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Communications Specialist

Synergy Enterprises, Inc. Silver Spring, MD

• Assist in the creation of complex creative material including but not limited to product brochures, point of… Glassdoor

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Assistant Editor

Synergy Enterprises, Inc. Silver Spring, MD

There are three major areas of responsibility for the assistant editor position: (1) to… Glassdoor

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Billing Assistant

Synergy Enterprises, Inc. Silver Spring, MD

To perform monthly billings and assist with contract/subcontract administration for commercial… Glassdoor

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    Worst employment experience of my long, previously successful working career

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    Former Employee - Logistics Coordinator in Silver Spring, MD
    Former Employee - Logistics Coordinator in Silver Spring, MD

    I worked at Synergy Enterprises, Inc. full-time (more than 3 years)


    Mostly good people work there. There are a few true professionals I would find it good to work with in another setting.


    I worked at Synergy Enterprises for more than three years. Everything stated by another employee is true. In addition, management turns a blind eye to years of unethical and unfair treatment by upper level management employees - in some instances, flagrantly, and to the point of abuse, unless and until the client complains. Similarly, frequent "gaffs"by less-than-sharp mid to upper level "professionals" are ignored forever if the client "likes" that employee.

    Most salaries are low to begin with, and are sometimes cut arbitrarily, and without explanation (though likely, to give someone a bonus or raise), though these individuals are not fired! Cultural bias is applied subtly, but is obvious nonetheless.

    The company opted out of the federal inclement weather policy a few years ago. This means no early releases even when the Federal government closes early, based on reports of worsening road conditions. SEI employees are charged leave for the resultant public transit delays and time needed to dig out cars. Of course the 2% of SEI employees paid the most opt to work from home that day, and don't lose leave or pay. This means 98% of the staff is penalized for showing up to work 16 minutes after the regular start time, and must still work without supervision.

    Supervisors nominate employees for bonuses. Consistently, workers are singled out for recognition and bonuses based on a supervisor's personal preference for an individual, rather than a fair assessment of the initiative and performance of all employees under that supervisor. Once the preferred employee has been rewarded, no other nominations are submitted in future award periods.

    Recently, the company changed health insurance carriers for the third time in as many years. The current policy carries a $2,500 deductible (a catastrophic level deductible that is tantamount to no coverage for most people) and high co-pays which still result charges, even for office visits. I can only guess what the owner will do under the Affordable Care Act in 2015, when businesses will finally be covered.

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    What comes around goes around. You can be fair TO EVERYONE, do the right thing and still make a profit, or let this all catch up with you.

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