Interdesign

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Working with Interdesign; an interior design company

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Former Employee - Client Liaison in Islamabad, Islamabad (Pakistan)
Former Employee - Client Liaison in Islamabad, Islamabad (Pakistan)

I worked at Interdesign part-time (less than an year)

Pros

Emerging area of focus in housing industry.

Cons

Working norms not defined as yet.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Raise working standards!

Doesn't Recommend
Negative Outlook

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    Great people to work with

    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Interdesign

    Pros

    Co-workers are fun. Work is easy.

    Cons

    Low starting pay.

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    Growing company with a great atmosphere

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    Current Employee - Product Development in Solon, OH
    Current Employee - Product Development in Solon, OH

    I have been working at Interdesign full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    New things to learn and work on every day; the company's product is always evolving; you aren't stuck at your desk (unless you want to be); the people are friendly and welcoming; plenty of upwards mobility (company tries to hire from within rather than external sources); thorough job training; opportunities to travel; HR promoted events, activities, and discounts; free coffee; your department becomes your second family; great benefits; product discounts that you will definitely use.

    Cons

    Can be pretty stressful at times especially around new product launches; interdepartmental tension; a select few people who like to cause scenes; every department has at least one freeloader who dumps on the work horse; the company tends to lack concern at times for product quality; job openings tend to be offered to lower level employees first which results in larger turnovers and positions that are filled by employees who wouldn't necessarily be best qualified; company as a whole resents change as a result work toward positive change is slow; finally the company is growing so fast we are running out of room (parking issues, product storage issues, open cubes are dwindling... wait should this also be a pro?)

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Expand the Solon facility, we need room; acknowledge hard workers over length of employment; base promotions off of skill set, additionally it would benefit the company to process existing employees with and as if they were an external candidate; Design needs a member in their team who is new, passionate about current trends and design, and outspoken, many times innovative ideas and concepts are swept under the rug by higher ups i.e. a design intern from a local college; finally HR use your resources... with all the great local colleges around there are tons of grads who would jump at a chance to work here, but there are very few young employees which shows that we are not using this untapped wealth of potential.

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    Positive Outlook
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