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13 days ago

Kreativa juniora utvecklare till Centiro!

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Academic Work söker för Centiros räkning juniora systemutvecklare inom C#/.NET i Microsoftmiljö. Centiro är i en expansiv fas och vill ge möjligheten… Glassdoor


11 days ago

Vi söker en Teletekniker till Relacom i

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Academic Work söker för Relacoms räkning en Teletekniker. Uppdraget är en del av vår personaluthyrning vilket innebär att du kommer att vara anställd… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Staples söker en teknikintresserad säljare

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Academic Work söker för Staples räkning en Business Development Associate (BDA) till deras team om sju personer. Din främsta uppgift kommer vara att… Glassdoor


11 days ago

Kreativ Margin Specialist med känsla för siffror och lönsamhet

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Som Margin Specialist kommer du vara en del av företagets anbudsavdelning som är inriktad på marknaden i Sverige men även andra delar av… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Mjukvaruutvecklare inbyggda system till globala Mobitec

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Mobitec utökar och söker nu en mjukvaruutvecklare som brinner för programmering, elektronik och produktutveckling. Mobitec ingår i en internationell… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Testingenjör SW med kvalitetsfokus till internationella Mobitec!

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Academic Work rekryterar en kvalitetsfokuserad testingenjör med inriktning mjukvara till Mobitec i Herrljunga. Mobitec ingår i en internationell… Glassdoor


11 days ago

Teknisk dokumentatör inom Telecom

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Academic Work söker för kunds räkning en teknisk dokumentatör. Kunden är ett företag verksamt inom främst telekom. Deras uppdragsgivare inom… Glassdoor


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Academic Work CEO and Founder Johan Skarborg
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    This company takes advantage of the Swedish employment market

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Consultant  in  Stockholm, Stockholm (Sweden)
    Current Employee - Consultant in Stockholm, Stockholm (Sweden)

    I have been working at Academic Work full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    1. Easy way to get a job in Sweden, specially for immigrants- since it is very hard
    2. The account manager in charge of ones contract is very nice and attentive always helping and answering questions
    3. They plan activities for the consultants, most people working are young so is fun to meet other consultants
    4. Have access to good companies- I see it as a way to have experience for some moths nothing else

    Cons

    1. The salary is super low. for a 4 year experience as finance assistant/ secretary, administrative they pay 120 kr the hour! this includes a bachelor degree and in most cases even a master.
    2. There is no room for negotiation of your contract or salary and it is clear they are making money out of low salaries- its also due to the overload of non Swedish looking for jobs in english
    3. Unstable contracts - this is the new rule in the job market in Sweden. The company hires one of this intermediary companies and then gives small contracts to a consultant. Is a terrible system and one can only wish for the day this is banned.
    4. Sometimes the communication on feedback and happy messages from the account manager seem too much- its like they are forcing them to do this. it kind of feels like one of this always smile rules of fast food chain restaurants.
    5. The company has a small project in Africa and the employees visit the site sometimes. I can only think this is just to compensate in their minds for the low salaries they pay in Sweden. at least they do something.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    I'm not sure about management inside of the company, but I know what I have experienced as a "consultant" - is sad to hear that a young company is also doing what others are, (and in a worst way!) just for the sake of making money. it doesn't matter how many happy messages you send to your consultants- you are still taking a huge chunk of their salaries. Even is this is accepted as a rule in the market.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO