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20 November 2018

Pros

None at all. Not even one.

Cons

Everything.Terrible place to work. Poor management, no adequate training for staff.Staff are not properly trained in the area of career guidance. It is a sales job with way too much administration.

Advice to Management

Choose different careers

Poor management, no adequate training for staff.Staff are not properly trained in the area of career guidance.

20 November 2018

Reviewed by: Employment Advisor in Dublin, Dublin

5 September 2018

Pros

Good experience Great team atmosphere Working with employers and public Admin experience Dealing with government bodies and 3rd party groups

Cons

Poor management, received promotions due to favouritism within branches. Management seem to be confused as to their responsibilities. Overbearing senior management with too much involvement in branch decisions.

Advice to Management

Stop micromanaging. Realise employees are most valuable resource for information. Budgets can be maximised by listening to those who see what happens everyday.

Poor management, received promotions due to favouritism within branches.

5 September 2018

Reviewed by: Employment Advisor in Dublin, Dublin (Current Employee)

10 August 2019

Pros

enjoyed the time and hours

Cons

poor management no communication at all

Advice to Management

provide more resources to staff

poor management no communication at all

10 August 2019

Reviewed by: Employment Advisor in Dublin, Dublin (Former Employee)

5 September 2018

Pros

Good experience Great team atmosphere Working with employers and public Admin experience Dealing with government bodies and 3rd party groups

Cons

Poor management, received promotions due to favouritism within branches. Management seem to be confused as to their responsibilities. Overbearing senior management with too much involvement in branch decisions.

Advice to Management

Stop micromanaging. Realise employees are most valuable resource for information. Budgets can be maximised by listening to those who see what happens everyday.

Overbearing senior management with too much involvement in branch decisions.

5 September 2018

Reviewed by: Employment Advisor in Dublin, Dublin (Current Employee)

5 January 2020

Pros

On a personal level you get to meet and work with a wide range of very interesting people. On a professional level the only pro is the above average annual leave.

Cons

Very disorganised company with extremely poor management that don’t seem to care for their staff or clients. When staff members raise any issues with management they are either told to resolve the issue themselves, they are completely ignored, or in my own personal experience told to not care so much about clients or other staff members issues. Also in my own personal experience a lot of the staff, through no fault of their own, are not experienced or qualified enough to assist clients with the majority of their barriers preventing them from gaining employment. Management treat clients with a serious lack of empathy or humanity, and expect staff to use aggressive tactics to persuade clients to take up any form of employment.

Advice to Management

My advice to Senior Management would be to engage face to face more regularly with front line staff in each centre, as Senior Management don’t really seem to know exactly what is going on in each centre, and there seems to be a serious lack of any accountability for Centre Managers poor performance. Also I would strongly suggest reviewing the hiring policy for Centre Managers, Tutors and Employment Services Consultants as in my experience they have been very poor, with aggressive management style that lacks any empathy for its staff or clients, and Tutors and Employment Service Consultants that offer no real support to the Employment Advisors.

Management treat clients with a serious lack of empathy or humanity, and expect staff to use aggressive tactics to persuade clients to take up any form of employment.

5 January 2020

Reviewed by: Employment Advisor in Dublin, Dublin (Current Employee)

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