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What is health insurance like at Infor?

6 English reviews out of 6

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September 5, 2018

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

Reviewed by: Sales Representative in Saint Paul, MN (Current Employee)

April 3, 2019

Pros

Ability to work remotely part or full time. DTO rather than PTO, sick days, parental leave for birth, non-birth and adoptive parents. Non-birth parent is full salary rather than a percentage. Health insurance benefits for North America workers are better than my previous employers.

Cons

Limited promotion or growth opportunities. Ineffective leaders and managers seem to stay in their roles despite frequent and notable turnover in their direct report staff. Being a remote employee is seen as a 'perk' by management, even though you are no longer able to expense your internet service, and the majority of remote workers put in well over the standard 40 hour work week. Inconsistent, and less than average performance based salary increases. Focus as of late seems to be drive down company costs, do more with less which is at the expense of the employees.

Advice to Management

Reward remote workers who have a track record of getting the job done. In the digital, virtual era working from home part or full time is not necessarily a perk, and more often than not you get more productivity and efficiency out of remote employees than you do from office workers. Offer opportunities for growth, incentivize employees other than the sales department, your support departments and staff directly impact the revenue stream too! Allow employees to anonymously review their direct manager / leader - it is a two way relationship and not always the best manager + employee pairing.

Health insurance benefits for North America workers are better than my previous employers.

April 3, 2019

Reviewed by: IT Field Support Engineer in United States (Current Employee)

July 5, 2019

Pros

Work from home. Somewhat stable company.

Cons

I have never worked for a company that found so many different ways not to pay you. Any type of variable compensation, be it commissions or bonuses will NEVER be what you think they will. First off comp plans usually come in after the first quarter, so you spend the first part of the year not even knowing the details of your target. When you finally do get your plan, it is usually an unattainable number that far exceeds what is possible or what previous years indicate is feasible. If you are lucky enough to actually hit a target, that’s when the true Infor compensation killing war machine goes into effect. Product doesn’t do what the customer needs? Infor will promise it, and collect the sale revenue but deny sales compensation because of futures. Close a sale but the customer is slow to pay? Well you don’t get paid until 2 months AFTER the customer pays, not signs. In effect Reps are now also collections agents. Proud that you worked hard and closed a deal? Be prepared for the compensation Nazis to cut your anticipated payout because they didn’t deem your contribution to be worth full payout. Told your compensation will get credited for your work on multi pillar deals? Be prepared for over two years of “confusion” on how to credit your business unit and thus avoid paying out what they promised. I don’t know many people that would continue to work for a company that takes over two years to pay them for their efforts. I certainly wasn’t one of them. As for products, know this. Infor is a software holding company. They don’t innovate. They’ll put lipstick on a big with their Hook and Loop graphic design department and claim they have state of the art, industry specific applications which is a joke. Benefits are the bare minimum. Health insurance is expensive and substandard. 401(k) match is a measly $2400/year with a 4 year vesting. They take away benefits and reimbursable expenses while charging you more and continuing to look for ways to compensate you less. I may have missed the class in Psychology 101, but asking people to do more and more while you give them less and less is not a way to motivate and keep the best and brightest. If it were a bad market and the company needed to tighten its belt to survive and avoid layoffs, that would be one thing. When the economy is strong, you are supposedly making “record sales” and this happens, talent will leave for where it is more appreciated. Some claim that the belt tightening is because Infor plans to go public. That might be great for the Koch brothers to get profit from their 3 billion dollar investment, but it means jack to the rest of the company that gets no promise of equity, if and when this IPO ever happens. Avoid this company unless you are desperate for a job or you want a place you can fly under the radar and just collect a check, not caring about advancement or growth.

Advice to Management

If your goal is to weed out all the top talent, keep doing exactly what you are doing.

Health insurance is expensive and substandard.

July 5, 2019

Reviewed by: Senior Solutions Consultant in United States (Former Employee)

February 17, 2019

Pros

Flexible work schedule. Underground parking is nice during the summer.

Cons

Pay, 401k, insurance, growth. The biggest pay I heard someone get was 2%. The managers just hire their family as project managers, and they are not knowledgable at all. They maybe attended a scrum meeting and think they know software development now. A lot of the people are older, and the turnover for younger people is high.

Advice to Management

Not like they'd change. So what's the point.

Pay, 401k, insurance, growth.

February 17, 2019

Reviewed by: Software Engineer in Scottsdale, AZ (Current Employee)

August 3, 2020

Pros

Good culture Health insurance Good benifits Nice workplace Good platform to learn

Cons

No cons Its all good Nothing bad about company

Health insurance

August 3, 2020

Reviewed by: Web Developers in Hyderābād (Current Freelancer)

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