Interpro People FAQ

Have questions about working at Interpro People? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Interpro People.

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22 English questions out of 22

17 June 2020

Does Interpro People offer vision insurance?

Pros

- After works drinks - External training provider

Cons

- Lack of Management - Lack of Office Atmosphere - Terrible internal hiring process - A constantly changing strategic business model which often lasts less than 6 months at a time where people are moved around the business in a very clumsy way. - Very high staff turnover - Very questionable hiring/firing decisions

After works drinks

17 June 2020

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10 January 2021

How are the career development opportunities at Interpro People?

Pros

The current senior management are extremely supportive. They take time to understand each individual's needs and motivations and genuinely care about every employee. Depending on preference, there are a number of pathways available in order to grow your career in recruitment. There are some exciting plans in motion for 2021 aimed at career growth and work/life balance.

Cons

As the business is relatively small compared to other 'international recruiters', they don't have the level of support in their back office functions you would expect if you are coming from a larger recruitment company. However, there has been progress in improving this in the last few months.

Advice to Management

Keep it going guys. Looking forward to everything you have planned for 2021!

There are some exciting plans in motion for 2021 aimed at career growth and work/life balance.

10 January 2021

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26 January 2021

What kind of career opportunities exist at Interpro People?

Pros

-Lots of training and support from managers and everyone is always willing to help in the team. They're the most supportive bunch I've ever come across from day 1 they've been helpful and always wanting to see everyone do their best -Health and wellness program. really enjoy the extra day of volunteering as a team and giving back to the community -Not heavily KPI focussed, more quality and outcome driven environment -Ideas are genuinely listened to and encouraged from all levels of the business -Lots of recognition for hard work and contributing in other initiatives. Great rewards and perks. You really feel valued -Also dogs in the office? big YES

Cons

Not really a con but would love opportunity to be able to travel to the other offices we have and see the Team in Melbourne and Brisbane. That'd be so much fun

Not really a con but would love opportunity to be able to travel to the other offices we have and see the Team in Melbourne and Brisbane.

26 January 2021

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9 December 2020

Does Interpro People have any sort of mentoring programme?

Pros

The amazing support & training provided by management. Excellent place to work if you are looking for a clear pathway for career progression. Amazing office

Cons

Ladida is too close to say no to a drink!!

The amazing support & training provided by management.

9 December 2020

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20 September 2021

How are promotions handled at Interpro People?

Pros

Some very good colleagues Flexibility when you have errands to run during work hours

Cons

- A complete mess of a company. Major decisions are taken overnight and passed on to employees to execute. Which when fails employee is brutally bullied - Unethical culture where its all about the bottom line profit line. - It feels like the business is out there to squeeze every little possible out of the employee without rewards in return be it annual leave/LSL or even leave payout on termination. - Promotions and PRS are only given to people who walk the walk and talk the talk genuine hard work is never acknowledged or rewarded. - Its a one man band sort of organisation where the owner is working employees over a number of businesses for very little pay.

Advice to Management

Please change your management style otherwise you will loose some very good people who are working very hard for you. Look at the positive achievements rather then jut glorifying the negatives. When employees give feedback in their performance reviews take them rather then disregarding them.

Promotions and PRS are only given to people who walk the walk and talk the talk genuine hard work is never acknowledged or rewarded.

20 September 2021

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