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30+ days ago

Vice President of Consulting

Reputation Institute Cambridge, MA

RI is proud to serve over 300 of the top Global 1,000 companies as clients. RI’s client roster is actively growing as the issue of Corporate… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

sales executives & client service officer

reputable institution Ibadan, OY +2 locations

SALES EXECUTIVES AND CLIENT SERVICE URGENTLY NEEDED A reputable institution in Ibadan urgently needs marketers and client service officer… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

HR Executive

Reputed Institution Hyderābād

Should have the knowledge able to perform the HR activities and policies of Organisation.should be able to handle independently recruitments and… Glassdoor


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    Culture of fear and abysmal communication in a very small company

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    I have been working at Reputation Institute full-time

    Pros

    Some members of leadership display human qualities (humor, compassion, genuine desire to empower their teams), some opportunities to travel to interesting locations, some employees are truly delightful and uniquely intelligent

    Cons

    This organization has severe management issues. There is a lack of top-down transparency in the decision-making process (from their recruitment methods to their employee review system to organizational changes). As another reviewer mentioned, it is very much "every man for himself" and if you are not gratuitously ingratiating to leadership, you will find yourself overlooked and eventually let go. Employees often disappear with no explanation, and given that the office is quite small, this creates a ripple of paranoia and gossip that deal serious blows to morale. There is little to no communication between departments and zero investment or effort in training and team building. The company is hardly willing to invest in basic supplies like technology upgrades or even break room snacks, let alone comprehensive employee development. Decisions from top leadership seem to be thought up on a whim and are delivered sloppily to the team at large. The amount of red-tape involved in the processing of something as simple as an IT request rivals Kafka's works in its bureaucratic absurdity. A small percentage of employees plaster smiles on their faces and keep as busy as possible in fear of being fired, and in the hopes that their work will eventually lead to some sort of recognition. Most look miserable and walk around like they're living in Mahler's late period. The company certainly does not abide by its own advice.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Value your people, trim the fat at the top instead of continuously hiring executives with bloated salaries, reform and professionalize HR (this is sorely needed), and stop pressuring your people to meet arbitrary and unrealistic sales goals. Conduct yourselves with some modicum of integrity.

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