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24 English questions out of 24

22 June 2022

How was the interview at Dynamic Resources?

Pros

* Great team (you'll work with amazing people); * Amazing clients (you'll be in contact with great brands and will deal with very nice clients, some of them are the dream brands of every person in this kind of business); * Nice office (the installations are quite comfortable and the office has a very nice design).

Cons

* Bad Management (The managers doesn't know how to develop the team to their full potential and the directors are very messy. Some are very rude and has no idea on how to treat or deal with their employees); * Low salary (They always hire people with a low salary, even if they have a very good amount of experience); * Lack of development (They do not train in properly into the roll and most of the times expect you to know something even if you have never do it in your life before. And also are not willing to show you how is done. There are no incentives to learn inside the company). * Lack of opportunity (This company doesn't give much opportunity to their team. There is not much space to grow although that's what's they sell during your interview.) * Huge turn over (Hard to find someone that is working in the company for over a year. Most people stay just for a few months, making hard to create and develop skills or even rely on your co workers. Every month you have one or two people handing their notices).

Advice to Management

* Start leading the staff. Your team should work with you and not just for you. People should find pleasant to work with the managers and the directors. They should feel comfortable and safe to speak with their leaders and that's not what happens there. * Create culture. Implement programs to bring the staff together, to make them want to learn more, make them want to create more and actually put in place something that it's beneficial not only for the company but also to them. * Recognition should be better explored. A company is build by people and management in this company has trouble on that department. Lack of recognition and opportunities is what makes so this company have such a high turnover.

There is not much space to grow although that's what's they sell during your interview.)

22 June 2022

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6 December 2020

What are co-workers like at Dynamic Resources?

Pros

Great client and contractors to work with

Cons

- Do not expect too much support with anything - Professional communication with line manager or the head of the office does not exist - Good people are being taken advantage of - Sometimes you don’t get paid on-time - Pandemic has been using as an excuse to pay you part-time but still making you work overtime - Senior management are selfish and careless with employee’s mentality and health - Lack of trust - Terrible micro-management

Advice to Management

Read above

Good people are being taken advantage of

6 December 2020

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26 August 2022

Does Dynamic Resources offer a quarterly bonus?

Pros

Great environment, Quarterly Bonuses, Trips

Cons

Low Salary for high volume work

Great environment, Quarterly Bonuses, Trips

26 August 2022

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31 August 2022

What is the salary like at Dynamic Resources?

Pros

good nights out, good location

Cons

bad culture, bad pay, no craic

bad culture, bad pay, no craic

31 August 2022

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4 February 2022

What are other benefits and incentives like at Dynamic Resources?

Pros

Pros - casual dress code

Cons

High level of staff turnover, across 4 years at least 15 employees left out of approx. 20 people. Directors drain company reserves at the end of each year (evidenced by the accounts on Companies House) so come each January the business struggles to pay suppliers ruining existing relationships with contractor network Lack of flexibility when it comes to working arrangements during COVID-19 pandemic, working in the office encouraged during pandemic even though it was not necessary. The office itself only has windows in the Director's office and one meeting room so ventilation was always an issue No reward or recognition scheme, staff encouraged to achieve KPIs on the premise they would receive a bonus, but this didn't necessarily materialise Poor staff morale and company culture due to attitude and behaviour of senior management who severely lack any management or leadership skills Working hours include out of hours, across nights and on weekends with no time in lieu or overtime pay meaning there is no work life balance. Even getting holiday time approved was a challenge. Pay way below industry average

Advice to Management

Directors - strategic change required judging by company's declining performance year on year Senior Management - take a course in management or develop your leadership/interpersonal skills to improve the company culture otherwise the continuous churn off staff will continue

Pay way below industry average

4 February 2022

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