Logicom Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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The Logicom Group is an international Group of Companies listed on the Main Market of the Cyprus Stock Exchange. Established in 1987, the group currently employs more than 800 professionals and serves more than 8,000 customers through its fully-owned subsidiary companies in Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Germany, ​Romania, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Jordan, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar and Oman – with a sales office in Malta.

"Yet another big corporation with no respect for its employees" says a Logicom former employee on Glassdoor on April 30, 2019:


High employ turnover because: No professional growth. No salary increase. No benefits. No meritocracy. No company culture. Poor management.

If you want to be called the biggest IT group in Cyprus, you should start acting accordingly towards your employees. Stop caring only about profits and start caring for your employees."


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Current Employee - Technical Services Engineer says

"High employ turnover because: No professional growth. No salary increase. No benefits. No meritocracy. No company culture. Poor management."

Current Employee - Support Team says

"No Growth Plan, You will work on the same salary for years. No appraisal process, no vision, no systems."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Unmanaged, Roles and Responsibility unclear"


"not professional at all, there is no system for anything, very unorganized"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Lack of Quality Management, Not at Industry Standards Employment Package, Minimal Internal Communication, Meritocracy at question."

Country Manager says

"Unplanned growth stands as one of the major cons, the inability to provide value services on top of the products comes as a major inhibitor to profitability, the centralization f all decision locks potential business in the regions."

Product Manager says

"Slow environment, No defined Key Performance Indicators, No SMART targets, No training or defined on boarding process, lack of team work and team motivation, very slow in bonus payment"

Current Employee - Account Manager Ent Products says

"very centralized management and decision making, slow reaction, inflexible"


"Salaries and benefits are not attractive There is a plenty of politics Extremely low promotion opportunities for mid and mid-to-high level employees"