Shipnet Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Shipnet is an Integrated Software Solution for the Maritime Industry which includes transform data into real-world intelligence thereby unlocking operational and cash performance in a safe and secure manner. The application suite is unique in being a “One Connected Maritime Platform” ERP suite. By addressing all aspects of a maritime transaction, Shipnet is able to ensure that information passes through the system quickly and effectively.
A Current Accounts Payable Controller listed some of the cons about working at Shipnet ina review for INDEED: - Lacking in work/life balance, always expected to be on call - Lack of direction from management - Poor leadership skills - Good pay/rewards - Lovely working premises - Was this review helpful?
Accounts Payable Controller (Current Employee) says"Lacking in work/life balance, always expected to be on call"
Current Employee - Senior Consultant says"I have been working at ShipNet full-time for more than 5 years Cons: Total chaos in management, marketing and product"
Current Employee - Senior Consultant says"I have been working at ShipNet full-time for more than 8 years Cons: No CEO, no COO , all employees seeking alternative jobs to leave ASAP"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at ShipNet full-time Cons: ShipNet will probably close down soon or get merged with one of the other groups. Terrible culture, constantly lying to clients and employers, top management threatening and abusive to employed, top management taking advantage financially of the company overspending money and expense it back to the company, no career path, the program team in Oslo is old and all wait to be retired so no one wants to work. Terrible experience and if anyone come across to you for hiring, which is impossible as the company will not survive, skip this one. Terrible and unethical place to work."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at ShipNet full-time Cons: Shipnet is owned by a Venture Capital company called Volaris, As a result Money is the core business. Anything that stands in the way will be sacrificed; employees and customers alike. The sad thing is that this greed is primarily driven by the personal bonuses of key managers. Shipnet management sets 'cloud cuckoo land' targets based on exuberant navel-gazing and a desire to please the owners. (The owners don't have a clue about the nature of the Maritime business). Employees are relentlessly chased to reach - often impossible- targets and are and chastised for for not making the targets. The good thing is that as an employee you can predict when you will get fired. Customers get wooed with silken promises only to be screwed later. Ethics have gone out of the window. The CEO acts like a paranoid Roman emperor and surrounds himself with obedient cronies. Anyone who voices opposition can be assured of either a swift exit, or a work environment that is so bad, that leaving is the only sensible choice. Like any paranoid Roman Emperor, those who leave are treated as traitors and being disloyal. Many employees pray for the day when this autocratic nano-manager will get fired. Unfortunately for the poor staff, the CEO fits right in the culture of the owners, so I am afraid that his future at Shipnet is quite bright."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I have been working at ShipNet full-time for less than a year Cons: Poisoned environment, management unable to manage people, the CEO is acting like Gargamel! The poor man has delirium of omnipotence , lacking in management skills of people he focuses on doing micromanagement! A truly dishonest and evil person. Please stay away from this company they fire people very often with no reason!"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at ShipNet full-time Cons: Every year lay off will happen before appraisal month."
says"I worked at ShipNet Cons: no permanent goal. sr management change almost every year."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at ShipNet full-time Cons: Last 2 years there are continually sending its employees out as layoff, Even good developers are send out in this process. Looks like everyone will leave the company and soon they will close it."
Current Employee - Business Support Systems Analyst says"I have been working at ShipNet full-time for more than a year Cons: Pathetic work to employees ratio management.Unprofessional attitude of employees"
says"I worked at ShipNet Cons: No hike for last 3 years. Managers just delegates work that's all. Only developers expected to work a lot. Doesn't care much about employees. HR never care about employees after the recruitment."
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