Undergraduate Blog / Tag: office culture

Martina Garabedian

Home Office vs. In-person Internship

It is hard to imagine that my amazing experience at Deloitte Bulgaria is coming to an end. I have spent almost two months working with a highly ambitious, dedicated, and professional team at the FAS division. Looking back, I learned a lot about M&A, Forensic, and Corporate Finance – three service lines that I assisted…

Ana Maharjan

Understanding the Business Culture in Australia

One of the exciting yet, challenging aspects of working for a company in a new country is understanding the business norms and culture of the country. Having worked in the U.S. as well as in the U.K., I quickly learned the importance of doing research on the working style of a country before moving as it…

Natalie Novak

Office Space Remade

I never thought that I would be the type of person to get excited about an office job. The lifestyle didn’t seem like the right fit for me. 9-6, stuffy dress codes, gray offices, and people you’d prefer to avoid rather than spend 40+ hours a week with. And it makes sense. Presented like that,…

Christina Hodgkins

Hong Kong Work Environment

Over the course of this internship I’ve discovered how Hong Kong developed its reputation for having a fast-paced, innovative business culture. I was apprehensive of just how I was going to fit in here in that regard. What became clear however, is that this city is by no means a closed circuit. Regardless of your…

Open-Office Layouts And Their Impact On Productivity

During the Summer of 2016 and the Winter of 2016-2017, I had the privilege of working as a Financial Analyst Intern at MACOM, a semiconductor company located in Lowell, MA. The average age in this industry is approximately 50 years of age. This statistic explains the closed-office layout of the Lowell office quite well. Upon…