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Pros: -Fair pay based on the work you put in. They're not too hung up on previous experience and degrees, if you're intelligent and work hard they will give you a fair shot and growth opportunities. -The environment and individuals at TeeTurtle are great. (T shirt and gaming company.. I mean come on, fun!) They have made a real effort at improving the company culture in the last year by providing outings to connect with each other, open communication with/accessibility to management, and providing clearer job responsibilities/progression. -They are understanding and flexible when it comes to work/home life balance. Allowing work from home option as needed has really helped me on various occasions. -The work is both challenging and fun, and they are accepting and willing to try new ideas no matter where they come from. -Very secure place to work if you try hard and have a good attitude. TeeTurtle cares about it's employees and it shows (especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, when all feels uncertain, they have been a sense of security). Cons: -TeeTurtle is a relatively young company (while still very profitable and successful) there are a few growing pains in regards to job structure. e.g. job responsibilities and job progression are not always 100% clear. However, they have been working this. -There are 2 sides to TeeTurtle, the creative side and the logistical side. If you're not on the creative side it can feel like a bit of a bummer or that you're not being fully utilized. -With 3 separate locations, 1 office in Denver and 1 office and 1 warehouse in - more...
The company is just positive all around. The owner seems to really just want everyone to be happy and balances this well with his business goals. The office is too quiet though. Some days you may not even speak to anyone face to face, all through messaging or emails. The employees are all very nice.
Great work environment, beer fridge, flexible schedule, good location, growing quickly
Pay could be better
This job is horrible when it comes to management. There is no communication whatsoever at this company. This place will give you a migraine and when you come home you will feel drained mentally. Everyday you walk in the door management is just waiting to fire you over nothing. They don’t respect the workers or the leads. Its all about numbers even though they claim its not, then make you work weekends to make weeks numbers.
TeeTurtle was originally a t-shirt company using IP of questionable legality--for more information, perform a basic LexisNexus or Google search. It has since become a merchandising/gaming company with correctly obtained licensing rights from several major studios. TeeTurtle has a loyal customer base, but has made a series of blundering management and personnel decisions over the last five years that led to a sub-par work environment and a questionable supply chain. I have been told that there was a major restructuring within upper management. Hopefully this has corrected some of the mistakes common to start-ups with inexperienced and untrained CEO's. I recommend their CEO based on the expectation that he can do better and has taken steps to improve his company and its management. This is a highly provisional recommendation, and comes with a heavy dose of optimism.
The Job is really cool. You get to go to anime and comic conventions. It is contract work so there are no benefits, and they will nickle and dime you for your pay. There is no room for advancement for contract sales associates. However you do get to see the world and get paid to do it.