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April 23, 2020

How is management perceived at Infor?

Pros

Flexible work arrangements, and the management's priority is employee safety. You will find your self with a lot of extra time to pursue other interests.

Cons

There is too much bureaucracy, and management direction is not always aligned. Also, the company is prone to immediate workforce reductions.

Flexible work arrangements, and the management's priority is employee safety.

April 23, 2020

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October 3, 2019

Is Infor a good company to work for?

Pros

Can work remotely, which is big plus and why I've stayed, benefits are ok, and the people are some of the nicest people you'll ever want to work with.

Cons

I have been here for several years and all of the employees are in constant fear of being let go from the company, since every 6 - 8 months, they have what they call a RIF, so there's not a feeling of security about having a job long-term. Also, if you are able to stay around for awhile, there's no upward mobility. I've rarely seen anyone promoted from mid-level management and salary increases are minimal, if they happen at all. Constant instability - every year it seems the executive management team changes out, our CEO recently left and our presidents left the exact same time last year. You just have to wait a minute at this place to see what's about to happen next with the executives. There are some great people in HR, but there's no proper onboarding when people start at the company, there's no process to finding out other opportunities at the company, and the head of HR ignores emails, so no luck there, if you want guidance. Buzz words are a big thing at Infor. They use them to pretend about building culture, rather than actually executing. This year's is Inclusion and Diversity, but check out the leadership page for its diversity. Recent promotions to the executive management proves its only buzz words. Pay is under market comparatively to other companies in the same market.

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Treat people with dignity, that's how to build company culture. Pay people what they are worth

There are some great people in HR, but there's no proper onboarding when people start at the company, there's no process to finding out other opportunities at the company, and the head of HR ignores emails, so no luck there, if you want guidance.

October 3, 2019

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