Yulista branch is a terrible place to work. Stay clear or start looking for another job as soon as you get this one.
Engineering tech (Former Employee) – Panama City, FL – March 13, 2017
The management is a train wreck and has no clue what they are doing. They are always relying on the knowledge of the floor workers because they have no idea on how to get the job done. Then they will take the credit for all the hard work you put in and not even give you a thank you for it. The first meeting I had with my manager he told me to always cover my butt and keep an eye out for another job. Nice words of encouragement on your first week. The back stabbing and the lack of team work between the floor and management is unbelievable. They only way to get ahead in the company is to kiss tail on a regular basis or being someone's friend or relative. If anyone does decide to work here it would be best to watch what you say and who you say it to. They will twist it to suit what ever need they may have. Oh and get used to being blamed for stuff you didn't do even after you leave.
Human Resources (Current Employee) – Calista Headquarters – February 1, 2017
Calista is extremely generous and compassionate. I feel it is not only about the work we do, but they genuinely care for my well-bring and also the well-being of my family. The company is working diligently to increase and maintain morale and is really focusing on making Calista a fun and safe place to work.
FuckedOver (Current Employee) – ThePlace TheyFuckYouOver – October 10, 2016
Management hasn't a clue on how to operate the company. Never had, and never will. It completely relies on the tax payers handouts to operate. This has to be one of the only companies in the world that doesn't have to focus on the bottom line. Their idea on how to run a company is to promote the most ignorant people in the world.
Shareholder Records Specialist II (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – July 20, 2016
Was excited to join the corporation however was turned off on the poor management, and major lack of communication. The department had a total of 5 persons whom quit and 1 was fired in the a time frame of less than 4 months.
Quality (Former Employee) – Huntsville, Al – May 25, 2015
Had and got a good job if you had family member already working here. Not dependable or stable. Management was also family or former co-workers. Hardest part of the job is putting up with the favoritism.
Woker Bee (Former Employee) – Hunsville, Al – May 21, 2015
Everyday was a challenge. Everyone comes to work in fear of losing their jobs because of what they might say or do. The nepotism and good ole boy network are alive and well here. Schedule driven, poor HR procedures, lazy/difficult co workers because nepotism allows them to be. Just steer clear of this place.
I worked in the office department. There was only 2 coworkers who worked in the office department. I was the office assistant. I helped out the front desk, and my office manager. I learned a lot with this job. I thank Calista Corporation for the work experience. I enjoyed working for my native corporation.
The Company is an excellent place to work along with the coworkers.
Accountant (Former Employee) – Accounting Dept. – October 22, 2013
I had an independent part of the Accounting Department and would do what was asked, I learned some of Costpoint 6 & 7. I helped with Accounts Payable, the copy machine, Contract Briefs and utilized the 10 key often. When needing help with any project my co-workers were very helpful and most fun to work with. I loved volunteering for the fund raiser at the golf tournament.