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Usually a typical day at work means an early start and a late finish with client-facing meetings as well as virtual meetings and reports to be completed timeously. I learned to manage over 100 software consultants and how to work with different personalities to extract the best and most productive work from them. The management and stakeholders on the client's side I worked with, were mostly efficient and responded quickly to our recommendations. The management I reported to were more stuck in their processes. The work culture was one of diversity which I welcomed but due to pressure by the government to comply with certain standards the result was more token placements rather than skilled worker placements. The hardest part of the job was to convince my management that I was worth more than they acknowledged. Working closely and interacting with my team and the team on the client's side was the most enjoyable part of my job, I thoroughly enjoyed all the different characters. The many challenges I faced and the solutions we found was very stimulating.
You mainly need are deployed at different corporate clients based on the project you are in and you work together as a team. The enjoyable part of the job is attending corporate events.
The work hours are flexible.
Things can be unpredictable.
Typical day involves checking each client's Azure costs are inline with their budgets I have learned about Azure as well as Enterprise Mobility Suite and that this is an area of interest that I am activly pursuing. The work place culture is relaxed. We are all adults here and are expected to behave like adults. No micro managment, everyone gets along as well as can be expected. Hardest part of my job is during the moments where everything is running like it should for the client and there is not much else to be done. The most enjoyable part would be starting with a new client and helping them to achieve thier goals.
relaxed work enviroment
That there is not always work to do, to keep busy
a Typical day is very relaxed, as long as you do your work. In terms of what I learned namely software design patterns, software architecture patterns and coding in general, I can say that my skills improved by a substantial margin. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with new technologies.
The company is a good place of work in general. The dedication into providing solutions to clients is top-notch and overall environment is good, from management to culture. However, it is a company that would be better suited for more experienced individuals in terms of work than to career freshmen.
Junior Resource Mismanagement
Work on several projects at a time, so time management is crucial. Learn different aspect of working on a project as no one project is similar. Our area consists mainly of developers. The work culture is very development orientated and as a non developer I do feel a bit lost sometimes. I'm new to project driven work and coming from an intranet environment it has been quite the adjustment.
Working from home
Traffic to the office
A great team at the Automate division with so much potential and opportunity with the inclusion of the new acquisition.
I started at a business 3 years ago in decline and with low staff morale. Grew the business by 10% per annum over the past 3 years. Staff morale at its best, a fun place to come to work. Massive opportunity for this business with the right investment and some additional top execs.
Seeing some good results and great team of people at Automate
Acquisition made the business lag
Britehouse is a good company to work for. Very nice working environmentTypical day at work?I'm always on projectWhat I learned?Britehouse took me on as a trainee. They trained me on SAP PP.My Coworkers?Very friendly peopleHardest part of my job?Nothing, I just love itMost enjoyable?Being exposed to many business environment and industries
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