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Intergen

4.0
  • #4 in Technology
  • 500 - 1,000 employees

Intergen Reviews

Based on 12 surveyed graduates working at Intergen. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate.
4.0
Based on 12 reviews

Pros & Cons

  • The workplace culture is amazing - my workmates are my work family. They are extremely helpful and friendly and always willing to lend a hand.
  • Exposure to a variety of different work. We get to work across numerous clients and across all stages of different projects. The people are fantastic. Extremely knowledgeable but also very approachable and happy to help junior consultants. The Grad program is great and helps build a support network for the new starters.
  • First few months are entirely learning - no project work of any kind Good for a certain amount of time, but after 8 weeks was starting to get sick of theory instead or practical learning
  • Its hard to think of one - I have had such a positive experience!

What Insiders Say

6.8
Career Prospects
6.8
Career Prospects
The company is very career focused too and provides all the stepping stones and material to help build your career.
6
Corporate Social Responsibility
6
Corporate Social Responsibility
Our company has people get involved with various community projects.
8.5
Culture
8.5
Culture
Culture within the office is good, everyone is dedicated to their work and completing it to a high standard, which motivates you to do the same. However, even when busy with work everyone is willing to stop and help should you need it. Teamwork is a key part in day to day life, as working in teams is the "norm" for project work. Socialising at lunch times is normal, and Friday meetings are always a good time to catch up on what's been happening in the week. Occasional social activities outside of the office as well
8.3
Diversity
8.3
Diversity
It is very clear that there is a high level of diversity. I guess it is embedded into the culture to the point where respect comes naturally to the extent where 'issues' are very hard to see (personally unaware of any at all).
7.6
Satisfaction
7.6
Satisfaction
Good variety of work, with chances to work on the entire process from designing to building to training the end user.
8.2
Management
8.2
Management
I think there are excellent mentors in this company. No one is necessarily designated to be a mentor, but it seems most people are happy to teach you things especially when you're the new grad. The company also holds regular brown bags, which are meetings during lunch where a presenter will give a mini lecture on different topics or new technologies.
8.8
Office Work Environment
8.8
Office Work Environment
Love it! Clean, roomy and professional. A real privilege.
7.9
Recruitment
7.9
Recruitment
The interview process was very professional and friendly, you had to present on a topic as well as field additional standard questions around why you applied, your interest etc. It was a very fluid process. The assessment centre was very good, it was very relaxed and easy going and there were team building exercises and speed round interviews too. The communication around the whole graduate process was second to none. It was very good and everything was communicated very well.
7.5
Salary
7.5
Salary
Good starting rate, and reviewed yearly. Small bonuses for things like weekly awards/customer recognition. From what I have heard the pay is increased well with each step up the hierarchy you take
6.9
Training
6.9
Training
Lots of self driven training at the beginning, and opportunities to enrol in courses and take Microsoft exams
8.8
Work Hours
8.8
Work Hours
I have never had to ask for flexible work options but I am confident that if I were to approach my lead they would definitely help me work around my situation.
5.9
Sustainability
5.9
Sustainability
Reasonably good maintenance of resources (not over buying/stocking), recycling etc.