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Cork (Ireland)
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    Everyone has a voice when working at teamwork. Have an amazing idea? Spec it out and take charge. Everyone contributes, everyone is heard, and everyone is rewarded. The whole team from top to bottom, youngest to oldest, works hard and plays hard. Top of the line equipment, training materials and resources for the hard work. Working at Teamwork has challenged me in new ways and provided excellent growth.


    Teamwork is growing rapidly from a few developers to teams of developers, marketing departments, etc. There are challenges that come with the growth.

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    CSM Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Accepted Offer
    Negative Experience


    I actually reached out for a position, as I loved the Teamwork Project product. But, this place is incredibly disorganized and brutish with its prospective applicants. I just started ignoring them as they became overtly aggressive when they weren't even completely prepared to take me on. They were emailing me at my 4AM asking for documents, etc. Maybe they don't know what a clock is...
    Furthermore, they'd call with no warning and expect me to pick-up (because apparently I have nothing else to do other than wait around for their calls). They hassled two of my references so much that they both told me that they weren't really interested in being my references if the companies were going to be that obnoxious in the future.

    Also, they are cheap and slimy when it comes to salary and being paid. They kept trying to push me into not being paid until the second month of being there, during the holiday season. I'm dating a Eurpoean, I know that monthly pay is normal there. But that's not normal in the US. They expected me to be OK with not being paid for two months. When I'm used to being paid bi-weekly. Talk about being culturally unaware.
    And to make it even more brutal, they BS'd me about salary. I specifically discussed what I wanted for salary, they came back low-balling me thinking I wouldn't notice. But, not to go without adding insult to injury, they casually mentioned in writing, thinking I wouldn't read through everything, that their bonus structure isn't guaranteed, after using that as their selling point for trying to get me to take a lower salary. I have experience with their Project offering, I have experience in every aspect of what they needed, and they are trying to nickle and dime me. Also, apparently spelling a name correctly is a difficult thing. They must be used to be people who don't care to read through and review contracts, because they sent me one and not only was my name misspelled, but there were a bunch of details that didn't match up with what was discussed, and when I brought up these details they started to get more agitated.
    Finally, I might be American, but I do not support Trump, or the way he handles life in general. I guess Teamwork thought that because I am an American that I would respond to the Trump method of being treated with aggression, bullying, and outright lieing, as well as grand promises that are met with nothing, in addition to not actually paying for what they're 'buying'. This place is a joke.

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  • Winner of Cork SME Company of the Year, Cork Chamber of Commerce, 2016
  • Best Company Marketing and Comms Blog, Littlewoods Ireland Blog Awards, 2016
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