Inmar Employee Reviews about "work life balance"
61% would recommend to a friend
(33 total reviews)
69% approve of CEO
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- "Terrible management and vey 'clickish' environment." (in 22 reviews)
- "I've even seen this happen to female managers with no recourse." (in 17 reviews)
- "Upper Management is clueless about what goes on day" (in 15 reviews)
- "Where is management.Oh that's right in meetings.Meetings not helping their underlings better service clients.Meetings on how better training could be provided.Nope." (in 13 reviews)
- "Legal is a massive pain to deal with, Billing is poorly equipped to do their job, and leadership seems completely disconnected from the operations employees who are tasked with satisfying current customers." (in 11 reviews)
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Updated Nov 29, 2023
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- 1.0Nov 21, 2017Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Some bright stars Interesting business Beautiful location in WS
Management not held accountable for their poor performance or horrible management practices. Work life balance DOES NOT exist in acctg & finance9
- 5.0Mar 18, 2022Project ManagerCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
I worked for a company that was acquired by Inmar in the past. Due to personal reasons, I did not accept the offer to stay on with them at the time. Now 2.5 years later, I am back to working for Inmar in a new position, and I've never been happier. Pros include: - Excellent salary - You start with 4 weeks of PTO - Management is invested in their employees; if you are not able to be successful in a role, they will work to find something better suited for you - Good work/life balance as long as you have personal boundaries around that - Permanent WFH-friendly - HR is responsive and pleasant - Extremely diverse portfolio of products and services; there's no all eggs in one basket approach here - Plenty of opportunities for personal and professional development
- The references to their employees as "Inmarians" takes a little getting used to. It comes off a but cultish at first, but it's quirky rather than ominous.Inmar Response2y
We are so glad to have you back! Our goal is to provide you the very best support and environment to share your talent, grow and take care of those special to you. And we'll wear "quirky" as a badge of honor!
- 3.0Feb 27, 2022Software EngineerFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsWinston-Salem, NC
Overall, the company holds true to its commitment to a healthy work-life balance; I never felt pressured to work more than required and wasn't made to feel guilty for taking time off. This fosters a more laid-back, easygoing culture among the employees; transitioning to a fully remote paradigm was seamless. There was also good collaboration, both within and across teams.
Unfortunately, below the veneer of typical glittering generalities parroted by HR, Inmar does not make good on its claims. The compensation model and health benefits are subpar at best. I was constantly reassured of the innumerable opportunities for career growth, but after being employed for over 5 years I still found myself stagnating.3
- 1.0Nov 19, 2019ManagerFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsWinston-Salem, NC
PTO Days and casual dress. Nice office,
No work life balance and no one cares. Burn out is high. No real bonus.6