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d-fine is a European consulting firm which, by means of scientifically minded employees, provides innovative and future-proof solutions through sustainable technological implementation.

Back on 2016 a employee wrote some disadvantages about working at D fine, published by Glassdoor: Like in most consultancies you can have a great time on a great project or a bad time on a bad project, with little influence on the projects as a junior. Experience and support highly dependent on the manager. Management structure sis not up for the vast growth of the company in recent years.

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Consultant says

"Mostly IT work, coding to interfaces. Making other's people broken anything work."

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"different challenges faced on everyday"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Not many benefits, home office is possible but not well seen"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"No comments on the cons"

Current Employee - Consultant says

"- Like in most consultancies you can have a great time on a great project or a bad time on a bad project, with little influence on the projects as a junior. - Experience and support highly dependent on the manager. - The London office is rather small, main business is in Germany. It feels a bit having to deal with the bad things of a small company with the bad things of a large company. - UK office has mostly IT heavy projects. For finance heavy projects you will fly to Germany constantly - Generally you will be most of the time working outside of the UK 5 days a week, flying every week to the continent - Management structure sis not up for the vast growth of the company in recent years."

Current Employee - Senior Consultant says

"<> very nerdy; <> though a relatively young and small company, I never experienced flat hierarchies; <> no gender balance, but I think they don't care;"

Alexandra Measures says

"It’s 17 days since I placed my order. I have been advised it was at the warehouse ready to be dispatched 13 days ago and no tracking info yet. I have contacted their customer service 3 times and I’m hold it is priority - doubt that. After dispatch it’ll be a further 10 days for delivery. No where on their website does it state it would take more than 5 working days. Customer service is not up to standard. Even with the current global crisis I have not been misadvised or received late packages from over 5 different companies. Shocking"

Shabz says

"I have purchased Wunder2 eyeliner pencisl a number of times. Unfortunately i couldn't find a sharpner that would sharpen my eyeliner pencil. I ordered the sharpner specifically for that eye liner. I Paid for postage when it arrived much to my disappointment the pencil would not fit into the sharpner. What of waste of time and money! I called Wunder2 customer service who advised me that i could send it back but i would have to pay for the postage. The customer service is absolutely a waste of time. Even though i like the eye liner due to poor customer aftercare i will not be buying from Wunder 2 again."

Chrissy says

"Purchased TWO D-fine dual ended pencils and BOTH broke. The screw on component of the gel side completely fell off and the pencil came out. Since I purchased them in store the company would not replace them. (Store wouldn’t replace without receipt). I was told at first they would send a replacement but later told they could not help me at all. I even sent multiple photos with proof that the products were faulty! Such bad customer service AND products."

Linda Suzanne says

"I used to love the Wunder2 foundation and mascara, but now find that Australian customers have been left high and dry and are no longer included on their shipping list. Due to "Logistical Issues" Whatever that means! I'm extremely frustrated and disappointed!"

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