Server (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – October 22, 2017
The manager and supervisor have there little click were they pick there favorite people and give them Over time,but will send the other workers home.The supervisors are Bullies.
Any time the supervisor talk about the General Manager behind her back this is a team you have to watch.They will lie to you while smiling in your face.They push the good out just to hire there friends. It's ran by a group of lying Females.
If they don't like you they will try to stress you out.
Subscription Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Groveport, OH – July 24, 2018
I found the management cooperative, willing to help in any way, and provided constructive critisism from all departments to be refreshing. They went above and beyond to help when ever you had an issue, be it work or personal. I would highly recommend working for them and if they have any openings, I fully intend to reapply! I left only to relocate to another state, but upon returning to Ohio if an opening comes available, I'm hoping to get my job back.
Free lunches, 1 hour lunch breaks, mgmt always eager to help
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Long Island City, NY – April 13, 2017
Started with Gwynnie Bee within their first year as a company, no more than 30-40 employees and have seen the company grow from a small space in Queens, NY to a distribution center in Ohio and offices in NY, Palo Alto, CA and India in the space of 5 years.
Good start up to work at just to get the feel of how start ups really work and transition to Cooperate status.
management is down to earth and fun, upbeat atmosphere, but not enough work and cant get full time hours so you have to work a second job to make ends meet. It would be better if they would give us the hours instead of hiring more people. I love this place but its not dependable source of income
pay is good, bennefits are good, management is good, co workers are good
Maintenance (Former Employee) – Groveport, OH – April 4, 2016
Would go in and start cleaning all restrooms and make sure the break room were clean. Go into the warehouse and put furniture together and do anything that they asked of me. Did some plumbing and go anywhere in the building that they needed my assistance.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Long Island City, NY – December 8, 2015
Gwynnie Bee is a start up. It changed daily and had a young and up beat atmosphere. The view looked like a Hollywood back drop. It was a great place to work and I will miss growing with the company. I moved back to Texas for my family and being able to be close to an ailing father.
inspector (Current Employee) – Groveport, OH – November 5, 2015
Overall my everyday work day is super easy. Very easy to advance with the company if your a great worker. Everyone in management pretends to like us lower employees. They lack communication and unity. They will insult your intelligence and try to belittle you. They will tell you one thing and do another.The owner is overall nice when she visit she is pleasant and speaks to everyone. If she only knew she had idiots and rude people running her company. They really make her look bad.
Free lunches, shirts, and water bottles. Great regular employees and pay
Mangment doesnt communicate, they are rude and they suck
An easygoing company that needs to work on communication...The work was not too physically demanding and most of the employees were friendly....Ive gained some experience that I can take with me along my journeys.
Senior Manager of Data Science (Current Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – February 21, 2015
• Lead the development and implementation of a customer recommender system using user attributes and product attributes based on a collaborative filtering algorithm. The engine has increased customer conversion rate by 20% and retention rate by 14%. • Lead the development and implementation of a customer retention engine by investigating customer demographic profiles, purchase behavior, web browsing behavior and product attributes through survival analysis to identify key drivers to enhance customer loyalty and the cost effectiveness of retention programs. Implemented approved recommendations and improved retention rate by 17%.