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Business Development Analyst at GL Advisor in Waltham, MA

GL Advisor Waltham, MA +2 locations

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    Toxic culture/bankrupt management

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    Former Employee - Advisor  in  Waltham, MA
    Former Employee - Advisor in Waltham, MA

    I worked at GL Advisor full-time for more than a year


    Creative approach to investing. Low cost offerings for investors and doctors. Hard working Filipino team willing to put up with insanity and do anything they can to help customers.


    Horrible culture. Clients and employees are afterthoughts (at best). CEO is a parody of all that is bad about CEOs - focused on money, must always be right, bombastic when challenged or even questioned, false promises and wide spread pay cuts, bends the truth to suit his needs, treats people as disposable, expects everyone else to have zero home life and literally sleep in the office, absolutely no idea how to successfully implement any of his "brilliant" ideas. And the rest of the leadership team is either unwilling or unable to check him so he runs amok and dominates the entire landscape. The sales leadership are the worst kind of yes men. There is no CFO, so who knows what is happening with the finances. If it weren't so sad it would be comical.

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    Where to begin . . . the company desperately needs competent, professional management (no phone throwing or 2-year old temper tantrums!). Cut dead weight. It is obvious who can sell and add value and who can't on the leadership team. Until the company cares about its clients/customers and employees it will continue to hemorrhage money and talent. Perhaps just fire everybody and start a hedge fund where you don't have to actually interact with people?

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