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Sales Manager

GES Corporation Las Vegas, NV

Responsible for securing Trade Show / exposition sales and services tailored exclusively to the trade show and event industry. Represents GES to Show… Percipio Media


30+ days ago

Senior R&D Manager

GES Chicago, IL

* Position is responsible for bringing poultry product food service concepts to commercialization and mass production. * Will work with suppliers and… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

Senior Food Technologist

GES Chicago, IL

* Position is responsible for bringing poultry product food service concepts to commercialization and mass production. * Will work with suppliers and… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

Senior Account Manager - Audio Visual Services

GES Corporation Las Vegas, NV

Innovation. Engagement. Create. GES, Global Experience Specialists, is a global event marketing company with over 75 years and 3,000 passionate… Percipio Media


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    Great people with design department that will make you scratch your head

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    Current Employee - Designer
    Current Employee - Designer

    I have been working at Global Experience Specialists full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    Managed to attract terrific hard working people in sales and operations roles throughout company. There are many gems carrying the duds. This is evident throughout.

    Cons

    Peter's principal runs rampant here. Design managers are incapable and unwilling to weed out the dead weight and set current expectations for work [and by that I mean question the status-quo with regards to deliverables] . Work product varies from designer to designer like kale to bacon-wrapped scallops. The kicker is, those bacon-wrapped scallops are likely getting paid less.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get your department in line by introducing management-minded design personnel and reduce the amount of Executive design positions [ridiculous since we know you are all buddies, so stop promoting each other]. While you're at it maybe take a look at the breakdown in the women:men ratio as pertains to the design department especially. Every once in a while, fire the people that are dead weight. What an idea.

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