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Read what IESA employees think about their compensation at the company.

IESA has a compensation and benefits rating of 2.9. If you want to know how much IESA employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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6 English questions out of 6

5 March 2020

What is the salary like at IESA?

Pros

Has improved as a business since first started two years ago. Have taken employee feedback on board. Issued company laptops for all employees and have added extra holidays. Great working environment. Employees really make a difference. Opportunities for movement around the company.

Cons

The wage is the biggest downfall of the company. There's a lot of wage gaps within the business, even people within departments are on uneven pay, and for the jobs we do, we are paid way below average.

There's a lot of wage gaps within the business, even people within departments are on uneven pay, and for the jobs we do, we are paid way below average.

5 March 2020

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19 August 2021

What are other benefits and incentives like at IESA?

Pros

It’s slightly better than being homeless.

Cons

The good reviews are fake - this is a fact and everyone in the company knows it. Departments actively work against each other, similar to The Hunger Games. Serviced offered to clients is poor at best, if you’re only a small account… good luck. If you’re a supplier and want to be paid… good luck. If you’re looking to progress your career with hard work and ability… good luck (you need to suck up and bury your colleagues). Overall, i cannot fathom why anyone would actively remain at this company, other than they don’t know their true worth. Should you find yourself desperate for a job or TUPE’ing over, then by all means, use the company as a stepping stone but begin looking immediately. I really cannot stress it enough, just how bad of a company this is.

Advice to Management

stop promoting low trust individuals - it’s makes they culture incredibly toxic.

Serviced offered to clients is poor at best, if you’re only a small account… good luck.

19 August 2021

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13 March 2021

Does IESA offer a daily bonus?

Pros

None that I can think of

Cons

On the surface the pay is good but the hours expected mean you’re actually on minimum wage. Workload is huge and this will be expected to be done late into the night and at the weekend. Staff are spoken to in a disgusting manner and there is zero concern for anyone’s wellbeing. Hands down the most toxic, uncaring and unhealthy environment I have ever had the misfortune to be involved with.

On the surface the pay is good but the hours expected mean you’re actually on minimum wage.

13 March 2021

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22 January 2020

How often do employees say they are paid at IESA?

Pros

None really. They pay on time

Cons

- Over works staff + leaves you hanging - Mgt never back up staff - clients come first -Mgt do not support growth or individuals -Mgt quick to terminate contracts - poor grounds of termination - Mgt always get lower ranking staff to do things and then use it to get rid of them - You have to always be weary of the mgt and direct line mgt - Transparency is a problem

Advice to Management

Stop cheating your clients + staff!

They pay on time

22 January 2020

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15 August 2021

Does IESA offer bonus pay?

Pros

Nil. No positives to take from this company. Avoid associating with this or any of its sister or parent companies at all costs.

Cons

This company doesn’t even deserve a 1 star rating. Here’s a few points below to summarise Awful communication. Amazingly good at Micro-management. Zero support systems. Persistent Blame culture ‘Them and us’ Exec management style long hours and overworking tirelessly will be a daily routine. Stress and anxiety levels will persistently be through the roof. Poor pay with an ‘exec calibration’ rigged bonus structure HR is there to protect the company not to empower employment rights Run as fast as you can if this cowboy of a company reach out to you for employment - their head office front entrance has and always will be referred to as, a revolving one because the employee treatment is shockingly awful. Worst job I’ve ever experience in my life. I could go on for days but you get the point.

Advice to Management

The whole management structure needs replacing with people who care about employees wellbeing and reward their hard work and effort. Company direction is clear as day to improve their revenue, gain as many new clients as possible etc however this shouldn’t be at all costs! Without the employees the company wouldn’t be in the position it would. The majority of employees are really nice however the management and exec team are solely driven on improving company finances and pick this over employee well being.

Poor pay with an ‘exec calibration’ rigged bonus structure

15 August 2021

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