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- Current Employee★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Initially interesting environment with the idea that if the company makes it then the people that built the company would be well compensated.
This group from the CEO to the CTO do not understand technology or how to build or how to deliver it or how to support it. The CTO has never worked anywhere else so there is no industry experience to lean on. Inappropriate office romance by management. Making advances on a fellow employees wife. Constant lying by management to customers and employees.Continue reading
- Current Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
None. Well actually the building is nice. Assuming they can keep paying the rent. How they pay anything is a mystery to all.
Everything about this place is a joke, from a CEO with ADD to continuous products that don't work. Never have I worked somewhere, where you are asked to lie and decieve on a regular basis. It's all smoke and mirrors. No clue, no direction, PaetheticContinue reading
- Former Employee★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
- Felt like the company was destined for big things. Employees could wake up each morning excited about what they'd do at work that day and how it would contribute tangibly to the company's growth. - Relatively high amount of freedom to get the job done. - Decent compensation and benefits. - Management was knowledgeable, involved, and hands-on.
- Expectations placed upon individual employees were often unrealistic, resulting in a lot of burn-out. Though some of this can be attributed to the company's small size, much of it was management style. - Management was obsessed with taking the company to the "next level" at ANY cost, and not in the admirable way. - Management had a suspicious and predictable habit of "finding" things about employees when it wanted to fire them. - Inappropriate office romance involving management. Enough said. - Management supported and encouraged the use of pirated software to save on expenses.Continue reading