Case-Mate FAQ

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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Case-Mate.

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10 English questions out of 10

October 11, 2018

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at Case-Mate?

Pros

Great workplace People are generally friendly Freedom to do your job Start Up Mentality in most areas

Cons

Poor overall strategy Pay & Benefits were okay Very poor people management A bit of a 'boys club' mentality at upper levels

Advice to Management

Separate the business owner from the business

Poor overall strategy

October 11, 2018

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February 11, 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at Case-Mate?

Pros

You get free phone cases sometimes.

Cons

Case-mate claims that one of their values is respect, but they do not lead by example. This company does not understand what it means to have respect for their employees, or what it means to lead for that matter. Real leaders motivate their employees by appreciating, supporting and valuing them, unfortunately there is no leadership at Case-mate. The C-suit acts as if selling phone cases is a life or death business. They expect you to make this job your entire life so they can get their fat bonuses at the end of the year and pay for their Ferrari’s while the staff is severely over worked, under paid and under appreciated. They do not think twice about destroying spirits, motivation and self-worth. Have you ever had a grown man scream at you and have a temper tantrum over a very menial detail? I have, here. I love my actual job here, I love my team but I’ve never felt trusted or a sense of job security. The C-suit loves to target people to fire based on unjust biases and inaccurate data that they make up. Ive never been on the chopping block but I saw the threat of termination brought up against too many of my peers. Frankly it’s a disgusting, hostile work environment festering with toxic masculinity. They get involved in the lowest level of decisions but can’t think big picture to save their lives. They think a box of donuts once in a while will fix their company culture. Unfortunately this place is destined to be a revolving door of bright talent that leaves defeated and depressed. If you enjoy having all the creativity sucked out of you, feeling beat up and being a mind reader than go ahead take the job.

Advice to Management

Look in the mirror and recognize that people are leaving because of the people at the very top.

Real leaders motivate their employees by appreciating, supporting and valuing them, unfortunately there is no leadership at Case

February 11, 2020

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October 11, 2018

How is management perceived at Case-Mate?

Pros

Great workplace People are generally friendly Freedom to do your job Start Up Mentality in most areas

Cons

Poor overall strategy Pay & Benefits were okay Very poor people management A bit of a 'boys club' mentality at upper levels

Advice to Management

Separate the business owner from the business

Very poor people management

October 11, 2018

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January 22, 2021

Is Case-Mate a good company to work for?

Pros

Nice co workers and good working environment

Cons

Can't think of any for now

Nice co workers and good working environment

January 22, 2021

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February 11, 2020

What is the company culture at Case-Mate?

Pros

You get free phone cases sometimes.

Cons

Case-mate claims that one of their values is respect, but they do not lead by example. This company does not understand what it means to have respect for their employees, or what it means to lead for that matter. Real leaders motivate their employees by appreciating, supporting and valuing them, unfortunately there is no leadership at Case-mate. The C-suit acts as if selling phone cases is a life or death business. They expect you to make this job your entire life so they can get their fat bonuses at the end of the year and pay for their Ferrari’s while the staff is severely over worked, under paid and under appreciated. They do not think twice about destroying spirits, motivation and self-worth. Have you ever had a grown man scream at you and have a temper tantrum over a very menial detail? I have, here. I love my actual job here, I love my team but I’ve never felt trusted or a sense of job security. The C-suit loves to target people to fire based on unjust biases and inaccurate data that they make up. Ive never been on the chopping block but I saw the threat of termination brought up against too many of my peers. Frankly it’s a disgusting, hostile work environment festering with toxic masculinity. They get involved in the lowest level of decisions but can’t think big picture to save their lives. They think a box of donuts once in a while will fix their company culture. Unfortunately this place is destined to be a revolving door of bright talent that leaves defeated and depressed. If you enjoy having all the creativity sucked out of you, feeling beat up and being a mind reader than go ahead take the job.

Advice to Management

Look in the mirror and recognize that people are leaving because of the people at the very top.

They think a box of donuts once in a while will fix their company culture.

February 11, 2020

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