AL recognised as one of the UK’s Best Workplaces™ in 2018
Automation Logic is recognised as one of the UK’s Best Workplaces™ in 2018 London, 26th April 2018 – Our commitment to empowering our people to work autonomously and our supportive, family culture are just some of the reasons why Automation Logic’s (AL) employees choose to go to work every day. There are many other reasons, […]
Collaborating for Results: An Interview with Nick Barton, Senior Consulting Engineer
At Automation Logic we put the needs of our customers at the front and centre of everything that we do. But, everyone says that, don’t they? To us teamwork isn’t theoretical it’s what we practice every day. When our engineers are on client site they are typically working as part of multidisciplinary, multi-vendor teams, collaborating […]
‘The Honest Engineer’ Series with George Cairns: Modernising Through Automation
Today we’re conducting an interview with one of our senior engineers, George Cairns. George has been working with AL for around four years now and we’re catching up with him to talk about life as an engineer, how he’s found his time at the company and a little about his most recent client project. At […]
Does DevOps Make Sense for Large Organisations? By Kris Saxton
DevOps is a new organisational model which attempts to better connect workers with the users of their products and services by foregoing the traditional grouping of people by function for a grouping by product or service. Anyone who has worked in a ‘tiger team’ or some other kind of task force, where people are drawn […]
Continuous Learning for the Curious Team by David Pintor
At Automation Logic we are truly passionate about learning, so we recently launched an internal Mentoring Program that allows us to provide everyone in the organisation with an additional resource to maximise their learning. The mentees are given the opportunity to regularly spend time with a senior in the organisation who has the knowledge or the […]
Strength in Diversity
Today’s triggering of Article 50 is a significant milestone in the UK’s journey to exiting the European Union. Brexit poses complex challenges for businesses including the impact to the workforce and this got us thinking about the value of diversity in the workplace.
Here at Automation Logic, our people are what sets us apart and our inclusive culture will remain!
We are proud of our growing and internationally diverse workforce and it plays to our values that our business is made up of top talent descended from across the globe.
24.3% of our workforce are non-UK EU nationals
13.5% are non-EEA nationals
Our culture is underpinned by employees working collaboratively and using, elevating and growing their skills and experience to deliver results for our customers.
We believe in nurturing talent and creating a work environment where employees can thrive and we continue to attract the best and the brightest to join our business.
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