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  1. 4.0
    Employé actuel, plus de 8 ans

    Good Company

    Jun 17, 2021 - Project Assistant à Brea, CA
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    Approbation du PDG
    Perspective commerciale

    Avantages

    Good benefits, friendly staff, professional work environment and room for growth if you have a degree.

    Inconvénients

    Projects seem to be a little disorganized as management doesn’t really know what they are doing or how to direct you to better assist them. Little room for growth if you do not have a bachelors degree. Work can sometimes come and go in waves. You’re either drowning or you’re bored.

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  1. 5.0
    Ancien freelance

    real

    Jul 26, 2021 - Freelancer à Los Angeles, CA
    Recommander
    Approbation du PDG
    Perspective commerciale

    Avantages

    it was a great work environment

    Inconvénients

    it didn't haven any con to working there

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  2. 3.0
    Employé actuel, plus de 8 ans

    Not great place to work anymore

    Jul 21, 2021 - Employé anonyme 
    Recommander
    Approbation du PDG
    Perspective commerciale

    Avantages

    It is an employee owned company

    Inconvénients

    Not flexible enough for this new post-Covid era. Other companies adapted to change by being much more flexible, but this one required all employees to be back in office and created a joke of a “flexible” program where you get to work from home less than one day per week. Additionally, they expect you to be super grateful for a one-time gift of letting you wear jeans on Fridays during three months. By the way, there is a pretty outdated dress code in place where it lists, for example, sleeveless tops as “inappropriate attire”. They keep saying business is strong and future is bright, but at the same time they laid off a bunch of people last year, and also struggle to find continuous work for current employees. For example, about a hundred people in the New England Office are this year (2021) being furloughed for a whole month, first forced to use all PTO available and then to go unpaid for the rest of that month, just because a client is now requiring a 30 day leave every 18 months. This company prefers to hit individual employees’ income before having to say it is 5% less billable or showing a couple hundred thousand dollars less on its billions of profits reported. Also, they seem to be very inclined to just hire external people instead of trying to develop and promote internal people. Just a couple weeks ago they named a guy they just hired out of nowhere as part of the Board of Directors, for example.

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