Ocean Tomo – San Francisco, CA
* Work with the Director of Sales to develop specific sales plan incorporating the SF MDs and Directors * Identify potential clients for the SF… Beyond.com
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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Ocean TomoPros
High expectations for quality of work product.Cons
Long hours, poor communication, lack of leadership, negative environment, limited training and team collaboration, endless hours performing "mindless" work (example: searching for specific information from boxes and boxes of documents), limited engagement, very isolated environment.Advice to ManagementAdvice
The company may advertise family values (listed below), but its senior managers should act more to demonstrate these values on an every-day basis.
"We value quality, integrity and honesty.
Ocean Tomo is a united family - we work together to help each other.
We are responsible to our investors, our management partners and employees, and ourselves. We do not stray from our investment thesis or our values.
Every activity in which we participate should yield a return through goodwill or new direct or indirect opportunities.
We are respectful of the firm's heritage to which we are custodian - every person we meet should be impressed by our professionalism and values.
Criticism must be constructive; family criticism must be private.
Time is our most valued commodity - any potential client we meet or transaction we consider should be of high quality and relevant to our Mission and investment thesis.
Under-promise and over-deliver; aim high but don't overstate.
We work hard in a smart and efficient way remembering the importance of balance in our life.
Our effort is 110% - anticipate your expected contribution and then outperform."Doesn't Recommend