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Ted Elliott
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    Mismanaged and unprofessional

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    I worked at Jobscience full-time

    Pros

    If you like a "start-up environment" then this is the place for you. It's been a "start-up" for 15 years and hasn't changed much.

    Cons

    -Compensation is drastically uneven across the company. It's been said that the only way to get an increase is to show an offer letter from another employer -Leadership and promotions are based on "who's left" after the constant departures of staff -Meetings are unprofessional and have been downright hostile at times -the few long term employees (over 3 years tenure) are not valued and in most cases valued less than newly hired staff -the company never does annual reviews or disciplinary actions -CEO and COO are father/son and that often leads to an imbalance of power -favoritism is rampant -there are a lot of "plans" but nothing is ever executed -The company continues to chug along, but never really gains any momentum in an industry that is booming

    Advice to Management

    Where to begin? Management at Jobscience would best be described as an "Emperor in New Clothes" Much like the classic tale where the Emperor surrounds himself with those who are in fear of disappointing him or appearing less than knowledgeable, the results are fruitless.


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