Ik heb een voltijdbaan gehad bij The Chemistry Group
- There were once some nice people
- Lunches (though only on Mondays)
If you are serious about pursuing a job in Industrial/Organizational Psychology please know that nothing about this business model is scientifically sound, nor based upon any rigorous research. The "IP" was drawn up by an individual with no credentials. Though there was once a great group of scientists in the business who were trying their hardest to validate this model, the work was being done as an afterthought. It’s not possible, even for the most skilled practitioner, to validate a framework in reverse.
If the fallacy of their product is not bad enough, their capacity as a business adds insult to injury:
- Financial ability and operational knowledge is zero to none, profit and loss is hardly monitored, and frivolous spending is bread & butter for this company (for example, in a period when the company was going through extreme financial difficulty the CEO went on a lavish “sales” trip around the US, on company money, and came back with no leads).
- In 2017 three pay checks were missed, and although people did finally get paid it was after a seriously long and embarrassing delay.
- Managers are incompetent and micromanage their employees.
- Leadership readily lie to employees about the state of the business.
- The culture is that of a cult, and your performance is often based by how much you are liked, as opposed to how well you perform.
- If this is still not enough, you will likely be paid below market standard for your role (that is, if you get paid at all.)
- Beware also of fake reviews and coercion – it’s common practice for management to write fake Glassdoor reviews and appeal to employees to do the same.