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- "Incompetent team members are excused as long as they only say 'yes' and don't speak up, despite their incompetence affecting the whole team." (in 2 reviews)
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- 1.0May 24, 2023Anonymous InternFormer Intern, less than 1 yearNew York, NY
There is absolutely no pro- only experience for your resume, if you need it that bad.
Management tried to do their best, but imagine the company's (and your) biggest opponent being the owner of the company. Retention rate is low, no morale to work and truly not worth it on your mental health. I would say it was a case of the blind leading the blind but in hindsight, it was truly cos the owner wanted to lead themselves.1
- 1.0May 31, 2022Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 1 yearNew York, NY
- Competitive Salary, provided you're willing to work 50-60hr work weeks - Paid leaves, provided you actually have the time outside work duties to file them. - Open to Feedback, provided you're open to look for new opportunities in other companies. - Memes channel in Slack
- No Clear Job Description: There's no proper description due to new projects that often get implemented without prior planning and prior notice. Members who do end up trying to innovate the team become targets of higher-ups for extra duties beyond their paygrade without the proper raise. - 50 Hours Minimum Work: Never follows the usual 40hr/week cycle because of full orders. Going less than 50 hours means getting less salary, while going more than 50 hours immediately implies time being wasted for them. - Abysmal Work Dissemination: Employees always get a full plate of orders due to poor work dissemination strategy. They often get burnt out because accounts keep on getting new clients, and rushing for older ones to get finished. Management isn't doing anything to sort this out because of profit targets, and simply dismisses employees who complain as not doing their job properly enough. - Unresponsive Management: Current head of the team seems responsive only to select members of higher/upper-management, but very rarely to actual team members. As a result, team members often get left in the dark, and team members who do decide to step up end up conveniently getting fired. - Negative Response to Feedback: Due to inevitable work stresses, members will likely step up or raise concerns regarding their conditions. Unfortunately, those who do raise concerns are often fired weeks/months after and presented as "toxic" to the rest of the company.4