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30+ days ago

Linguist Liaison - Translation Vendor Management

Morningside Translations San Francisco, CA

• Assist with PMs and sales representatives to establish project parameters (i.e., feasibility, rates, specifications, timeline) • Serves as the… Morningside Translations

30+ days ago

Project Manager

Morningside Translations San Francisco, CA

, including answering translator queries, training translators and reviewers on linguistic concepts, assigning projects to reviewers, communicating… Morningside Translations

30+ days ago

Business Development Manager

Morningside Translations San Francisco, CA

• Developing a thorough understanding of Morningside’s products and services, and effectively communicating these offerings to potential clients… Morningside Translations

30+ days ago

Project Coordinator

Morningside Translations San Francisco, CA

Morningside is seeking a bright, entry-level professional to enter the company as a Project Coordinator. This role provides an exciting opportunity… Morningside Translations

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    Good co-workers but a toxic environment

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    I worked at Morningside Translations full-time


    There are some really positive cultural aspects to working at Morningside--your coworkers are in the main young, smart, and motivated to achieve. The company tends to be generous in work-life initiatives (open bar happy hours, the Color Run, etc)...perhaps to compensate for their highly stingy vacation policy.


    You are generally expected to be at your desk all day, every day. No one really takes lunch, and there is really no possibility of teleworking. CEO seems to believe half the battle is showing up--I received emails during Hurricane Sandy that employees should get to work even if it took 3 hours each way. Really? We're not dismantling the atomic bomb, maybe be a bit more flexible in regard to time commitment. Moreover, there is no real HR department. The one employee who oversees HR has a desk in the middle of an open floor plan, so there is no chance to have a private conversation about anything. Even so, her answer is always just to call the benefits coordinator. Not helpful. Working for a small company has its pros, but there is a definite lack of structure here. There is never direct and clear communication about ANYTHING--nor is there any rhyme or reason to compensation and promotion. You need to make your own professional growth a priority, because there is no guarantee that those above you will. One final note--as other reviews have noted, the CEO seems mentally unstable. He has tantrums in the office, openly slanders his employees, sends menacing and/or offensive emails, and then talks about how amazing his leadership is. I needed to get out.

    Advice to Management

    Buy out the CEO. Create a structure for advancement through the company. Get a real HR department with a private office.

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