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12 days ago

Team Lead- Learning and Development

EtQ, Inc. Farmingdale, NY

EtQ is a company, a technology and a vision. EtQ invests in its people, its processes and its products. Building your career at EtQ means more than… CareerBuilder


12 days ago

Accounting Coordinator

EtQ, Inc. Farmingdale, NY

EtQ is a company, a technology and a vision. EtQ invests in its people, its processes and its products. Building your career at EtQ means more than… Glassdoor


2 days ago

IT Administrator-Tucson, AZ – new

EtQ, Inc. Tucson, AZ

• Maintain detailed records of Client's configuration by updating EtQ's Asset application with the right Data. • OS and Software updates and Patches… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Receptionist/Accounting Clerk

EtQ, Inc. Farmingdale, NY

EtQ is a company, a technology and a vision. EtQ invests in its people, its processes and its products. Building your career at EtQ means more than… Glassdoor


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  1. 4 people found this helpful  

    Most people were great but the sudden termination of my career left a bitter taste in my mouth.

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    Former Employee - Technical Implementation Consultant in Farmingdale, NY
    Former Employee - Technical Implementation Consultant in Farmingdale, NY

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

    Pros

    Great people who were always friendly and willing to help. The work was interesting, the pay was great, and there always seemed to be free food some where.

    Cons

    While the work was intersting, there wasn't much of it so there were a lot of slow days. But the worst part was my sudden termination. I was called into a meeting by my manager, who was not even in the office. I met with HR in a conference room and my manager let me go over the phone. No warnings were ever given prior to this meeting. I was never put on any sort of corrective action, and when asked, no specfic details were given as to the reason behind this decision, which tends to make me believe it wasn't his decision, but rather someone in upper management. This happened on a Monday, and I wasn't even allowed to finish the week. It was a huge slap in the face by people I was starting to trust. My warning for anyone considering working for this company, be prepared for your job to end any day without reason or notice, as this was what happened to me. Maybe this is something they will change, but right now, it left me extremely dissatisfied with this company.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If you're planning on terminating someone's career, have the decency to let them know that their job is in jeopardy so that they have the chance to improve. And, if you ultimately reach the decision to end their career, be professional enough to do it in person, instead of waiting until you're out of the office so you can hide behind the phone. Also, letting them finish out the week, or waiting until a Friday might have been a nice thing to do as well.

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