International Elevator & Equipment, Inc.
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About the company

  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    P1 billion to P5 billion
  • Industry
    Construction, Repair & Maintenance Services
  • Headquarters
  • Link
    International Elevator & Equipment, Inc. website
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Rating is calculated based on 54 reviews and is evolving.



Project Engineer in Manila
on June 1, 2022
Good Company but Stressful Environment
Pay is not high but benefits is good, many bonuses. Engineer is overwork, given many projects at once. Site personnel are forced to pay for site needs but it is reimbursed afterwards. Sometimes it takes too long to get your reimbursement.
Office Staff in Alabang
on March 16, 2022
Enjoy and Happy to be a part of IEE
The good thingsThe IEE gives good compensation and benefit to employees.It provides great work experience as I'm not just working for a position given to me. I learn even out of my shell.The good things
Office Staff in Alabang
on March 7, 2022
Productive and good company
The good thingsThere will be a lot of training and seminars the company will provide in order for you to excel in the position. They are also generous in providing the benefits you need as their employee.
Testing and Commissioning Engineer in Cebu City
on March 3, 2022
Everyone is approachable, if you're struggling you can call anyone for help
Good team dynamics, the installation team is a one big family that helps and supports each other. Very good for starters especially if you want to be technically inclined.
HR Assistant in Muntinlupa
on January 30, 2022
Not so happy working here anymore
The company has been in the industry since 1969, but the key people are pretty new. As the company tagline says, it may sound good, “Changes for the Better.” However, it seems that most of the procedures that are currently in place and already considered best practices are not followed. It appears that they are not studying the process or do not have an idea how to do things here. It seems reasonable that there is a “new management,” but in this case, not all new are considered the best. They say that they tried to streamline the hiring process but still won’t hire quality candidates at the earliest time. As a result, most seasoned employees resign because of the ineffective strategies of HRD and the current management. We employ new supervisors, assistant managers, and managers trained by seasoned rank and file employees.

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