John Clements Consultants, Inc. Job Security & Advancement reviews
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Sent an initial offer and then a few days after signing recruiter asked to send back signed offer for changes -- which is honestly a really big TURN OFF when you've ready verbal offered a candidate and then asked them to sign the offer initially.Unclear benefits, deployment and employee management. HAS NO CLEAR Employee management and payroll management at all. Felt really stressed until the end of employment with them. Received no proper assistance from support executives.Clearly, values profit more than their employees. Many of their recruiters are unprofessional -- does not reply back on emails not unless heads/managers are CC'd in the emails.
Poor employee management
tiring day day but salary is less than life expenses good Hr departments..but i ddn't met them all thru my stay i am acompetitive, but my contract to tupperware san fernando will end on march 31 2020..so igot to apply for another job, they ddnt absorb me.
Too much micromanaging, yes we know that most of us working here are Millenials (young) but we can do our work on our own. Our own style, strategy, etc. Try listening to your staffs not just to the managers. Even the young ones can suggest good ideas for the benefit of the company. Also another comment: The restroom of the managers is separate from the "normal employees" of the company. There's no tissue and the trash can looks like it has been there for 40 years also. No hate just the truth :)
Benefits, Managers, Facilities
They give us trainings and seminars about management and career development.There were also lots of events made for the employees that the employees themselves organize. They also have an open door policy.
Advanced learning opportunities inside and outside of the company
Favoritism, compensation & benefits, more responsibilities but no promotion.
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One of the good part about work/company is you work with different nationalities. You learn new culture, religion and moreover enhance learning while working with different nationalities. Training's are provided to upgrade skills. Learned how to play Golf.
A good training ground as there are a lot of training programs. You get to be exposed to different clients and industries. However, benefit package is very low and employees are overworked.
training and learning & development
low benefit package and too much workload
The company is a good training ground for graduates who want to pursue recruitment. JCCI provides a lot of trainings. The only concerns that I have are the following: 1. Compensation and benefits 2. Upper management (micromanaging) 3. Growth (in some divisions/departments) 4. Policies (there should be a review on the policies, and strict implementation of the revised policies)
compensation and benefits; micromanagement
Management provides lots of opportunities for their employees to learn through offering masteral courses tied in with different institutions. Employees are given the right to give in their ideas and are given opportunities to be heard by their superiors.
I learned a lot from this company. Bosses are considerate. They can still improve their salary scheme. There allow there people to grow professionally through trainings. Overall, my experience was good.
Personal Workspace is provided and conducive.
It really depends on what company are you going to be assigned. In my experience, sometimes you will feel alone or like "saling kit kit" in a team if you are the only one who is an external.
Paid Overtime, starting salary is basically high compared to other entry level positions
You are not included in any event of the company you are assigned to.
John Clements is very known for its competitive and creative employees. They have a highly professional work environment that motivates critical thinking and competitiveness. Employees treat each other very professionally and encourages feedback for advancement.
not enough work life balance