This is a good place to start out in the industry and due to it's size it is so rigidly structured that it's a good place to learn the PM trade for a year or even two.
However in return for this you are paid a poor base salary generally, with a varying quarterly bonus scheme which is not explained or transparent, other incentives also include ticket restaurant scheme, but many PMs spend too long in the office, it's not uncommon to see PMs stay past 10 pm, 11 pm or even past midnight.
So many highly talented people work there but they are unable to stand up for themselves or teams to say the work-life balanc needs to be addressed. This is not a place at the moment where someone with a family could work as a PM, though other departments are quite different.
Overall though, you learn a lot but there's not much room for flexibility to adapt to client needs, project needs and personal needs. Colleagues are a massive asset and there are a great number of intelligent people working there.
Due to the environment and pressure from upper management presumably, some young managers act in a very unprofessional way and office politics can be very sensitive in this sense.
Ticket Restaurant, Good to start with, free fruit, quarterly parties paid for by the company
Base salary is generally poor, can't rely on good bonuses, very stressful environment.
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