Voxpro logo
Voxpro
3.0 out of 5 stars.
Get weekly updates, new jobs, and reviews
View all Voxpro reviews
Review this company

Voxpro

Voxpro Employee Review
Job work-life balance
Salary/Benefits
Job security/advancement
Management
Job culture

Exploitation

Les possibilités d’évolution sont rares car le népotisme règne. Certaines personnes dans le upper management ont des comportements sectaires. Tout est rose en surface et on vous vend une culture d’entreprise que la plupart des managers ne respectent pas du tout. Certains sont vraiment abusifs et leur mauvais comportement est recompensé. Certaines équipes peuvent restées des mois et des mois sans managers. Les bons managers ne restent pas longtemps car le salaire ne suit pas par rapport au travail demandé. Il y a un véritable problème de logement que ce soit sur Dublin ou Cork. Avoir un appartement privé ou même un studio c’est le parcours du combattant. C’est collocation obligée si vous vous un tant soit peu voir votre salaire. La vie est très chère en Irlande, contrairement aux idées reçues. Les loyers en explosion, il y a une vraie spéculation au niveau de l’immobilier. Les bonus sont souvent donnés sous forme de pizzas ou de bons. Les journées de travail sont intenses. Les pauses sont courtes, et le lunch break de 30 min peut devenir un quart d’heure quand il y a trop de monde à la cantine. Plus vous travaillez chez eux, plus vous perdez de l’argent. Votre dernier mois de salaire peut vous être sucré quand vous partez.C’est facile de voyager partout en Irlande en partant de Cork ou Dublin.

Pros

C’est facile de voyager partout en Irlande en partant de Cork ou Dublin

Cons

le salaire, cadence de travail, culture toxique d'exploitation

Ratings by category

1.0Work/Life Balance
1.0Salary/Benefits
1.0Job security/advancement
1.0Management
1.0Culture
Was this review helpful?
View all 241 reviews

Similar reviews

Same location
Job work-life balance
Salary/Benefits
Job security/advancement
Management
Job culture

Quite good as outsourcers go.

Good points - Inclusive employer not too hung up on previous experience, age, etc. Also a lack of severe micro management/oversight ( at least in my area of operations).Also - overall good management of work from home situation.Not so good - Awash with happy clappy pseudo American language. Everything is great/awesome even when it is very mundane/ordinary. Hyperbole is fine but gets wearing over time. Also a complete inability to manage holiday allocation - a pretty fundamental requirement in an employer. regular commitments given to get it sorted but it remains a mess.
Was this review helpful?
Same location
Job work-life balance
Salary/Benefits
Job security/advancement
Management
Job culture

Fast paced dynamic work place

Very busy, wry dynamic, very fast paced working environment. Good Management and fast track promotion possibilities for the ambitious types. Overall very impressive organisation.

Pros

Good benefits
Was this review helpful?
Same location
Job work-life balance
Salary/Benefits
Job security/advancement
Management
Job culture

Terrible support from Managers and the shifts were unrealistic

If you call in sick expect to be put on extra shifts when you come back. You can also expect to be working through public holidays as you will more than likely not get them off, they don’t make you aware of this in the contract. Training is awful, it’s for a duration of two weeks and at the end of it you are still none the wiser about what you will actually be doing. It’s good as a stepping stone if you have no previous experience but I wouldn’t recommend staying more than a few months as it will take a toll on you.

Pros

No pros to the job

Cons

No support
Was this review helpful?
  • Companies
  • Voxpro
  • Employee reviews
  • Exploitation