Basia Wozny | Senior Data Modeller & Analyst
I started at Challenger in the Enterprise Data Warehouse team. I'm a developer. We do development of applications, coding and stuff like that. And as the years progressed, I was allowed secondment to the sales performance team which is under finance and able to further progress my skills. Challenger is supporting me to complete a Masters of Business analytics so that's really cool. What I like most about working at Challenger is the camaraderie, the challenge and the environment, it's fantastic.
Imaginate was fun. It was an opportunity to get to know other people. We collaborated in teams and had great diversity across all of the different divisions. So that was fabulous. I got to try out some of my crazy ideas and they love them. Everyone's ideas were considered, and it was really good to be part of that, so I've really enjoyed it.
Georgia Munro | Executive Assistant
It can be very scary telling your employer that you're pregnant and wondering how they'll take it, but it's been such a lovely experience, so supportive and just genuinely very happy for me. It was quite easy to tell my boss the news and they straight away went into support mode of what do you need. The flexibility of working from home has been really great because there's a lot of appointments that you need to take being pregnant. So that's been really helpful as well.
I really enjoy working at Challenger for the culture. The people are what make the place. That's what keeps people in jobs and staying at workplaces is based on the people and how we all come together and collaborate. I've been in many workplaces before, but this is the one that I can see myself staying in for a very long time. It's so supportive, it's so much fun. Everyone's really professional and the culture is just miles above any other.