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Gustavo Marquez
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    Former Employee - Sales Assistant in San Jose, CA
    Former Employee - Sales Assistant in San Jose, CA
    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Marquez Brothers International full-time (More than a year)


    - Did work with some good people, some who I still keep in touch with every day - Short commute from home, so that was nice - There was a sweet breakfast burrito place that came by on Wednesdays - Made me realize, no matter how much a job I would have in the future sucked, it wouldn't be this bad


    Where to start... - First the obvious; pay so poor, you would think they were hiring someone with a GED. Maybe. - Salespeople were mockingly referred to as "Order Takers" by Purchaser. For most part, he was right (that guy is long-gone too) - Ridiculously rigid work environment; had to wear tie, even though pay was terrible and I never saw any outside people - Absolutely no flexibility for work hours. Had to be in office at 8:30 and couldn't leave until 5:30, even though my job in reality entailed stuff a monkey could do (and that monkey would be smarter than a lot of people that were there, especially upper management). So basically, I would work maybe two hours and surf the web the other six. Which led to... - Spying on you at work. Management would spy on how often we were on the internet, and my name came up all the time, because you know, nothing to do - Lunch policy - toward the end of my time there, we were required to sign up for a lunch hour - either we took lunch at 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM or 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM. They absolutely did not want an empty office, I guess because they thought someone would steal the food from the warehouse or something - Upper management couldn't care less about their workers - there was no incentive to do any good work - Absolutely no chance for advancement, unless your last name was Marquez, or you married into the family. They talk about family atmosphere, but the only family I can now think of that resembling would be that or Ariel Castro - I could go on, but if you don't get the point by now, then congratulations! You would be perfect for this company!

    Advice to Management

    Ease up on everyone if you haven't already. This isn't the Marines or Wall Street. Your a foodstuff company, get over yourself.

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