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Robert F. Pulito


50% of employees recommend this company to a friend
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    Great Projects, Talented Pool of Professionals, Management needs Improvement

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee) Glastonbury, CT

    ProsYou work on very interesting projects, the people are great to work with, flexible hours, great work atmosphere

    ConsManagement tends to struggle with communication, they tend to treat non-architects (landscape architects, interior designers, and engineers) as second class citizens, Principals need to improve communication with staff. Very often work is promised to clients without discussing with project managers or studio leaders. It is not right when a Principal promises a client a project by a certain date without consulting your managers. Then the team is spending the weekend in the office while the Principal is in Cape Cod. Lead by example!

    Advice to Senior ManagementShow respect and value the talent you have. You never know where good suggestions will come from.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Good for the few at the top. Just do what you're told and don't offer suggestions.

    Architect (Former Employee) Glastonbury, CT

    ProsGood Designers, Some exciting projects

    ConsLack of mentoring, lack of communication to employees. Performance appraisals based on the old 'number system' rating. No vehicles for communication to management. Indifference to 'worker bees'. Bonuses were nowhere near what was represented. Raises were minimal once pay is established regardless of performance.

    Advice to Senior ManagementRecognize efforts of employees at all levels. Involve employees in issues and let all be part of the solution. Communicate with employees and don't isolate upper management from the rest of the staff.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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