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I have been working at Tukaiz full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
The meager paycheck hasn't bounced when cashed. Other than that, I can't add anything "Pro" about working here. Look elsewhere, anywhere before accepting a position with this company. They'll promise you everything, tell you what you want to hear, then deliver a totally different experience. Ask any current or the MANY former employees about this. So many people, younger and older, have taken positions here, only to bolt to another company after a short period. The writing on the wall becomes clear immediately.Cons
1. PAY - start low, stay low. Reviews and raises are non-existent. Employees that have 5+ years of service still making the same pay as the day they started. Salaried employees are overworked, hourly employees are told that overtime work and pay will make up for low pay rate (work more and you'll make more). You're theirs 24 hrs a day, seven days a week.
2. Owners/partners - arrogant, egotistical, non-involvement in actual goings-on within the company. You're lucky to be working for their company. Right...
3. Operations management - clueless, arrogant, idiotic. Disorganization runs rampant. They're lucky they have somewhat competent employees actually working and making things go right. If it was left up to them, this place would collapse in on itself. They talk down to anyone who's not at their level. Again, you're lucky to be working for the company.
4. Workplace - a JOKE. Dangerous, disorganized, no processes or procedures to follow. Little regard is given to employee safety, comfort or well-being. Every day is by the seat of your pants. When an employee gives their notice, nothing is done to try and have that employee stay; "We didn't need them anyway" is the mindset. Even though that employee is a valuable asset to their respective department. Not that anyone should want to stay working here.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Firstly, get some management people that actually know what they're doing. The current Ops Manager doesn't have a clue. Start appreciating the people that come to work every day for you and make this company run. They go above and beyond to make sure the customers are taken care of on a daily basis. No recognition is given for a job well done, but when one minor things goes awry, the hammer comes down. You give absolutely NO incentive to employees to want to come here every day and do their job. It's not rocket science...Doesn't RecommendNo opinion of CEO