- Teligistics, Inc20.Nov 2018
Extremely low morale overall.
Support from management
Doesn't exist. Don't ask for help because they're too busy. And don't express concerns to HR - you will eventually get fired.
This is a dog eat dog company. Team-building is non-existent.
Freedom to work independently
It is expected.
Everyone plays CYA and Pass The Buck. Communication is a thing of the past. Cursing at each other across the office for every employee to hear is how they prefer to communicate.
Predominantly female. They prefer the more docile type.
Attitude towards older colleagues
Rude, condescending, belittling.
There is no training format. Only interested in the advancement and development of Sales and Upper Management.
Overall compensation for your work
Office / Work Environment
Political company, political interests. Extremely unsettling how unaware and uninvolved the COO is in daily operations, considering he is Chief of Operations. They'll make you keep your 1999 model dinosaur laptop until it crashes just so they don't have to spend money.
Two stars only because you have the ability to turn on an "out of office" auto-reply message when you are out sick or on vacation. Salary employees are expected to work over 40 hours a week, even if deadlines have been met.
Negative. Understaffed is an understatement. Adding to their payroll would take from them so overworking current staff is their solution.
Mistakes aren't allowed. They're belittling and will constantly make you feel like your job is on the line. Hiring and salary freezes are frequent.
Small, not easily accessible for a handicap person.
Harassment is tolerated.
The work is easy, but with policies and processes changing daily and at their discretion, you can imagine the difficulty and confusion this brings. Lack of communication from Upper Management adds to the difficulty.
Inclusive / Diverse
Only if you're Upper Management, the CEO and COO. 90% White/Caucasian employees. Using derogatory slang when referring to other races and cultures is accepted.
Suggestions for improvement
- Implement a training program and you might keep staff around. Treat your employees like humans, not fools.
What I like about the company
My clients and office friends.
What I dislike about the company
Upper Management is awful. They need their own training program. Too much power is given to them and the executives are not involved as much as they should be considering how small of a company.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyTeligistics, Inc
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Current employee