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30+ days ago

Temporary Content Assistant

Calendar Holdings LLC Austin, TX

in database to products to ensure accuracy. Edit spelling and grammar as needed. (10%) Support Content Manager as needed (15%) Retrieve products from… Glassdoor

22 days ago

Field Representative

Calendar Holdings LLC Austin, TX

· Recruit new operators and new employee managers as directed by Corporate Office. · Take store photos and fill out visit reports to be sent… Glassdoor

8 days ago

PC Support Technician

Calendar Holdings LLC Austin, TX

o Rack servers, Network switches, Virtualization Software, Power protection and distribution, Desktop PCs and peripherals, Monitoring network… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

AutoCAD Drafter

Calendar Holdings LLC Austin, TX

such as; Determine which malls to draw a layout and fixture image for. Malls to draw will be determined by either using a daily store scheduling… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Forklift Driver

Calendar Holdings LLC Austin, TX

Please apply in person at 6411 Burleson Road, or email your cover letter with salary requirements and resume to or fax to… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Associate Creative Director Digital/E-Commerce

Calendar Holdings LLC Austin, TX

The candidate will have the opportunity to define the internal creative processes and brand standards while broadening the current visual vocabulary… Glassdoor

10 days ago

Developer/Software Engineer

Calendar Holdings LLC Austin, TX

• Maintenance of existing PC applications • Design, development and test new applications as required • Interact with team members to understand… Glassdoor

24 days ago

Customer Service Team Lead

Calendar Holdings LLC Austin, TX

Here at, we bring together the latest Internet technology with the world's largest calendar inventory to create the Web's biggest and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Accounts Payable Associate

Calendar Holdings LLC Austin, TX

· Sort incoming mail and route invoices for approvals · Code and input invoices after approvals are obtained · Approve invoices for payment and… Glassdoor

8 days ago

Senior Accountant

Calendar Holdings LLC Austin, TX

Essential Functions: Enter fixed assets to FAS program for all companies. Record journal entries for depreciation for all companies into Sage… Glassdoor

Calendar Holdings Reviews

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Marc Winkelman
2 Ratings
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    Innovative and progressive? No. Old school and micromanaged? Yes.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Austin, TX
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Austin, TX

    I worked at Calendar Holdings full-time for more than a year


    First, the other reviews are from folks who work in the stores. I worked in the home office in Austin. If I have to think of a pro, it's that you probably won't get fired. There are people who couldn't get a job any place else, but have been at Calendar Holdings for 10+ years. Also, there are free giveaways of calendars, games, puzzles and books. That's kinda cool.


    Someone recently asked me about all the openings and I kept repeating, "you don't want to work there." Nice, upbeat people get beat down until they leave. Only the mean, crabby people stay. It's a very negative atmosphere where someone is always looking over your shoulder and complaining about you or someone else.

    There are lots of people who work hard, but at the end of the day, it seems like you're working harder, not smarter, as you don't have the tools and/or resources.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    First of all, quit micromanaging. Trust your folks to make decisions. That's why you hired them. There's no reason why a CEO should have to approve all 1,000 store leases, especially when you have a VP of real estate. Second, get rid of seasonal hours. Your folks are already working 40+ hours off season, don't add to it. People shouldn't have to stay late, without extra pay, just because it's season. Third, bring back the fun, like CalOlympics and fun days. You beat us down and then take away the stuff that keeps us motivated. Sigh.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO