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20 English questions out of 20

10 January 2021

What is health insurance like at QNet?

Pros

If you like working up till 3 to 5 am, even on your days off or on your sick bed without no extra work hours allowance, and without zero training or contract covering you as a staff then this is the right place for you, welcome.

Cons

Internal process very long. Back biting at each level. No health insurance. Even salary is never fully paid. No payroll, no job description, no fix process. No consideration no respect of local law or work ethics. In other words, nothing. And working each day with the fear of what new drama is gonna pop-up or when police is going for you all. A company with so many problems to solve.

Advice to Management

Any respectable company should have process and abide by local law, instead of refusing to pay taxes to the country in which they operate, its called fraud.

No health insurance.

10 January 2021

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11 May 2020

How are the career development opportunities at QNet?

Pros

Personality Development Full-Fill all your dreams Personal Growth Get Name & Fame

Cons

You will not earn if you dont do hardwork Its not a quick rich scheme

Personal Growth

11 May 2020

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23 December 2020

What kind of career opportunities exist at QNet?

Pros

- A good place to learn many different things - We’re often given the opportunity to learn and be involved in matters which is related to other departments that allows us to learn more about other departments and their work

Cons

The internal systems that the employees have to use are a bit outdated and not very user-friendly which can be improved by sourcing for more efficient software

Advice to Management

More perks i guess

We’re often given the opportunity to learn and be involved in matters which is related to other departments that allows us to learn more about other departments and their work

23 December 2020

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19 July 2021

Does QNet have any sort of mentoring programme?

Pros

As one of the major players in the direct selling industry, QNET is constantly seeking innovation and fresh ideas as it strives to match its customers' evolving needs. That said, there's always a flurry of activities from events, to social media campaigns, CSR initiatives, PR blitzes, product launches, etc. Suffice it to say that you'll never have a 'boring' day working in this company. Recently, the company has also invested a lot in training the staff - both internally and with external training providers - to ensure that we're all equipped to respond to the needs of the times. As for the people, I can tell for sure that I work with some of the most passionate, most committed people you'll ever meet. Sure, there's the occasional drama and some politicking, but at the end of the day, which company is so perfect anyway?

Cons

There are still some archaic policies and procedures that should've been left in the last decade but are somehow still being followed.

Advice to Management

We'd like to see more women rising and making important decisions in the organisation.

both internally and with external training providers

19 July 2021

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23 December 2020

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at QNet?

Pros

Good bosses to provide a lot of guidance and support, work is good and offers learning experience

Cons

Currently no working from home benefit which can be tough for parents sometimes, but I hope in future the management will introduce a work from home arrangement

Advice to Management

Be more active

Good bosses to provide a lot of guidance and support, work is good and offers learning experience

23 December 2020

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