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I have been working at Tillster full-timeDoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEODoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO
Some (a select few) are pleasant to work with. The pay is decent, and the benefits are also decent. It is nice to have snacks provided. In some ways it has a "start-up company" feel to it.
People will disrespect you just because they don't know your background. Some of them think they are just plain better than you for some reason. I am not sure how it started, but it's been perpetuated over time. Come on, people...we're supposed to be a TEAM! And I thought I finished high school years ago... For an example of some of this attitude, see the review titled “Wounded company hampered by old-fashioned leadership.” And to think that this person gets paid to work there. A real smile-to-your-face-and-stab-you-in-the-back type. I can see saying that you are unhappy with management decisions or something like that, but to talk behind your team mates' backs...bad form! Invite this person to a barbecue and they might show up and spit in your guacamole. Behind your back, of course. Hell, I have seen people who are downright insulting to work with get promoted. So it's not surprising that such a bad attitude is perpetuated. Plus, we have the whole open office thing. I guess that way we have a clear view of potentially duplicitous co-workers.
Advice to Management
Holding onto personnel who are catty isn't going to advance anyone. It will create a workplace that is unpleasant and drag down productivity. Team efforts should be encouraged. And not some exhibition of "team play" where you shoot a few Nerf darts and pretend that everyone likes each other because they're smiling. Again, one can smile and yet be a villain.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Helpful (1)No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Tillster (Alpharetta, GA) in June 2015.
The person that was supposed to interview me was not there. I walked into their office with a locked door that wasn't locked, no receptionist, no one was expecting me, two workers in the break room went to get someone to interview me. This person showed up in shorts and flip-flops because " the air temperature had been warm in the office". There was a test before the interview, jQuery, SQL and "functions using looping". The Interview was pleasant. There was an air of unprofessionalism about the company, the interviewer's description of what the company does and their business model was vague. A cursory look at the office environment looked cramped with open cubicles, no privacy.
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Mission: “Tillster is the global leader in customer engagement programs and self-service ordering for the quick service restaurant and casual dining industries. The company provides multi-channel, market-specific digital solutions for ordering, payment, loyalty and lifecycle management that integrate across online, mobile, tablet, kiosk and call center platforms.”