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9 English questions out of 9

September 5, 2018

What is health insurance like at Infor?

Pros

-Company is flexible you get unlimited time off, great healthcare benefits (free vision) -management is flexible and you have the opportunity to work from home -Team environment everyone is helpful and friendly

Cons

-The healthcare doesnt pay for your gym membership -401K is match capped

Advice to Management

None yet! I honestly love working here! Every company has room for improvement but I've really enjoyed everday at INFOR.

-Company is flexible you get unlimited time off, great healthcare benefits (free vision)

September 5, 2018

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February 6, 2020

What are perks and other benefits like at Infor?

Pros

When I started we had DTO (so pending manager approval you could take time off as required/needed which was great)...then they switched to 'hourly employees' so it went back to the typical time accrual / 13 days per year PTO. There are many departments given the size of the company, so if you're looking to navigate various departments within the same company, I can imagine it's fairly easy to do. There is a great work-life balance as you'll typically work 8 hour days and only Monday-Friday, so it's pretty nice to have a personal life outside of working hours.

Cons

There is absolutely zero personal growth opportunities. There are occasionally promotions from Business Development into Inside Sales...but then get ready to stay in Inside Sales for a long time--regardless if you perform well or poorly. Management is too complacent to help you in continuing your career growth and only looks at you as another number. The office 'culture' is nonexistent. For what should be a sales floor is more like a library. Managers don't talk to their reps and no one appears to show appreciation for efforts. There are 0 office perks (apart from coffee). Those in management seem to only be there because they've managed to stay at the company for a certain amount of time--there is nothing to do with performance. There is also an apparent lack of care or concern for their teams...there are seldom any office/team happy hours and team-building activities. The base is low and commission % is also low.

Advice to Management

Consider who you put in management positions. You talk a great deal about 'making Infor a great place for employees to work' but don't actually follow through with that. Perhaps it's different in other non-HQ hubs...but there seems to be 0 concern for what the 'office culture' is like to truly make it a great place to come to work day in and day out. While it's important that employees perform, don't look at everyone just as another replaceable number where people try and survive one of the two annual employee lay off periods. Try and encourage growth, seek out reviews and advice from employees, and make the office a great place to work that appreciates and values its employees.

There are 0 office perks (apart from coffee).

February 6, 2020

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August 18, 2019

Does Infor offer tuition reimbursement?

Pros

- Depending on the team, working remotely is treated well. - Not a great place, but not bad either. - All in all, an okay job. Not great, not good, but not bad. Shortcomings of the company are frustrating, but you can leave it at the door.

Cons

- Despite much of management working remote, have to fight tooth and nail to earn the privilege of remote - Important projects have long trails of expensive managers from everywhere heavily invested, but only 1-2 poorly treated developer in Poland, Belarus, Philippines, etc from a staffing firm. If you are in the US then it is poorly treated visa employees. - Delivery quality is low and deadlines are struggling to be met so they double down on cost cutting, rather than investing time into training developers. - Lots of talk about how they are investing training their employees, but no budget is allocated for it at all. Not even basic AWS certificates. Don't even dream about tuition reimbursement. - Lots of ethnic tribalism. People cover their "own" at the detriment of team, department, and institutional trust. For Site Reliability Engineering, this is a fatal blow. How can you have a culture that truly captures the benefits of learning from mistakes through open postmortems, when people are covering up their incidents? You can't learn from mistakes if people are covering them up, and then punishing the outgroup for being honest about their own errors.

Don't even dream about tuition reimbursement.

August 18, 2019

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August 21, 2018

Does Infor offer an employee assistance or workplace counselling program?

Pros

EAP Program Learning A lot of new things and enhance learning within other topics. Very Agile You get to talk to the executives as an regular person. (They are very Open) Option to work remote Free Snacks and internal meet and greets

Cons

Traveling from Long Island is a bit much Very agile with assignments so its a rush.

Advice to Management

Nothing really but try to have positions available for graduates like myself and hire within

EAP Program

August 21, 2018

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July 11, 2019

Does Infor offer unlimited time off?

Pros

Benefits are wonderful. Unlimited vacation days. The CEO cares about the employees and promotes recent college graduate hiring for entry level roles. The people are wonderful to work with. I learned a lot for putting on my resume in the future.

Cons

The work load is ridiculous. I mean we are literally doing two jobs. This department is a revolving door because the job has high demands with unrealistic expectations. We have to CONSTANTLY "clean" accounts that are unbalanced. Our royalty partners have such complicated royalty calculations you can't keep up with it. There are a too many manual procedures to this role and I feel bad for any one that comes to this department. You have to send out statements, reconcile the accounts and on top of that do internal financial reporting and balance sheets and much much more. Another thing that is annoying is that they don't hire people that know what they are doing. It really hurts the team and the week links get WAY less work than the people who do know what they are doing. The week links continue to stay along for the ride because they don't have that much work so they won't be as stressed out as someone who has 50 things to do. Not saying they don't get stressed because the job is not for the faint of heart. But it requires someone who is well seasoned to be in that position and they keep hiring junior level people. That's their first mistake! why keep hiring people that don't know accounting or how to do a vlookup when we are constantly having to reconcile and depend so heavily on excel! I just don't get it. I won’t even get into the hours that we have to put into staying late. We have stayed as late as 10pm at night ON A SATURDAY. Do your self a favor and stay far far away from this department. The company it self is good over all but the royalties department is a mess.

Advice to Management

Get people who know what they are doing. Call out the week links they are hurting the team because your good works have to pick up their slack.

Unlimited vacation days.

July 11, 2019

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