Majorel Employee Reviews in Dublin
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Total waste of my time and skills/experience. Awful company culture with unprofessional management. No work-life balance, employee wellness only in theory, while in reality people wouldn’t have time to participate in most of wellness activities due to high targets/high work load. Most offices in East Point are an absolute disgrace, rarely cleaned and feels like a dirty hole, office room temperature never right so you either freeze or feel too warm. Canteen is a joke, not enough even drinking water, forget about the snacks. Very little career opportunities and only for those who maintain close relationship with the management. Doesn’t offer sufficient training for people who would like to gain additional skills outside their role. Constant changes within the teams, you may be transferred to a different team/project before you know it, and that is if you’re lucky to keep the job. After Clean room policy was implemented, it felt like working in prison, where you’re completely cut off from the outer world. Overall, a very disappointing experience.
The only one I can think of is private health insurance after you pass probation period
Too many to list
outsourcing company with no saying to any of the procedures followed. practically no internal management possible. permission needed from "client" for tiny to big changes.
flexible check-in and check-out, multi national environment
repetitive job, no interest, almost no relationship between colleagues, you can quit your position and nobody -except for your manager- will realise that you left.
Most of them don't act like adults. They mind other people's business, gossip all the time. The more you stay away from them because you've figured their nosiness, the more they talk about you behind your back because they are so desparete to want to know about your private life. They won't leave you alone. They feel that they are entitled to know everything about you. They would even go up to your boss secretly and ask them about you because that's how badly they want to know your personal information. So you would feel uncomfortable working there if you are a sensible and respectful person whose focus is on yourself, not others.
They will provide you with a good 1st job experience in Ireland and those that work hard and are willing to progress are able to do so as there are multiple carear development opportunities internally
Regular internal opportunities
Some entry roles might be repetitive that require self-motivation
The company is perfect as "starter" but after 6 months is good idea to look for something new within the company if you are lucky to get it. General management and communication is very poor.
If you are working in the Majorel building you will have access to the canteen which is quite cheap
Micromanaging is very common in this company.
This is one of the worst company I have ever worked for. The salary is ridiculously low for Dublin, there's close to no perks and the office could use some upgrades. After working there a couple month it is very clear that the comfort and well-being of the employees is not a priority at all. The company doesn't seem to truly take feedback into consideration especially when it comes to the salary. They don't value their employees work and it shows. If you complain they will be happy to replace you with someone else, anyone else, since to them you're just a number and anyone is capable of doing what you do. So, maybe istead of constantly sending communications talking about the growth of the company and how great you are, start showing you care about your employee. Stop paying for pseudo inspirational posters and start giving employees perks and benefits that will make them more inclined to stay with your company and might stop this massive Exodus you are facing. People are leaving constantly and most of them don't even want to finish their probation period! The salary is just ridiculously low and your silly bonuses don't make up for it. Your employees are asked to provide high quality work but the remuneration doesn't match that
"Flexible schedule" although quite limites
Low salary, no perks, terrible culture
Don't work here if you want to be treated as a person or build a nice career. The company doesn't care that you're a human being and doesn't want to explain any actions they do under the excuse "we just have to". Only the higher up people are treated good but you would have to get 3-4 promotions to get there. People are good but everything else is horrible including facilities, money and all the things you have to put up to for that monthly charity you get under the mask of a salary. Better go and work at Tesco. Also the company is free to make you work on the weekends as much as they want although on the interview they specifically tell you it's only mon-fri. The interview is often held in a nicer building and then they move you to a horrible one where the perks from the first building are not available. There is technically a good life to work balance but you get so little money you can't actually use that time to go somewhere if you want to pay the rent and save a certain amount. Healthcare plan they cover (after probation) is bad. Overtime, when paid, is paid at a really low rate. No parking is provided (there is a looong waiting list for parking and people wait for years). If you come by bus, you have to walk for 15 minutes to get there, but there is a shuttle to the DART (which is much closer to the business park), they just don't want to pay for it to pick up the people on the bus station. The sidewalk from the bus station to Eastpoint is usually flooded and narrow so when there is rain (few times weekly in Dublin) you just end up completely wet from it and from - more...
low money, no free food or snacks, sterile, no phones allowed
It depends on the project but most of them have flexi-time which help plan your days ahead, which is very helpful. The management is not the best. Not very interested in people management. They leave it very clear that the only thing that matters are numbers, without caring about the working environment. The most enjoyable part of the job is that most of the agents are very friendly, the flexi-time and that you can learn some things, plus the free snacks (depending on the building).
Friendly co-workers, flexi-time & paid sick days.
Bad salary, bad management and bad people management.
Management is not collaborative, they embrace a blame culture when faced with any challenge instead of collaborating on a solution, they chose who to point out the blame to. Micromanagement across all supporting functions, putting not true urgency into all tasks
some managers are great mentors
no life work balance