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P2i CEO Carl Francis

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    Good company to work for but little or no security due to a rapid growth.

    Research Scientist (Former Employee) Oxford, England (UK)

    ProsPeople and the atmosphere make P2i a unique place to work at.
    Exciting fast-pace company with hi-tech technology and lots of intelligent and well-qualified personnel.
    Excellent marketing.
    Flexibility, freedom to explore.

    ConsLittle or no job security due to a rapid growth which does not always pay off - headcount.
    Strange management decisions which consequently resulted with the redundancy and few resignations.
    No pension scheme.

    Advice to Senior ManagementGet the decisions right and take the company to the next level by taking it a bit slower.
    Strategic planning with back-up plans could bring some sustainability to the company.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Very Positive but ultimately very unprofessional

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee) Oxford, England (UK)

    ProsRapid growth, exciting technology and great marketing.

    The senior team are all very committed and were happy to listen and feedback to all levels of staff.

    ConsLower than expected wages, requirements to wait in line for promotions or feedback. Very little movement of staff between groups to gain experiences and communication between groups is purely on a social level. The cons are far less important than the pros

    Advice to Senior ManagementKeep up the good work. More openness and communication is always beneficial.
    The remuneration package is poor, and the wage does not make up for this. Certain managers are hard to work for however this has been mostly addressed.
    The promotion of staff on merit would be preferable to the queue system, some kind of competitive open resourcing system would not fit the company ethos but would be fairer.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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