Strategic Partner Manager (Former Employee) – Southfield, MI – July 17, 2018
BTI does not have a future with their current offerings. Management was in denial about the market opportunity. Reporting of sales was more important than the sale and the customer. If they spent more time with customers, they'd have to worry less about their projections of cash flow.
Provisioning Technician (Current Employee) – Southfield, MI – May 4, 2018
Management is incompetent. Leadership focuses on the petty issues and fail to see the real issues with this company. There is no chance for advancement in this company unless you are one of the hiring managers buddies. Morale is terrible with employees and this company can never seem to keep their best employees due to low pay, poor management and many other negative factors. If you plan to work here you should always keep looking for other jobs because I promise something better WILL come along.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Michigan – March 4, 2018
If you are a hard worker and believe that hard workers should be rewarded, then BullsEye is a place for you.
75% of the management in Exec circle are mediocre or at sub par level. There is dearth of ideas from management. Very few of the executives have real business training. The Exec team is afraid of the CEO. Their mediocrity has resulted in a culture of Yes man with the CEO. This has resulted in CEO not trusting his exec circle and will change their decision on his whims. Now the culture has changed to "CEO said so" mentality.
The company will do very well if the Non performing Executives are let-go. The company has remained at the same revenue level for years to come. keeping the same Executives year after year will result in same output year after year.
The middle managers are the hardest working members. Field level employees are very hard working and can deliver goals.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Southfield, MI – November 7, 2017
High turnover, micro managers, no growth. CEO is a tyrant who just wants to sell the company to the highest bidder. Constant backstabbing and undercutting by managers. They lose good employees because they treat them poorly.
Telecommunications Specialist (Current Employee) – Southfield, MI – October 20, 2017
A typical day at work is signing in , staying focused on your duties, with minimal communication with peers; meeting deadlines; working with clients. I did gain more multi-tasking skills, learned different processes, developed knowledge of the different systems used to trouble shoot and enter data. The culture overall at Bullseye is relaxed and sometimes fun. We do pot lucks, employee acknowledgments and many other team related projects; The downfall of the company would be their micro managing techniques that they feel helps the employees strengths and weaknesses; when all it does is cause for a more stressful work environment and lack of desire to want to do more.
Paid Vacations and Holidays, one hour lunch breaks, opportunity to move around the company
fun and laid back place with no dress code and weekends off
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, OH – June 12, 2017
a typical work day started with most employees meeting in the break room for free coffee donuts and bagels then a positive pep talk from the staff with a lot of encouragement. The management was really great. They were understanding to each ones needs and personal issues and like family. They treated us like we mattered. we also had many of ways to have money added to our pay. like if we came in on time everyday for the whole pay period we received $1 extra an hour we also got daily/weekly bonuses for productivity we received gift cards for staying late or not missing any days ect. The only thing that was a little hard is not being able to have anything to drink at our cubicle.
we had free breakfast daily and free lunch on Fri. and our bonus pay will make up for days we missed
Co Manager (Former Employee) – Southfield, MI – May 29, 2017
Typical day consist of creating assigning daily task for traffic engineering, network analyst and provisioning coordinators. I learned that everything was worked manually due to the this was a start up company. I had to investigate system alternatives for order processing as well as develop a facility data base to allow for circuit inventory to include tracking and auditing. The hardest part of the job was having the carriers inventory all of the circuits we had on order and disconnected to ensure billing accuracy. The most enjoyable part of the job was successfully turning up the customer. Management professionalism varied depending on the department you were working with.
Great learning place, hard working people, keeping up with the industry
Corporate Project Manager (Current Employee) – Southfield, MI – April 3, 2017
Fun place to work, can be very stressful at times, but if your up for the challenge it is worthwhile. Keep a positive attitude and if your lucky enough to have a good manager that has your back you can accomplish most any goal. Their focus is on improving the company culture which is wonderful. For the most part people work very hard at BullsEye, By far the most enjoyable part of the job is interacting with some terrific people who care deeply about honesty, integrity, and doing the right thing. I've learned countless skills at BullsEye.
Not the best place to work and has very home town mentality. Claim to not find fault but all issues seemed to need a scape goat. To much time spent on needless overhead in performance reviews, just to be evaluated subjectively.
located in michigan
no professional management just people who have been there since the start up.
Overall it was a good place to work with excellent people
Service Engineer (Current Employee) – Southfield, MI – January 24, 2017
This job was more enjoyable when I first started working at the company. There where many changes to management and responsibilities with my job and it became a more negative environment for me. Lots of micromanagement!
Stable company to work for and full of many great people. What I was most impressed with were the tenured Sales leaders. I learned SO much from them and was impressed with their strategic organization and wealth of sales materials and training made available.
Analyst (Current Employee) – Southfield, MI – October 6, 2015
Micro manage, trust issues, extremely high turn over/fire rate. Theory X management style. Do not care about employees. My personal opinion, If you have a job don't quit. If you don't have a job its a stepping stone, but the risk is all yours.
My opinion, If you have a job don't quit. If you don't have a job its a stepping stone.
Micro manage, trust issues, extremely high turn over/fire rate