Quick Release Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Quick Release employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Quick Release has a diversity rating of 3.9.

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Does there seem to be diversity at Quick Release?

6 English reviews out of 6

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29 June 2020

Pros

interesting work, some nice people, culture can be fun.

Cons

culture can become toxic, diversity in management and leadership is poor.

culture can become toxic, diversity in management and leadership is poor.

29 June 2020

Reviewed by: Project in London, England, England (Current Employee)

28 January 2021

Pros

Earnest attempts at: diversity, fair business practices, open/ honest management, and open book accounting. Some of the managers are solid people working extremely hard to push the business in the right direction, who genuinely care about their employees and the stated beliefs of the business. The employees are generally incredibly high caliber&consistently blow away expectations with their performance (&just generally being very cool people).

Cons

Management overall still comes across as shady. Promotion is more about who you know and how much you’re liked rather than if you’re qualified. The bar is constantly changing as to who can apply for what, and when depending on if management’s favourite is ready to apply or not. Management consistently breaks promises, and slights employees for reasons that are thin at best, all the while pushing a “family” atmosphere. The salary is not enough to compensate for the volume of work you’re expected to do, and while “culture” used to make up for a lot of what the company lacks in upward mobility& development, in lockdown that has completely disappeared. Now it’s just long hours, mundane work, & mediocre pay. You can earn a lot more doing the exact same work for client companies&there has been a lot of leakage from Quick Release in precisely that direction.

Advice to Management

Practice what you preach, stop promoting blatantly unqualified people who have never even taken a management course in their life, much less managed a team, just because of seniority or you “need a manager”. It does nobody any good to have somebody you call a manager that has zero idea how to perform the role& was just excited about a pay increase.

Earnest attempts at: diversity, fair business practices, open/ honest management, and open book accounting.

28 January 2021

Reviewed by: Data Analyst in Dearborn, MI (Current Employee)

12 February 2020

Pros

The company culture is so inclusive, with every team member being more than happy to help. The projects are interesting also.

Cons

I haven't found any yet

The company culture is so inclusive, with every team member being more than happy to help.

12 February 2020

Reviewed by: Data Analyst in Coventry, England, England (Current Employee)

31 March 2021

Pros

Open communication channels from New starters to Directors Inclusive working groups Challenging projects Great support from management and the people team.

Cons

Nothing springs to mind as negative.

Advice to Management

The culture and staff support system within QR has been really great throughout the pandemic, i can't fault how the team handled this year's challenges.

Inclusive working groups

31 March 2021

Reviewed by: Back Office (Current Employee)

10 February 2021

Pros

The people you will meet in Quick Release are some of the brightest and nicest people in the business. Approaches to problems can be very different than any other companys.

Cons

The company keeps switching between Start-Up and corporate attitudes according to how the company can benefit the most. There is no real development for employees after the Senior level and it feels like that is somewhat the intention as more experienced people ruin the profit margin. Almost no money is spent on certifications in specialized fields, only internal training with huge differences in quality. Favoritism plays a huge role when it comes to promotion to the management level. Whether you succeed in this company or not is heavily linked to being liked by management and not necessarily linked to being good at what you do. Socials in the company are great because of the people that work here but you are passively forced to participate as it is crucial to be seen and liked to be put on good projects. Salary follows a frozen scheme, starts competitive, and becomes less and less competitive as you progress through the mandatory stages. There are no yearly salary increases linked to your performance and everyone on the same level earns the same. So it doesn't matter if you put in the somewhat demanded extra effort as the company has no real mechanism to reward good work. Overtime is normal and it is always a discussion to get the extra hours balanced out. As an employee, you are always expected to go "the extra mile" and behave absolutely perfectly, however, management does not adhere to the same standards.

Advice to Management

Practice what you preach, reward good work and find ways to give back. Especially as you demand too much from all of your employees in these demanding times. If personal sacrifices are considered mandatory find a way to show some appreciation for your employees.

Favoritism plays a huge role when it comes to promotion to the management level.

10 February 2021

Reviewed by: Senior Project Analyst (Current Employee)

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