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Christian Briggs
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    Not worth the headaches.

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    Former Employee - Graphic Designer in Dallas, TX
    Former Employee - Graphic Designer in Dallas, TX

    I worked at Cinsay full-time (less than an year)


    Many are offered the opportunity to work from home. Company provides all necessary implements to work from home. Hours are steady. Bosses are okay, but not the best.


    The challenges of working here. Hmm. Well, let's start with the fact that there is NO COMMUNICATION. I could get a call from one person asking for a specific thing, send it over, and then a call or email or Skype from another person, angry about the fact that they haven't received this specific thing yet - when, in fact, it was already sent. Layoffs - or RIFs, - are COMMON, very common. If you don't get in good with the bosses quickly, you'll lose your job within 6 months. People get fired and laid off constantly. There one day, gone the next. The pay is crap. I worked full-time and never even got my benefits until 6 months after I started, and a reduction in pay when they decided to make me salary. The customers are angry, they are not getting what they want, and the employees just wanna pass the buck of the angry customer off to someone else. Drama. Cinsay spends more than it makes, the CEO and his daughter are running that company into the ground. These customers sign up for this service and that service, and, a few weeks later, that service isn't being offered anymore, and the customers are still paying for it! There are more customers calling to cancel than there are to sign up. People don't win with Cinsay. The people, the people were great. I loved my coworkers, and then, without warning, without advance notice, without even a reason, we were all laid off with crap severance and BS excuses. It's a pathetic place to work. It's a start-up company relying on investors and sponsors to pay the bills, spending $1,000,000/month in SALARIES (that's absurd for a start-up company!) and running out of fuel.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get a board of directors so the CEO has to be held accountable for his spending, and quit letting his daughter run the company into the ground.

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