Interpro People FAQ

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23 January 2019

Does Interpro People offer parental leave?

Pros

A Management team who just get out of the way and let you do your thing. Great team of people! Great culture!

Cons

No maternity leave or benefits

No maternity leave or benefits

23 January 2019

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14 May 2019

How are senior leaders perceived at Interpro People?

Pros

They are focused on building a good company culture and have a genuine interest in the needs of their employees. Very focused on health, wellness and providing training and development to staff. Managing director is great at leading and empowering his staff.

Cons

Alot of change happening with change management not handled very well. Rapidly changing business needs. CEO more concerned with money and number of placements rather than team.

Advice to Management

Spend more time in generating a solid strategy, involve the team in the decision making & change process & continue what you are doing in terms of putting your teams needs as the number 1 priority. Happy employees = happy clients

Managing director is great at leading and empowering his staff.

14 May 2019

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17 June 2020

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at Interpro People?

Pros

Very few, social aspect good.

Cons

Were unable to make a senior hire in my time, only hired rookies, incredibly high staff turnover. Management is a strong word, as there is no leadership or mentoring in the business. People get put into management for the wrong reasons. Change of strategy regularly, laughable at the amount they change their direction and it has never has been executed in a good style. Rookie training lasts a couple of weeks then they are left on their own and normally fired after 3 months for not performing. Unable to hire senior staff due to market reputation. I’ve seen numerous people get let go and never once has it been the companies fault. Very short minded, “quick wins”. Would avoid if you want to further your career or get involved in recruitment.

Advice to Management

Hire people who are capable of managing.

Change of strategy regularly, laughable at the amount they change their direction and it has never has been executed in a good style.

17 June 2020

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20 August 2020

How are the career development opportunities at Interpro People?

Pros

Autonomous culture, not KPI driven, your allowed to run your own business Strong reputation in IT market Management open to ideas and trying new ways of doing things, always listen Clear career development plan tailored to your specific goals, not blanket target for everyone Awesome people, mature, collaborative culture, dogs in the office!

Cons

Communication could have been more consistent and clear at times

Advice to Management

A fantastic business and a great place to work, I learnt a huge amount while with Interpro

Clear career development plan tailored to your specific goals, not blanket target for everyone

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30 June 2020

How are promotions handled 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.

Promotions are based on billing, which means you have managers who have no idea how to manage and lead teams.

30 June 2020

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