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Geri Fratello
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    Don't believe the good reviews

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    I have been working at Marketing Instincts full-time

    Pros

    Large clients look good on a resume. If you last past the first few days, the paychecks are steady. The management are making an attempt at changing their ways so do you best and stick with it...at the very least you can pad your resume with the large clients. Use them as much as they are using you!

    Cons

    Abuse of California labor laws happen everyday. Lunches aren't granted within 6 hours of a workday, breaks are not given, employees are worked as salary for non-salary positions, overtime pay or time compensation is not given for the salaried employees (as required by law). The yelling doesn't happen very often as some reviewers have stated, but most employees are made to feel stupid by the owners and the two managers are unprofessional and rude. The good reviews here are obviously the management and their relatives posting...silly, actually, because anyone who works here will know the truth immediately.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Start obeying the labor laws. That's the biggie. Second to that, hire a production manager, one who is actually trained as a manager...the two employees that are 'in-charge' have no managerial experience and are the main reasons the company is losing good employees. A production manager will handle the massive disorganization, increase productivity and reduce stress. Also, trust the people you hire to know their jobs. Stop micro-managing areas you have no expertise, knowledge or experience in. Hire a manager for the warehouse and treat your warehouse people with more respect. Finally, take a managerial class or at least read a book about the habits of good managers, because you're doing the exact opposite. This company exists on the backs of a few hard-working employees...lose them and your company is sunk.

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