Lots of meetings, not a lot of decisions
Copywriter (Former Employee) – N Hollywood, CA – September 4, 2018
At TLK Fusion, you can guarantee you'll be in meetings. At the end, you have a 50/50 shot of knowing what you need to do, how to go about it, and whether or not you'll have help - or even find out, once the job is completed, that it is no longer necessary. Hours vary, but are light, unless you're the CEO's son. The CEO is pompous and arrogant - not necessarily a bad thing, except he doesn't remember things well and cannot stick to a decision. In the time I was there, we had 4 different dress codes, On site parking was a perk for about 30 days, then abruptly ended. 5 people were hired for an expansion, and within a month only 2 remained and nothing had expanded, which means everyone's hours got cut. The second in command is incapable of saying NO. To anyone (boss, employees, clients, etc). Which resulted in several cluster-f's from week to week. About once a week, we did get lunch brought in, and once a month, we had an employee of the month luncheon. Most of us worked through lunch, but if our time cards were accurate to time worked, we were reprimanded for not taking breaks, or yelled at for not meeting arbitrary deadlines when we chose to take required by law breaks. It could be a fun place to work at, but it could also be a horrible, spirit-crushing environment, depending on the day and what the "business consultant" decided the CEO should try next.