- Équilibre travail/vie privée
- Culture et valeurs
- Opportunités de carrière
- Rémunération et avantages
People are generally friendly and they do a lot of after-work get-togethers. They do their best to keep the environment fun and the mood light, and there's always plenty of work to be done so the days pass pretty quickly.
No one really knows what they're doing. PLS is a fairly young company, so they're constantly revising their criteria for how to do the work, implementing new procedures and changing the rules week-to-week. It can get very frustrating for someone who prefers the steady routine of more mature companies. Management is made up of mostly 20-somethings who don't really understand the business they're in, so it's a classic case of THE BLIND LEADING THE BLIND.
It's the clique-iest place I've ever been (and I've been to Jr. high). It's true: if management doesn't like you, they'll find a reason to fire you. I saw about a dozen firings in my time there, and half the time it wasn't deserved: they simply didn't like that person.
The opposite is also true: if management likes you, or you're friends with a higher-up, your work performance is irrelevant; they'll probably promote you simply because they like you. It's not a "work hard and ye shall achieve" kind of place, more of a "make the right friends and you'll be safe" kind of place. Like prison without the bars.
Conseils à la direction
Grow up. The word 'professional' is in your name but your conduct is anything but. Stop running things based on drama and gossip and start treating people fairly. You still haven't learned to leave personal feelings and attachments at the door, and it's resulted in an environment of pettiness, bitterness, jealousy and fear.
Nevertheless, you seem to be doing well and I'm sure these are just the growing pains of a new company. I wish you luck in the future.
J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 2 jours. J'ai passé un entretien à Professional Lien Search en janvier 2012.
One on one interview. Met with the CEO at the time of my interview. I'm sure the process is different now. The company has grown a lot since I was interviewed.
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