IDG Direct careers in Dublin, County Dublin
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Rating is calculated based on 11 reviews and is evolving.
Lead Generation Executive in Dublin, County Dublin
on 17 January 2023
Good workplaceYou are expected to make a large volume of calls throughout the day, which can become very repetitive, however, there is opportunities to progress within the company.
Telesales Agent in Dublin, County Dublin
on 3 February 2023
Avoid Avoid AvoidPossibly the worst company to work for avoid at all costs. Unrealistic targets have to be met or your fired. Management are ruthless. I would not recommend this company to my worst enemy!!
Quality Assurance Analyst in Dublin, County Dublin
on 6 December 2022
Unrealistic demandsThe pay is terrible. Bare minimum pay and very high workload. No bonus schemes, no incentives, no support. Management just want you to work like robots. It’s good for experience to get in and get out. But you meet some nice people.
Lead Generation Agent in Dublin, County Dublin
on 30 August 2021
This place is the pitsI worked at IDG as more of a “filler job” while I looked for something better. Safe to say, this place is the pits. I made about 140 calls a day and I was lucky if I spoke to 1 or 2 people all day. It is a brain numbing job that sucked the soul out of me. I cried most weeks. Not to mention, the targets that the managers expect you to reach are completely insane. I was there for a very short time, and during my time there, I witness two people get fired because of they’re “bad” performance. I knew that if I didn’t get out fast, I’d be next to go. I could go on and on about how bad this job is. I often wondered how they got away with the stunts they pulled. At IDG, you are punished for being sick. I was sick with covid related issues for two days and I was docked almost €100 out of my wages. How is that legal? The management style is something I’ve never witnessed before. Your EVERY move is monitored as analysed. You will be required to use a platform where you log your status for everything you are doing. They will call you up on it if you are off calls more than a few minutes. It’s beyond micromanaging. My advice is to run for the hills before accepting an offer here!
Telemarketing Agent in Dublin
on 25 August 2020
Terrible place to work!I spent almost 12 months working for IDG Dublin. A mongst the many call centre roles I had over 20 this certainly ranks the worst. I'm fine working in a fast paced target driven environmen though if you were a top performer as I was with a few slack weeks they want you gone. No support from a dreadful HR unit. Would not recommend even for entry level or between jobs.
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