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30 September 2021

What are meetings like at Alldus International?

Pros

A brilliant team atmosphere that allows for success and personal development

Cons

No cons that I can think of!

Advice to Management

Keep up the great work!

A brilliant team atmosphere that allows for success and personal development

30 September 2021

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28 April 2021

What is the work environment like at Alldus International?

Pros

Colleagues I worked with was great. Basic salary wasn’t too bad. Gained experience in who not to work for.

Cons

No work life balance - expected to take calls and emails on days off and if you don’t your took into a meeting and asked if this is really for you. (Employee left because of this) No culture or office atmosphere. If you were talking you were told “back in the zone”. Any target for trips away, pizza or drinks would be unrealistic and when hit would be taking away due to invoices not been paid by the client within the target timeframe. I’m still owed a pizza :) Poor commission structure that lines the pockets of the higher ups (directors). 15k threshold. Anything over 15k you earn 15% but the directors who get jobs on that 50% of your earnings. (Earn 40k. You get 20. 15 is no earning. So you get 15% of 5k.) No support during covid (no care calls or equipment) and pay was taking away at the end of March before covid really hit Ireland. No career advancement. They will tel you it’s an meritocracy company but then they hire in high level people and tell you there’s no position and you need to do more (even tho your over achieving on targets) No HR department.

Advice to Management

Instead of rejecting people’s advice when leaving and criticising people take it onboard and learn.

No culture or office atmosphere.

28 April 2021

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