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Have questions about working at Version 1? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Version 1.

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33 English questions out of 33

29 October 2019

What is health insurance like at Version 1?

Pros

Great support staff, good culture, friendly people , insightful technology training sessions, promotion of self development through paid certifications and bonuses, innovation and new opportunities, health insurance coverage, quarterly profit share bonus

Cons

Salary growth structure could have been better

Advice to Management

Improving benefits and salary structure, growth prospects of graduates (the main reason why many look to gain experience and move on to better paid organizations), might be better to have standing desk in offices( sitting is very bad for health and reduces lifespan)

Great support staff, good culture, friendly people , insightful technology training sessions, promotion of self development through paid certifications and bonuses, innovation and new opportunities, health insurance coverage, quarterly profit share bonus

29 October 2019

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31 July 2021

Does Version 1 offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Good place to work Scope for learning Good benefits and package

Cons

Career progression is unclear Roles not defined Sufficient training can be provided

Good benefits and package

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26 February 2020

Does Version 1 offer massages?

Pros

The culture at Version 1 is great. The people are brilliant and really helpful. I've never been told no when asking for help. The work is interesting and their portfolio in Belfast has been rapidly growing. There is plenty of opportunity to find what you like. Working from home is flexible. A lot of companies will tell you that but it is true with Version 1. Free fruit, nice coffee and regular breakfasts. The social life and activities are amazing. We work hard but are rewarded for it. The variety in social occasions is pretty nice. The company has always backed me with training and pushing my career forward. If you're looking for career growth and an enjoyable work environment then I couldn't recommend anywhere else. Core values are a big part of Version 1. It's not just something they tell you in the interview. They do live by them which makes for a really great place to work.

Cons

Office is a little dated but they have been listening to feedback and regularly making improvements.

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you're doing in Belfast. It's going great.

A lot of companies will tell you that but it is true with Version 1. Free fruit, nice coffee and regular breakfasts.

26 February 2020

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21 February 2021

Does Version 1 offer parental leave?

Pros

Good people, good benefits, high degree of autonomy

Cons

Kowtow to client demands at the expense of their people

Good people, good benefits, high degree of autonomy

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15 November 2019

Does Version 1 have a pension plan?

Pros

Profit Share Scheme Pension Scheme (to match 5%) Health Insurance

Cons

You are seen as monetary value, not as a person You will be sent to client sites without any notice or input for rolling contract positions You don't feel like you work for Version 1, you work for the client you're sent to Advertises a flexible work life-balance but it is the complete opposite with rigid structure Dublin Offices located centrally off Jarvis St makes commuting to the office a real pain with no employee parking available Avoid the Cork Office at all costs - some good people but horrendous management The treatment of Business Analysis staff is shocking, and they all quit the company one after the other. Haemorrhages staff in general, including "big" names/positions. Head of X, Head of Y etc. Overly concered with te image of the company which is a stark contradiction of the experiences of staff working

Advice to Management

Your staff are people. Treat them as such.

Pension Scheme (to match 5%)

15 November 2019

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