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  • Flexible work schedules that allows one to establish a good work-life balance (in 399 reviews)

  • Work from home was very much allowed and many times encouraged to balance work/life (in 84 reviews)

  • Doing this constantly has caused some serious loss of work-life balance as someone who cares (in 42 reviews)

  • But wait, that's not quite enough to keep those senior management bonuses coming (in 78 reviews)

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    Can be good for low achievers & parents

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    Current Employee - Senior Software Engineer  in  Exmouth, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Senior Software Engineer in Exmouth, England (UK)


    For families, they offer generous and flexible working practices, although this can be at the detriment of actual performance for teams when half the company work part time or leave early to pick up kids. Good holiday, flexitime & short working hours are good if you value your personal life above professional.


    As the 'pros' suggests, for employees that wish to get on, it can be frustrating, and there's not an ethos of getting the best people, top employees are not treated any different to lacklustre employees, so there's no motivation to push yourself. Seems more money is spent on reorganisation than retaining the staff that make the difference. Current management thinking is better to get cheaper labour in India, regardless of productivity. Very sad.

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    Mixed messages destroy morale, on one hand is profits are up, we're successful for shareholders etc, on the other expenses removed, no pay rises, budgets cut and outsourcing staff to India. Whilst most people are happy to chip in whe times are bad, it's a cheek to take advantage, and goodwill among employees is rapidly diminishing at and exponential rate.

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