My Unforgettable Winter Work Experience

15 · DEC ·2017


The office itself offers a nice aura and comforting atmosphere; as soon as you walk into the office you are welcomed by an amazing interior which consists of blue colours reflecting the ‘FluidOne’ logo.

If you come early to work -don’t worry you won’t get bored- you can enjoy a pleasant rally with a colleague of table tennis or a hot cup of coffee and a snack available in the kitchen. Also, the company offers a subsidised gym membership, uncapped holidays and beer fridge Fridays.

This socially friendly environment encourages colleagues to become friends and to enjoy their workplace. The office allows music to be played during work time to further create a peaceful and stress-free atmosphere. Most offices/companies do not offer this therefore workers become tired and unhappy during their working hours.

Positivity Talks

The CEO Piers Daniell wants his people to feel appreciated and acknowledged without making them have a dreadful day. A study taken by Harvard Business Review stated that “Too many companies bet on having a cut-throat, high-pressure, take-no-prisoners culture to drive their financial success.(...) but that a positive environment will lead to dramatic benefits for employers, employees, and the bottom line.”


This socially friendly environment encourages colleagues to become friends and to enjoy their workplace.

Overall, this company is always striving for success and the workers have very sharp, creative and driven mindsets which allow their company to develop. The company has been honoured by receiving many awards including: 2011 Deloitte Technology FAST50, 2014 Best Companies, 2014 Queen’s Awards for innovation, 2015 Best Companies to Work For, 2017 Investors In People Silver Award.

If you want to gain impeccable knowledge and to work with friendly colleagues then this company is the one for you to undertake work experience with. If you do decide please email us and one of the team members will be in contact with you!


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Posted by Dan Pope