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30+ days ago

Drupal Developer

Trellon Washington, DC

• Communicate effectively with project managers, technical leads, internet strategists, and other internal team members, as well as outside… Trellon

30+ days ago

Lead Developer

Trellon Washington, DC

Lead Developers are important actors in our delivery process, possessing a detailed technical knowledge of Drupal and using it to deliver excellent… Trellon

30+ days ago

Project Manager

Trellon Washington, DC

. • Ensure documents are complete, current, and stored appropriately; participate in their creation where… Trellon

30+ days ago

Internet Strategist

Trellon Washington, DC

We are looking for a dynamic, self-motivated individual to help clients craft the overall strategic direction for their Internet projects. Internet… Trellon

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    No unique redeeming qualities, CEO is a trainwreck

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    Former Employee - Developer in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Developer in Washington, DC
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO


    There is nothing uniquely special about this job that is not standard to a business of this industry.


    -CEO interrupts workflow often, tells you how to work. Shuns responsibility for interrupting when forced new direction fails. Takes credit for success. Sentiment was often repeated by other co-workers. -Common thread of employees working there "I avoid working with the CEO" -Common story from employees: "Many people have difficulty working with the CEO" -Common story from employees: "Many people have left or been fired as a direct result of confrontation and/or difficulty relating to the CEO". -Common story "So and so at Client X can't stand working with the CEO" -CEO believes he's competent as a graphic designer, front end dev, UX expert, and back end dev all at once. Consider how many people you know who succeed at all of those things at a high quality of work. Then add on Sales, and being owner/operater of a small business. -Poor working tools. Uses IRC for company communication. Time tracking and all other internal communication tools are second rate. Refuses to spend money on quality recognized tools or invest in properly overhauling internal tools with internal feedback. -Poor technical structure. Everybody commits to master on majority of projects. -Previous glassdoor review referring to CEO as "Abusive Control Freak" gets a lot of mention amongst people at the company. Seems to be that most are in agreement with this sentiment. -Shop has a history of feast and famine, churn and burn, per statements from longer running staff members. -Communication with people who formerly worked at company and developed major functionality is non-existent. Seems to be everyone who leaves Trellon wants nothing to do with it ever again. -If you wish to spend a long time here, prepare to lose your critical thinking capabilities as solutions and ways to proceed are spelled out for you, and coming up with your own solutions that the CEO cannot fathom are grounds for punishment.

    Advice to Management

    The first time some one calls you a horse, you call them a name back. The second time some one calls you a horse, you pause to consider. The third time some one calls you a horse, you might as well buy a saddle because you're a horse. This is the fourth time some one has come on here speaking ill of the CEO of this company. It is not an unheard of experience beyond glassdoor as well it appears. At this point, what is being said should be taken to heart. The CEO it would seem is a recognized abusive control freak, much to the detriment of the company. Let this also be the first time that "Narcissistic sociopath" gets mentioned, and may it get mentioned additional times as well so that can be the next recognized statement about this individual. With a CEO that feels the need to step into every workflow in the company, the company will never expand beyond the CEO's limited capacity ( any human has limits) without some notable delegation and faith in those people's ability to succeed. Placing the CEO in a role with minimal interpersonal interactions and then staffing management positions with individuals experienced and with a history of success would allow this company to succeed.

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