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19 days ago

Accounts Assistant

DK Associates Alfreton, England

Our North Derbyshire based Client are currently recruiting for an Accounts Assistant role on a permanent, full time basis. Duties will include… CV-Library.co.uk


13 days ago

Temporary Semi Senior Accountant

DK Associates Nottingham, England

This role is to start ASAP and is ongoing for approx 4 weeks, this could be extended but there is no guarantee at present. Hours are Monday- Friday… CV-Library.co.uk


30+ days ago

Ejecutivo de ventas

DKsa Pichincha +2 locations

Mantener y desarrollar el territorio de ventas, sirviendo como un experto en la materia dentro de un… Glassdoor


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    this is not a place for career development or advancement

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  McLean, VA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in McLean, VA

    I worked at DKSA

    Pros

    it's a small company, everybody pretty much knows each other, and you get to interact with them all the time. People are friendly and helpful.

    Cons

    No career planning for employees, no opps for training, learning, networking, attending conferences or seminars, etc.
    No professional HR person to handle internal issues, i.e., conflict with your supervisor, sr. management, etc. it's very much like a mom/papa restaurant. there is no structures. Some people are in favor only because they have better personal relationship with the president's wife, etc.
    It's a OK place for start up college students as you can get a lot of hands-on experience, you get to figure out a lot of things by yourself without proper training or direction, but do plan on leaving after 1 or 2 years since there's absolutely no career advancement there, as a matter of fact, they don't even treat you like they want you to stay for long-term...

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    no comments. I'm glad I found a better job and left.

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