Working for ORMIT means that you are working at a partner company most of the time. Because of this you don’t get to see your colleagues on a daily work basis. Therefore ORMIT organizes monthly ORMEETS to give presentations and socialize with colleagues. Always fun to see everybody, but it doesn’t end there! Next to this there are a lot of engaged ORMIT’ers that organize other activities. Last weekend ORMIT participated at the Ekiden run in Brussels. The goal of this run is to finish a relay marathon as fast as possible with 6 people. A battle rose between three different ORMIT teams.
When an applicant is hired at ORMIT, he or she is added to what is called a “pool”. Six people fit into one pool and two consecutive pools will have all the trainings together during their two year trajectory at ORMIT. For example, my pool is pool 22 and during every training, from the “Kick-Off training” up to the “Night of ORMIT”, we will sit together with the trainees of pool 21. The division into pools is a practicality to organize the trainings, but it is much more than that.Continue reading
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Aside from all the hard work, ORMIT every year organizes a summer event. It is a moment where all ORMIT’ers reunite and have a great relaxing evening with lots of activities.Continue reading
Working for ORMIT has a lot of advantages: you get to know your strengths and weaknesses, you train your soft skills, you gather experience during your projects,… But one advantage is mostly forgotten, namely: the HONOUR to play for a magical team called the ORMIT LEGENDS!Continue reading
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- ORMIT-volunteers for SamuSocial give something back to society - 26 November 2012
On November 10 we were 5 plus 5 “ORMIT –volunteers” in the Chausssée de Charleroi to mount +/- 200 beds for the homeless people. In the context of the CSR dimension of ORMIT, we as young fortunate people, wanted to take our responsibility in ‘giving something back to society’. We believe that this type of initiatives can really add value for everybody, even in our direct environment.
After having finished my third Assignment, I landed in the ORMIT VIP. As a lot of ORMIT’ers on project or candidate new employees ask ‘What is going on when you’re in the VIP’, I’m going to dedicate my testimonial to this specific topic.Continue reading
When I graduated in September 2010, I decided to take some time off. In August I had the chance to sign my ORMIT contract so until January it would be a unique time in my life without any responsibilities or obligations towards anyone. I enjoyed my temporary liberty for a while by re-contacting lots of friends, graduating from my CEMS degree, travelling to South India and undergoing a teeth operation.Continue reading