Be Careful Of Peak Performancec Learning Solutions, Mumbai - CiteHR
Mukesh Tank
Company Secretary
Antony.prakash01
Jack Of All Trades
Bobmathews
Communication And Soft Skills Consultant
Gargik
Hr, Trainer
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This update is for all Soft Skills and Corporate Trainers who have worked with Rajesh Iyer of Peak Performance Learning Solutions, Mumbai and also for those who may become his victims in the near future.
I have been conducting Programs at Syntel, Pune on behalf of Peak Performance since 2009 and had last conducted a two day session in Oct 2010. He has not settled my dues for the past five months.
In fact I have repeatedly called Mr. Iyer for the past five months but he doesn't answer my calls. It is obvious that he is deliberately avoiding to make payment.

It is good that you brought this to the notice of fellow members. You can also post this piece of information on different threads where soft skills/corporate trainers have commented regarding freelance/full time assignments. It will be good to alert them.
I guess it is done by many a vendor. I had a similar experience with SEED infotech, Pune. ( I conducted a PMP training Program at Piaggio,India. It was 4 days program. I did not get a single paise as payment, saying that the client has not paid them !).
Hi Friends,
Please make a practice to take at least 50% advance. I have faced this problem when I was into practice. Due to mounting receivable I have shut my practice and was forced to take job.
Regards
CS Mukesh Tank

After I posted my message on this Forum, I received a call from Mr. Iyer.What followed was a never ending sob story( Clients have not paid , illness in the family, one of his Trainers has let him down resulting in loss of business, etc.) but no commitment about when the payment would be made.
To Get clients few firms go for trainings with no advance payment even if it is paid they do not reveal to all the freelancer
few of them are so bad that they do not care about the freelancers struggle ....
what i would suggest is that the trainers must accept 50% of the payment on the day of the trainng and the balances with in 30days. that should be made compulsory
it is my view and wish all take it positively...

Hi Bob
Honestly, I am pretty surprised after reading this. I myself have worked with Mr. Rajesh Iyer of Peak Performance and had no payment issues whatsoever.
I am not rying to be judgemental here....just putting my experience down...like you have put yours.
I have worked with a lot of training companies and none of them really agree on any upfront/advance payment. so i guess we have to just work on trust. The training companies also work on the same factor of trust and sign up with freelance trainers like ourselves.
all I am saying is let us not lose our trust completely on a person or a system completely on the basis of this one odd incident.
Best regards
Gargi Kumar

Hi,
Its is also the same with Aspire Human Capital Pvt Limited, They never pay their trainers on time and when the trainer requests for the payement the first thing is to find or to ensure the negative feedback. Though there is no negative feed back they will create a scene and will never pay the trainers.

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