company blissfully free of office politics. Also, the fact that we all leave the office at 17:15 and never take work home. This prevents me getting overly stressed out by my work.

Worst:

We are provided with free tea and coffee from a machine which is lovely but I don't really like the tea sachets. But I have a box of teabags so that's not really a problem.

Software Developer, Coders at TPP
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Best:

My colleagues are the best. During working hours they are intelligent, make quick decisions and give honest, straightforward feedback. Outside working hours I have made some great friends during the social events that are a part of TPP.

Worst:

Sometimes different departments are not joined up, but this is something we are aware of and working on.

Clinical Systems Analyst, Clinical Systems Analysts at TPP
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Best:

While TPP is a private company, we are developing software used in healthcare - knowing that we are making a difference to the NHS and healthcare internationally provides great motivation.

Software Developer, Coders at TPP
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Best:

VERY competitive benefits package, both high salary and more unusual things like a free meal for your birthday, free bar tab every Friday, and regular work social/travel events.

Everyone is encouraged to take ownership of tasks and problems, which both makes sure things get done and makes sure you feel good when you get something done.

Worst:

Personnel department are overbearing - things like making sure you report every time you're late (even if it's only 30 seconds - I get nervous if I get stuck in traffic in the morning even though I normally get to work 15 minutes early), not allowing half days of holiday, heavily discouraging you from taking personal time off work. Can feel infantalising/controlling.

There is NO possiblity of flexibility when it comes to working hours.

Software Developer, Coders at TPP
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Best:

Very open working environment where you can always get help if it is needed.

Worst:

When you have deadlines, the work can be stressfull.

Software Developer, Coders at TPP
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Best:

The flat hierarchy means that anyone can have input on anything. People can and will speak up if they disagree with anything that is said no matter how long they have been at the company. This means that we always come to the best decision and one that everyone agrees with, not the decision that the most senior person suggested. This results in people working on things they agree with and believe in, which makes us more productive and is more satisfying.

Software Engineer, Coders at TPP
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Best:

Your opinions are being heard regardless of how 'new' or 'old' you are at the company.

Clinical System Analyst, Clinical System Analyst at TPP
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Best:

Interesting and ethically good work
Benefits
Colleagues are all helpful and friendly

Worst:

Pressure/workload
Can be easy to get bogged down in one piece of work
Takes a long time to be trusted

Software Developer, Coders at TPP
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Best:

I feel like the work we do genuinely makes a difference. Obviously the company needs to turn a profit, but everyone I work with really cares about improving healthcare and doing the best we can do. This combined with the work being really interesting is very fulfilling.

Worst:

We don't have enough people. This means trying to get all the work done can feel quite frantic at times and we often get pulled between teams - which is really interesting but could potentially be managed in way that feels more planned.

Coder, Coders at TPP
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Best:

Lots of company benefits

Worst:

High turnover of staff

Clinical Systems Analyst, Health at TPP
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Best:

The open and honest culture at the company is fantastic. Everyone recognises that people make mistakes and it creates an atmosphere where people aren't afraid of doing something wrong; not being afraid of our mistakes helps us to learn and improve our processes.

Clinical Systems Analyst, Clinical Systems Analysts at TPP
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Best:

They really care about us and our happiness in the job.

Analyst, Clinical Systems Analysts at TPP
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Best:

Great atmosphere and responsibility.

Worst:

Lots to learn.

Software Developer, Software Development at TPP
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