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28 days ago

Desktop Support Specialist

Tech-Observer Redwood City, CA

Troubleshoot multiple platforms: Macintosh, Windows, cellular devices and PDAs Provide level 1 phone support Provide first level support for… StartWire


30+ days ago

Deskside Support IT Analyst

Tech Observer San Francisco, CA

Essential Job Functions · Supports IT Service delivery to the corporate end user according to service level commitments, corporate policy, corporate… Tech Observer


30+ days ago

Recruiter

Tech Observer San Francisco, CA

2 slots - Sunnyvale, CA SiteSan Francisco, CA SiteAt least 5-7 years experience as TECHNICAL… Tech Observer


27 days ago

Salesforce Business Systems Analyst

Tech Observer Brisbane, CA

Reporting to the Sr. Business System Manager, the Salesforce Business Systems Analyst will be responsible for the management and development of the… Tech Observer


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Jeetika Krishnatry
6 Ratings
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    Unprofessional and Undependable

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    I have been working at Tech-Observer (Less than a year)

    Pros

    It is a small company trying to grab the opportunity in the field of clinical research. However, I do not see any pros with this company. I would suggest job seekers to look for other companies and avoid it at all cost.

    Cons

    The office culture is broken here. The management is rude and do not respect their employees at all. The main problem is that they give impression that they are always suspecting wrong things about their employees. This creates stress and lack of motivation to continue working. Another thing is that they can easily break their promise they made to their employees. You can not depend upon their words at all. If you decide to join them you should not depend upon their words. There is no opportunity of development there. There are virtually no training or support at all, and leadership does not care about it.

    Advice to Management

    Management, If you want to make any progress and develop your company stop betraying your employee's trust. You cannot be happy by making others (especially employees) unhappy. Start treating your employees at least with a bit of respect. Stop the habit of breaking promises and ruining others' life, or at least do not make false promises.


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