Catalyst Repository Systems

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Catalyst Repository Systems CEO John Tredennick
John Tredennick
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    Current Employee - Staff  in  Denver, CO
    Current Employee - Staff in Denver, CO

    I have been working at Catalyst Repository Systems full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    It is the staff here that makes employment worthwhile. Collaboration and solid working relationships abound. Some departments have interesting work and learning opportunities. There is a good work-from-home program, employees are paid bonuses, vacation time is fair and the health benefits are very good. The CEO has great aspirations and enthusiasm for what he wants to do with the company.

    Cons

    What is shared externally about the company is very different than the reality of the experience internally (an example in the review "Standout Company with Great Technology and People In Crowded Industry”). The lack of cohesion at the senior level is evident. Improvements in the work environment are difficult to get approved and are sometimes paid out of the pockets of the staff. When there is a failure in a process, some senior managers want to identify the "who" that is responsible. An anonymous suggestion process rarely ever yields any positive action or follow-up. Some managers that have been here for some time appear tired and lack enthusiasm.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Your employees have been here long enough to recognize that the talk of about company greatness does not match up against the business indicators. Stop talking about how good things are. You need to drop the titles and work together as a unified group. Decide what the company is to be and take action on that. Expect more from yourselves in leadership, and in turn expect more from your staff. Stop looking for blame and examine the decisions (or lack of) that allow issues to manifest. Look for ways to reward based on measurable results.

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