64TEQ FAQ

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5 English questions out of 5

11 April 2019

How is management perceived at 64TEQ?

Pros

Bandish is committed to the development of his people. He provides the necessary tools, support and coaching to make you a Leader of tomorrow. The management structure is flat and being treated like an integral cog to the future success of the organisation is paramount. The Culture of 64TEQ is at the heart of its Ethos. I've learned this from day one which helps me be open and transparent in all my day to day activities, its all about Radical Honesty and continual development, something that i am alien too, coming from a very political office based environment. It's a breath of fresh air.

Cons

Remote Working , This is a challenge due to the isolation that can come from it, Having come from a place full of people and hustle and bustle, i thought it would be really difficult to adjust, however having the team on hand to speak to and speaking to clients etc.. it doesn't feel isolated at all.

The management structure is flat and being treated like an integral cog to the future success of the organisation is paramount.

11 April 2019

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11 April 2019

What is the company culture like at 64TEQ?

Pros

Bandish is committed to the development of his people. He provides the necessary tools, support and coaching to make you a Leader of tomorrow. The management structure is flat and being treated like an integral cog to the future success of the organisation is paramount. The Culture of 64TEQ is at the heart of its Ethos. I've learned this from day one which helps me be open and transparent in all my day to day activities, its all about Radical Honesty and continual development, something that i am alien too, coming from a very political office based environment. It's a breath of fresh air.

Cons

Remote Working , This is a challenge due to the isolation that can come from it, Having come from a place full of people and hustle and bustle, i thought it would be really difficult to adjust, however having the team on hand to speak to and speaking to clients etc.. it doesn't feel isolated at all.

The Culture of 64TEQ is at the heart of its Ethos.

11 April 2019

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10 September 2018

What is the salary like at 64TEQ?

Pros

Remote working, so you have the flexibility to work from anywhere you please. Tight knit family run business who really value their employees. Great commission structure and basic wage. 30 days holidays.

Cons

I have nothing negative to say about this company

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you're doing because it's working!

Great commission structure and basic wage.

10 September 2018

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3 October 2018

Does 64TEQ offer any other compensation or incentives?

Pros

Team64 is just that, a team. Working 100% remotely is not without its challenges but the flat structure, positive culture and incredible support make up for any issues you might have at first. Compensation is great, and development is continuous.

Cons

The remote working probably isn't for everyone, but it definitely suits most!

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you're doing!

Compensation is great, and development is continuous.

3 October 2018

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11 April 2019

What are working conditions like at 64TEQ?

Pros

Bandish is committed to the development of his people. He provides the necessary tools, support and coaching to make you a Leader of tomorrow. The management structure is flat and being treated like an integral cog to the future success of the organisation is paramount. The Culture of 64TEQ is at the heart of its Ethos. I've learned this from day one which helps me be open and transparent in all my day to day activities, its all about Radical Honesty and continual development, something that i am alien too, coming from a very political office based environment. It's a breath of fresh air.

Cons

Remote Working , This is a challenge due to the isolation that can come from it, Having come from a place full of people and hustle and bustle, i thought it would be really difficult to adjust, however having the team on hand to speak to and speaking to clients etc.. it doesn't feel isolated at all.

I've learned this from day one which helps me be open and transparent in all my day to day activities, its all about Radical Honesty and continual development, something that i am alien too, coming from a very political office based environment.

11 April 2019

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