Instant Impact Employee Reviews about "management"
94% would recommend to a friend
(17 total reviews)
Rob Blythe & Felix Mitchell
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- "Great culture and an amazing team of like minded people wanting to build something together." (in 15 reviews)
- "Great Team." (in 13 reviews)
- "A great company culture" (in 6 reviews)
- "Training is always on offer so there are always opportunities to learn" (in 6 reviews)
- "It's a highly autonomous role, which is great for people who want to prove their ability and worth." (in 6 reviews)
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Updated 29 Nov 2023
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- 5.023 Sept 2019Talent AssociateCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
- Vibrant and collaborative team - Very fair and approachable management - there to answer questions and help when you need them - Clear and fast progression route, you are rewarded for the hard work you put in (I was promoted in my first four months) - Plenty of opportunities to get involved with other things beyond your job role - Autonomy and independence with projects, with a great amount of support if needed - Driven by values that translate into everything we do
Don't have any cons so far
- 5.022 Mar 2022Talent PartnerCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
All levels of management are very approachable, I feel supported even as a fully remote worker. With staff being located all around the world now, lots is done to ensure we get to know each other and that the company culture is not lost. They are flexible and put their trust in you to do a good job, no micro management are flexible and put their trust in you to do a good job, no micro management are flexible and put their trust in you to do a good job, no micro management at all.
Nothing that comes to mind!
- 3.08 Oct 2017Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 1 yearLondon, England
Good team, good incentives for success
Lots of change as management try to figure out where they want to take the place.
- 1.010 May 2023Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Dynamic colleagues who strive for the best.
- Management has no direction, don't consider any other opinions and change their minds when it suits them - Micromanagement - and everything needs to be done as per the CEOs will - no consideration of better ways of doing things - Talk about diversity a lot, but not diverse at all! - Will get rid of employees when they feel like it, no training or mentoring will be given to grow them first - No room for growth, due to management being extremely rigid.2Instant Impact Response7mo
Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback in relation to your time at Instant Impact. We aim to provide a positive employee experience for all team members that joins us and we take all feedback seriously. We are sorry that you do not feel like you had a positive experience when working for us. I would welcome the opportunity to take this conversation offline and discuss your feedback in more detail with the aim to continuously improve. Please do reach out to me on Louise.firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to organise a follow up conversation. Thank you, also, for your positive comments in relation to our team members, it is really appreciated. Wishing you all the best Louise People & Culture Director
- 5.018 Sept 2019Talent AcquisitionCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearLondon, England
- The on boarding and training process is really great, you’re provided with responsibility and unconditional support from day one. - Everyone in the office is super friendly and it’s a very collaborative work environment. - You’re provided with plenty of opportunity for progression and growth. - The management team is like no where else I’ve worked before. They consistently provide you with opportunities for self-development and actively encourage your success. It’s also not a hierarchical office where you never meet the Heads of the company- you work with them everyday! - Lots of fun out of work activities, such as early finish and drinks on a Friday, quarterly incentive days out, and a weekend away.
- Not a con of Instant Impact, but a career in recruitment requires lots of resilience and motivation to succeed.
- 5.05 Sept 2022Senior Talent PartnerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearLondon, England
Fantastic supportive environment. Fun and friendly. Great opportunity to develop and grow with the company.
Can be a lot to learn at first but the management listen to feedback and change the onboarding process accordingly.
- 5.028 Mar 2019Recruitment ConsultantCurrent Intern, less than 1 yearLondon, England
- A hugely supportive young and fun team who are all great to work with - A fantastic opportunity to grow and develop, joining as a placement student I have been give vast amounts of responsibility - Instant Impacts purpose is something that everyone truly believes in which makes it very easy to get behind and deliver on it - A very clear progression route which has meant I have been promoted within 8 months of joining - Senior management want to help everyone improve and develop - they will always set aside time to help you no matter how busy they are - Training is always on offer so there are always opportunities to learn - A great set of values to can be transferred into outside work life as well
- As a company they focus on weekly targets and KPIs quite heavily sometime not focusing on their long term vision as much
- 4.012 Nov 2018Senior ConsultantCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearLondon, England
The culture is fun and sociable and everyone are really good friends. The training is excellent and the senior team are always available to help. Very flat structure and everyone is always aware of exactly what the company's goals are - very transparent Great diversity!! Particularly for a recruitment company Everyone is involved in decision making - senior management like to listen to all employee's ideas.
Sometimes too data/KPI driven1
- 3.018 Nov 2018Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 1 year
- The team is unbeatable. Really great people who aren't 'typical recruiters'. - A generally supportive, collaborative environment. - Structure is flat and therefore communication within the team is good.
- Pay is low, often below London Living Wage. - Non-recruiter team members come second to the recruitment team and there's little understanding of how to manage these other departments. - Fundamental issues are 'swept under the rug' while management focus on short-term wins.2