La Fosse Associates
La Fosse Associates Ltd – Northampton, England
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“The awards make it sound like an enjoyable place to work, but ultimately not a productive or supportive work culture ”
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I worked at La Fosse AssociatesPros
If you're highly competitive, tough, and totally money-driven you'll enjoy it here.
La Fosse also let's employees go to the gym or leave the office at lunch, and it's nice to have that autonomy, but I also did work 12+ hour days and this seemed to be the norm.
There are some lovely, driven, smart and energetic people working there.
End of week meetings always have an ample supply of wine, beer and soft drinks.
Annual ski trip and christmas party is pretty good fun and well organised.Cons
It seems that it is getting increasingly difficult to take annual or sick leave (unless you give a great deal of notice and it's not during "peak season") and most people seem to work absurd hours.
It's generally quite an unsupportive culture without a clear point of contact if you want to talk about anything HR/Personnel related.
The commission structure is good so long as you can consistently bill a lot every single month consistently. There is a relatively high threshold which seems to be a deliberate tactic to force people out who are in 'deficit' after not billing enough in 1+ months.
Poor career advancement and rules keep changing on what needs to be achieved to be promoted.
Almost everyone appears to be stressed and exhausted.
Lots of people leaving and restructuring has affected morale.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookApproves of CEO