I interned at Financial Times during my university summer break. The management are kind and helpful and give you interesting jobs. Unlike most internships, they seem to take a real interest in you and what you want from your experience.
As an employer the Financial Times were brilliant supportive and caring when needed and always open to ideas, You always knew what was expected and there was always a colleague available to offer advice.
Very calm and motivating environment where all colleagues work in teams to achieve the groups common goal.A typical day contains some paperwork, marketing tasks and phone calls and meetings. I learned that teamwork made things so much easier to complete.
great place to work
Agile Project Manager for the Environments Infrastructure Programme working with a variety of teams in infrastructure. Coordinated releases for each team attended CAB meetings and wrote release plans for the IT department and the Business. Implemented the Scrum and Agile process for those teams. Successfully managed 8 teams with different infrastructures.
Great place to work because the people are great and there is a fantastic work social balance. However the pay can be poor and the bonuses also. Overall positive but don't expect to be a rich person anytime soon!
Field Sales (Former Employee) - London Bridge Station, Greater London - 16 April 2017
The Sales team at the Financial Times were a close-knit and friendly group. Our managers were well-trained and approachable and it was a great environment to hone your sales skills and lead development skills.