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9 days ago

Director, Sales Operations

Novotus Charlotte, NC

The Director, Sales Operations is responsible for coordinating sales forecasting, planning, and budgeting processes used within the sales… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Technical Recruiter

Novotus Charlotte, NC

We are looking to grow our Talent Acquisition team and continue execution for a premier client who has a global presence developing sophisticated… Glassdoor

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    Stressful Work Environment full of Micro-Managers with very HIGH turnover

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    Current Employee - Recruiter  in  Austin, TX
    Current Employee - Recruiter in Austin, TX

    I have been working at Novotus full-time for more than a year


    They only pros happen until you figure out no one on the management team is very nice. They seem great at first, but then when the masks come off you really see the ugliness. They really try to dress up the culture and it is truly putting lipstick on a pig.


    No one is treated the same. There are many, many VP's and Directors. The same people get promoted over and over and over again. There is no room for advancement unless you happen to be one of these constantly promoted micro-managing, two-faced, backstabbing "executives". Another added bonus is you get to work with the owner's children. And when you finally do decide Novotus is not the place for you and move on, you are harassed about a non-compete. Really? It would be nice if we could just move on and not be threatened because we find better paying jobs with companies who are not run by narcissists.

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    Making people afraid is NOT management. Stop threatening ex employees with your stupid non-compete. We just want to peacefully move along.

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