Press Esc. to exit

Type someone's name

Completed is the world's first standardized rating system for all people in business. Search for someone and rate them. If they don't exist, add them to Completed.

avatar

Doug Gillespie

No approved location
Age: N/A | Profile views: 267
1 of 5
Is this your profile ?
Claim your profile
It's free and only takes 2 minutes.
Reviews (1)
1 of 5
2020-11-03 00:36:14
Rated

Trust these 1 Star reviews. They are written from true experience.
Jobs are short term because investment firm owns company and is getting ready to flip and make the sale. If you want short term employment and don?t mind instability and working for men who need to make their fiscal goals so they can renew their golf club membership and pay for their children?s boarding school tuition, then the cons won?t affect you. Other cons- bonuses no longer offered, holiday party no longer offered, team building and offsite activities no longer offered, raises are 2% a year but not guaranteed , advancement/ promotion no longer available, expense checks are delayed and you pay for traveling costs out of pocket up front. The investment firm is not in this for anything other than money so you don?t want to get too attached. Lay offs are never off the table even if you?re told you are the team/person they want. New employees- you will feel energized and excited at first. It?s a new job managing well-known brands in a highly exposed industry. It will feel good, and it should. But, soon reality will hit. Make sure you take care of yourself and your needs first. They are manipulative, will pump you up and make you think you are driving the ship. Remember this, the last wave of laid off people also thought they were driving the ship and were told they were the dream team 3 months before they were axed and thrown overboard.

Anonymous

No Bio Specified

No Bio Specified

No Bio Specified

No Bio Specified

Education

No Education Specified

Career History
  • N/A
    : Aden And Anais
    : http://www.adenandanais.com
    : CEO
Core Competencies

No Core Competencies Specified

Greatest Attributes

No Greatest Attributes Specified

Greatest Business Achievements

No Greatest Business Achievements Specified

Worst Failures in Business

No Worst Failures in Business Specified

Political Party
N/A
People Also Viewed
  • avatar
    Sunday Riley, CEO
    Rated
    WARNING: Read the Red Flags It?s easy to read Gla...
    Read More
    By Anonymous
    Monday, Nov 02 2020
  • avatar
    Seeking Alpha, CEO
    Rated
    Toxic environment - I began to fear for my safety ...
    Read More
    By Anonymous
    Tuesday, Nov 03 2020
  • avatar
    Powers Taylor, Founder
    Rated
    Terrible Too much drama with the women that have ...
    Read More
    By Anonymous
    Monday, Nov 09 2020
  • avatar
    Olympusat, Broadcaster, Marietta
    Rated
    She loves her work and is a family person.
    Read More
    By Anonymous
    Monday, Oct 29 2018
  • avatar
    News Distribution Network, President/CEO
    Rated
    Enter at your own risk! Morale is extremely low U...
    Read More
    By Anonymous
    Monday, Nov 02 2020
  • avatar
    Amsterdam Print, iGen3
    Rated
    Read More
    By Anonymous
    Monday, Apr 22 2019
  • avatar
    Republic Properties INC, President
    Rated
    Read More
    By Anonymous
    Sunday, Apr 21 2019
  • avatar
    Metropolitan Baptist Church, Lead Team Assistant
    Rated
    Read More
    By Anonymous
    Sunday, Feb 17 2019
  • avatar
    Kingdom Kids Montessori, Owner
    Rated
    Read More
    By Anonymous
    Monday, Feb 18 2019