There's a good chance to progress with your career even if you don't have academic credentials, benefits for your everyday employee are fairly good, the team spirit is good.
Independent ideas is discouraged, in a way it's like being in school. You will not go far if you're not ready to suck up. Only certain type of people are encouraged.
A diverse workplace atmosphere. People are very committed, and given a lot of freedom. This results in a very positive working environment. They even have a great CSR program. Work with medical people can often be stressful and demanding, but not so with International SOS, and the company goes out of its way to ensure employees are cared for and respected.
HR and recruitment policies still need some work, and the teams are not very clear about job responsibilities during the interview process. Benefits could be better. And work hours are often stretched, but that is normal in this industry.
Excellent care and concern shown for employees in a high stress industry.
Work enviroment is forward looking and positive with an eye on expansion and growth, and the company is prepared to take risks to achieve this It's great to work for an organisation where your job is to work for the health and benefit of others. My coworkers are brilliant The day to day job is interesting and I never get bored as there's always something different to do The office is based on a great site in London Because it's an international company there are possiiblities to travel abroad as well
Processes and procedures have been put under great strain during the period of expansion the company has had and the company systems just not keeping up with the pace of growth Also I feel the organisation could recognise their staff more – because they really have some pretty amazing people working for them
Making a difference to the health of the world
Fair pay shouldn't be a benefit!
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