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I have been working at TriplefinPros
it was indoors. My office at Steger didn't suffer from bedbugs like the blue ash office. I had furniture from the 1980's, which was better than most.Cons
Low pay, well below market. Lots of nepotism and favorite child style of management, those in the 'cool kids' group can never do wrong, it's a competition to see which one of them can squash as many people under their heel as possible each week. Lots of Napoleon syndrome with no support or direction. Kind of like being thrown into the pool, not knowing how to swim, and being told after you hit the water that if you don't float, you're dead. It really is the kind of place that needs to be given a hard look before accepting a job (ANY) job, or even applying or submitting a resume.
It borders on a kind of abusive relationship, they bank on being able to pull in folks that simply need a job or have low self esteem, then knocking them down day after day so they stay quiet and compliant. They don't like assertive, self assured or confident employees; that would be a challenge. This truly is an embodiment of every Dilbert and Office Space stereotype, without the humor.Advice to ManagementAdvice
What do you tell a group of people that are so delusional about their 'success'? They've shut off any input that could reflect negatively, advice would be pointless as it would never be heard much less applied.
Just look at the rankings in here, written with the same quality and narcissism that the leadership prides itself upon. Very, very sad to go thru life knowing how badly you've behaved and your legacy will be one where people spit when they hear your name uttered.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO