worked there for many years
wanted to progress , but no opportunities arise unless you want to work in or commute to Dublin
staff had to fight for extra hours
new staff were given more hours than longer running staff sue to their hourly rate of pay
no full time hours availabel in any centre throughout IReland ( only in dublin but not guaranteed at that )
very poor management,with a very bad reward culture for very hard work,in stressful working environment.
you never know exactly what day's you are working in the month,
management always wait until last minute to add extra days
I have worked as an intern in this company for 6 months and I was left very satisfied with the overall outcomes in Prometric.
It is a 9-5 job but it is very flexible upon you working from home if you cannot make it into work.
The staff is very friendly and really proactive to make new friends and connections.
There were a lot of team-building games and exercises, nights-out, quizzes and events in general.
The most enjoyable part of work is working with people in Kuala Lumpur and Baltimore.
The hardest part of work is resolving real-time on-site issues as customers take their exams.
Under 5e lunches (Delivered to work), Plenty of social outings, Management is open-minded about improvements
Tough deadlines, Overhaul of problems during migration
I had a terrible experience here back in 2013. I took the job despite a low salary because it was near to my house. I think prometric had a toxic corporate culture, with a focus on cost cutting at the expense of quality, and a culture of playing favourites and shifting blame. Completely unable to acknowledge the problems it has.
Free tea & coffee making facilities. Nice view of the mountains
The working environment, Culture of blame, Poor management