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30 June 2020

What is the salary like at Interpro People?

Pros

*met some very nice colleagues

Cons

*Lack of transparency *Lack of leadership/management *Micromanagement *Unrealistic expectations with very minimal support *Low salaries, very poor commission structure *EXTREMELY high turnover * If I hadn’t known Interpro was around for 30 years, I would assume it’s a start up in its first year . Management is extremely unorganised and running around haphazardly, with no clear vision, and it’s obvious in all their business dealings. Promotions are based on billing, which means you have managers who have no idea how to manage and lead teams. You’re told you’ll receive autonomy in the role,but you’re micromanaged like crazy.

Advice to Management

Read a business book? Take a *basic* business course? I recommend management considers admitting that for once in their 30 years of failed attempts at running a successful company, that it may be time to consider that you’ve been doing something wrong. Listen to your employees, I know you “claim” they’re your greatest asset, so I suggest hearing them out, they understand business quite well and would surely be able to help you.

*Low salaries, very poor commission structure

30 June 2020

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22 June 2020

What are sales commissions like at Interpro People?

Pros

Have met fantastic people at this company, unfortunately they don't stick around I like their inbuilt database. Quick and easy to use and very intuitive Nice welcome card upon starting Helping out charities such as Ozharvest Fun social evenings and prizes for top performers , but less so now. Unfortunately gone completely down hill.

Cons

I have found this organisation very disorganised which took me away from doing sales and trying to sort out IT issues a lot. Poor commission structure. They do not pay commission to employees that have left There is a huge churn and burn with little support . I would see someone leave almost once a week. The way they handled COVID was disgusting . The treatment of staff was very poor. Telling everyone what a wonderful position the company is in only to fire half the staff a couple of weeks later.

Advice to Management

I don't believe there is any respect and honesty from management . Hiring rookies and chucking them in the deep end with a cold desk and not much support , you can see the writing on the wall. There's a lot of talk but the talk doesn't meet the actions . There needs to be a complete company culture change .

Poor commission structure.

22 June 2020

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