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“If you take this job, you'll regret it...if you sign a contract for services you'll regret it even more ”
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I have been working at Global Resources full-time (more than a year)Pros
None...any positive review is an abject LIE...the "Analyst" does high pressure sales and never talks to the person after they leave by design. You will travel Sunday night through Friday evening or Saturday, AND, YOU WILL PAY FOR IT AND NEVER BE REIMBURSED PROPERLY. They hope they get contracts signed and get has-been consultant in place for as long as possible until you figure you that its a scam.Cons
You won't be trained. Instead, you're taught to berate clients, bash them emotionally and use the advantage to sell $15,000 - !7,000 services and $295-355 per hour consulting services...all within 1 or 2 days of meeting them. They insist that consultants come the next day. Who charges $295-355 per hour to LEARN what you do and give an answer of of a box.
They gather 20-25 people, teach them high pressure sales techniques (one week total training) and many leave during the course of the week. There is no "analysis" of the business. Its a preset script to guide the business owner into signing a contract without realizing that the whole idea is to get $295-355 per hour consultants in the door whom end up giving everyone the same cookie-cutter booklets.
Almost every prior client gets called again repeatedly because Global now knows that they are having trouble, will try anything out of desperation, have tax issues that won't be solved, etc.
The tax illustrations are lofty "pie in the sky" that every prior client admits is too troublesome or expensive to implement.
Many clients find the real scam stories and back out---smartest thing they can do. Others slam the door in their face and others get pushed to a point of having to threaten calling police for removal of the sales person.
If you have an appointment with them, ask the person to provide credentials or testimonials...they won't have any PERSONAL testimonials. They will only have videos of a few people. The problems pointed out could apply to almost anyone anywhere. Look up what a Business Analyst actually does...this is the worst sales scam you will ever encounter. They company changes names repeatedly and doesn't pay what it owes. Many of the Project Managers and Consultants seem like they just left AA meetings.
It is likely the analyst stayed in the airport overnight, stayed in a roach motel or if brand new...they don't have a clue about running a business---they'll repeat what they're told to say---always applying pressure.
Ask them why they are paid on commission...ask them why you have to make a $20-80,000 decision in one day.
If you're thinking about working here...be prepared to spend YOUR money and not get reimbursed a few thousand dollars per month.Advice to ManagementAdvice
You should be ashamed of how you intentionally scam businesses and cheat empoyeesDoesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO