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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.
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.
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