- Former Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★
If only the clients knew how badly this place is run...Oct 23, 2020 - Anonymous EmployeeRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
The only reason to work here is the decent pay, but I wouldn’t wish this place on my worst enemy.
How much time do you have? I can tell you right now any positive review you might see on this page is either fake and written by management, or written by a new employee who has no idea what they have got themselves into. Nobody that works there is happy, they just feel trapped, and nobody has ever left with a positive view of the company. On that note, every negative review you see is true, and they only half explain the hell you experience working at Ulistic. The founder an awful person, and he is 99% of the problem with the company. He touts himself as a marketing genius, and he loves to stoke his own ego by yelling at people, and treating people like garbage. He enjoys threatening peoples jobs and when they get upset he says that “Americans are too sensitive.” The employee turnover is unnaturally high (I worked with about 70 different employees in three years, and never more than 10 at a time) this is partially because he hires people without experience and offers them no training, then belittles them for every mistake they make. His business practices are unethical, and makes his hourly employees clock out once they reach 40 hours and continue to work off the clock. I have never worked in such a hostile environment, and never will again.Continue reading
Thank you for your review of your employment experience with Ulistic. You are more welcome and entitled to your opinion and we are also very much entitled to leaving a response to argue your statements. First off, Ulistic has been in business for 10+ years, we have long-standing clients, if our business practices were unethical, do you think clients would stick around? Florida law for employees making less than approx $17.50 was limited to 40 hours per week and we ensure all employees who fit this requirement did not work over 40 hours per week and these same employees were not forced to work for free or work off the clock. It came to our attention, that some decided on their own accord to take courses, conduct their own training or catch up on work on their own but it WAS NOT mandated by the company and in some situations, employees who elected to work on their own accord after hours, were compensated with time off without having to take PTO or sick time for appointments. In your opinion, I may be an awful person, but would an awful person offer team members to purchase retired computers for their children at a heavily discounted price, donate thousands of dollars each year to local charities, offer flexible work schedules to those with special circumstances, allow employees to work from home (even before COVID), and much more. Regarding training. Staff members were offered training with organizations such as Donald Miller's StoryBrand (5 figure investment), YouTube training, training with Sharpspring (our recommended CRM), and host weekly training every Thursday at Noon, where we purchased lunch for all staff members in attendance. If we were an awful company would we welcome staff and their families into the home of the owners for company events and social gatherings. Meet at top restaurants in the area for team bonding and hold other events regularly to bring everyone together? You're more than welcome to your opinion and your summation of me as a person, you're entitled to formulate your own opinions. It is very clear by your review that you feel you were unjustly treated. However, we have key members of our team who feel exactly the opposite of you, and their reviews, that you call fake, are not and they provided them without any pressure what so ever. Ulistic wishes you the best of luck in your future and we hope and pray that you will find peace and happiness in your life. However, your claims are simply not 100% truthful but we respect your feelings that you personally feel your 3 years at Ulistic was not pleasurable or satisfying.
Other Employee Reviews
- Current Contractor, less than 1 year★★★★★
Great company for flexibilityFeb 20, 2021 - Writer in Fayetteville, NCRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Make your own hours, management is accommodating, the pay is good
Communication could be improved on, tasks are sometimes repetitiveContinue reading
Thanks for your feedback...the challenges of working in a single vertical. Often lots of repetitive tasks to start off with. As team members become more familiar with clients, we find out what strengths each team member brings and then match them up accordingly.
- Former Employee★★★★★
Not badJan 26, 2023 - Senior Project Manager in Boynton Beach, FLRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
None. All was good nothing to compre
None. Nothing to compare or say