Compare T3 Tehnologije Tre?eg milenijuma vs Elabor8 BETA

See how Elabor8 vs. T3 Tehnologije Tre?eg milenijuma compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
2.4
(based on 3 reviews)
4.2
(based on 22 reviews)
Career Opportunities
2.2
4.0
Compensation & Benefits
2.8
3.7
Work-life balance
1.6
4.2
Senior Management
1.6
3.8
Culture & Values
2.4
4.1
CEO Approval
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N/A0 Ratings
Elabor8 Ceo Paul Velonis
50%Paul Velonis
% Recommend to a friend
28%
82%
Positive Business Outlook
N/A
67%

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Featured Review

I worked at T3 Tehnologije Tre?eg milenijuma

Pros

Well it sounds like to me that this job would give me plenty of hours when I'm at home I've got four grand babies 11 but there's four of them

Cons

At the moment I have no transportation I'm relying on my daughter in law in the bus. Sometimes tank bus does not run the hours of employment that are needed

Advice to Management

Work smarter not harder measure twice cut once

Former Employee - Senior Consultant

I worked at Elabor8 full-time for more than a year

Pros

- Great learning culture - Meet great people from the Agile community and awesome support from fellow colleagues - Tries to do the next trendy thing in-house

Cons

It used to be a great company a couple of years ago, but unfortunately a lot of specialised talent has been lost recently. Some of the negative reviews below do have some truth to them, although on a... day to day basis, it's not that bad. IMHO the biggest problem they are facing from a culture perspective, is that the leaders and the various levels of hierarchy they've started creating (and recreating over and over) never had the time to train up or have the skills to focus on people leadership or management. The consequences of this, is that some people have been sacrificed, some have been ignored and people issues have been considered negligible or unimportant. In some of the worst cases, these people have had to shoulder the blame, and any sort of failure/mistakes is most definitely no longer acceptable. It's unfortunate, but also part of this is related to the diminishing growth and the tightening of budgets, forcing a lot of management to focus on the dollars, rather than value or their contributions to the community (which they are known for).

Advice to Management

Preaching to clients that their best asset is their people doesn't really ring true, when you don't do the same.

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