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IESA has a culture and values rating of 3.1.

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What is the company culture like at IESA?

8 English reviews out of 8

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17 October 2021

Pros

The leadership team won’t go very far in another organisation. Haven’t got a clue, pro is thank god they won’t be little hitlering anywhere else!

Cons

Dreadful organisation with no ethics. Treat people like utter rubbish. Have no idea what they are doing and promote dead heads to exec level who are sloppy and lazy. HO steal ideas and bury you when they need to cover tracks. culture is two faced and quite bullying goes on . Staff turnover is high and hours are ridiculous. Blame game is rife, never known an organisation that calls meetings with multiple people to reprimand a person and call them out in-front of others. Do not take a job here, unless you want to be treated like utter crap!

Advice to Management

Lindsley Ruth needs to sit up and listen, I’m sure if he knew what goes on here he would do a clear out! Come Lindsley, sort it out before you have a major claim on your hands!

culture is two faced and quite bullying goes on .

17 October 2021

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Anonymous Employee)

15 February 2021

Pros

Having worked at IESA for 20 years it has clearly been a place where I have been able to thrive and develop. Throughout my time with the company, more so in the recent times, it has been an exciting and fast paced business which strives to continue to be the market leader. There is a collaborative approach to developing our solutions and enabling team members to be empowered to play a key role in all forms of development. The welfare and inclusion of employees has never been more of a focus and I am comfortable that all is done that is possible to maintain an environment in which hard working people can prosper within a supportive culture. Overall I find IESA to be like a family with a large range of people bringing different skills and personalities to the business with the single goal of helping it to prosper.

Cons

I do not have any negative points to raise.

The welfare and inclusion of employees has never been more of a focus and I am comfortable that all is done that is possible to maintain an environment in which hard working people can prosper within a supportive culture.

15 February 2021

Reviewed by: Business Development Director in Warrington, England (Current Employee)

23 June 2021

Pros

Nice polo shirt with many colors to choose from (if you are important enough)

Cons

Short sighted management and lack of investment in people Iesa believe they are a ground breaking, innovative business but in truth they are run autocratically and very top down. The higher management team are very poor from communication to delivery across the business. They promise the world to clients and deliver very little true value. If you are not the right fit (yes person) you are quickly moved out of the business i am happy to have had the experience of working foe Iesa it has taught me alot of very valuable lesson in my career. But my god am i happy that i have now progressed my career outside of there. Good luck to all who still work there as there are a lot of really good and talented people still working. But believe me the grass is so much greener!

Advice to Management

Stop self promoting within the SLT you are only as good as your weakest link. Instead of breaking that link try to fix and make it stronger!

The higher management team are very poor from communication to delivery across the business.

23 June 2021

Reviewed by: Manager in Warrington, England (Former Employee)

15 August 2021

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.

Persistent Blame culture

15 August 2021

Reviewed by: Implementor in Warrington, England (Former Employee)

3 July 2021

Pros

Absolutely no pros at all.

Cons

Do not work for this company if you value yourself in any way. You will be overworked, exploited, belittled and bullied by toxic magement, from top to bottom. You will never be able to work hard enough for their ridiculously high kpis, you will be expected to work extra for nothing and forgo breaks to meet their impossible standards. If I had read the reviews before joining I would have never taken the job. Trying to find another job, literally anything to get away from this terrible company. I have worked in this industry doing the same thing for 16 years and after a year at iesa I am stressed, exhausted and have developed health problems. I just hope I can leave soon.

Advice to Management

Listen to your employees. Treat them like human beings, not commodities that can be worked until exhaustion to fulfil your unrealistic promises to the clients. Hire managers with experience and understanding of the industries and the people they are to be involved with.

You will be overworked, exploited, belittled and bullied by toxic magement, from top to bottom.

3 July 2021

Reviewed by: Stores Envoy in London, England (Current Employee)

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