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Overall its good for learning the initial steps of recruiting. Their initiatives are good from the top, however things get a bit stressful and the ideas are hard to continue and keep in practice. Best recommended for competitive souls. The benefits are okay.
Can say that it is an Ok company. Can join for 2 years at the most. Management is biased and does not give the advice upto the mark. Favouritism is their thumb rule. Groupism persists accordingly in the main leading people.
Salary is fair enough
Management is not that good
I have been working at iPlace for 5 years now. The benefits provided by iPlace are just amazing. The work culture is amazing and lively. If you are looking to make your career into recruitment, iPlace is the best place to start with.
Gym membership, health benefits, free meals, cab service, tuition reimbursement
No cons to mention.
Love the work culture especially the open-door policy. iPlace is an employee-centric organization. The appraisal system is performance based (through Launchpad gamification) which keeps everyone motivated. The management is friendly, and you will find a lot of growth opportunities. If you want to develop your career in recruitment, then iPlace is the best place to work for. You will also get the chance to participate in various sports activities, events, and CSR activities. In short just an awesome work environment with awesome people!!!!
Performance-Based Culture, Launchpad Gamification, Benefits provided – Gym, Free Health Checkups, Free Meals, Health Insurance, Pf, Gratuity
Nothing as of now
A good place to work only if you can handle working night shifts. The benefits are great and the management is very friendly and chilled. But the crowd there is from call center background. Difficult to adjust at times.
Excellent management team facilitates personal growth of all employees. Great offices, excellent perks and the best incentives program in India. It a performance-based culture. Expect to work hard and play hard. Great for entry level employees wanting to start their careers in international recruiting.
Massage center, valet parking, training, automatic salary and promotions based on performance
No Indian holidays because clients are all foreign-based.
Now we are talking. Let me take you through this point wise- 1. To get started off with let's talk about the work culture. Now the work culture there is okay but how do you work on making something that is okay to something that is good or better. If you own a company how would you feel if your employees are shouting and are behaving in an unprofessional manner on the floor? The place where people work is the place where everything has to be done professionally.how would you feel if your company's manager is shouting from one end of the office towards another end of the office, that is not being professional that is being in efficiently unprofessional. Now who is in charge of this if something like this happens? The management right? This is where we move to the next point. 2. Now the whole point of the management is to "MANAGE" the company or a particular department in that company. How do you manage your employees? You help them in self-motivation or conduct such programs or activities which increase their motivation. Now if an employee is doing extremely well what will you do to motivate him or her? The company will or should give him or her an adequate raise in position as well as a monetary raise. No one is in this business just two or an appreciation. Appreciation is a kind of motivation but it will lead nowhere if there is no output for the one who is working so hard for that appreciation. Appreciation does not give you a status, appreciation will not give you more in terms of Monetary terms. An actual raise in terms of monetary and an actual raise in your designation - more...
No work life balance
As an International Recruiter. I conduct in-depth [technical and non-technical] interviews for positions from start ups to Fortune 500 corporations nationwide. Source candidates using Internet-based sourcing techniques: job boards, web crawlers, search engines, social networking tools, university alumni sites, local organizations websites, discussion groups, and public and proprietary resume databases. Full life cycle recruiting experience - understanding the job order, sourcing and qualifying the right candidates, handling negotiations, and closing deals. Conduct professional assessment and verification for skills, experience, availability, compensation, willingness to travel/relocate and overall suitability for the position. Work on technical requirements and conduct primary sourcing and requirement-specific technical screenings. Sample job orders worked on: SAP, JAVA, C++, .NET, CRM, SQL, PL/SQL, Cisco, SharePoint, Data Warehouse Architecture, Solutions Engineering, Network Engineering, Software Engineering, etc. Work on non-technical job orders such as Project Management, Business Development Management, Technical Writing, and Business Analysis. Thorough knowledge of recruiting process from sourcing to recruiting for different employment types including W2, Corp-to-Corp, 1099 for U.S. Citizens, GC, H1-B, TN-1, and EAD holders. Hands-on experience with Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) including Bullhorn, JobDiva. Prepare submittal documents for each shortlisted candidate and schedule interviews. Communicate with candidates throughout the hiring process. Maintain daily and - more...
Management is not very employee friendly or very supportive. No effort is taken to create a bond between employee and management. All requests are declined on the face. HR & Training department not very efficient.
Pick-n-Drop; Salary good as per the market rate, specially for freshers.
Night Shift, No transition to day shift, Salary deduction on sick leaves.
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