David Gomez and Associates FAQ

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4 September 2018

How are senior leaders perceived at David Gomez and Associates?

Pros

NONE!!!!!!!!!!! WORST COMPANY TO WORK FOR!!

Cons

If you have any integrity and self respect, DO NOT WORK HERE!!! This is the most dysfunctional, abusive, inappropriate company to work for, if you call it a company. I have NEVER been treated like this ever in my life! The CEO has a HUGE ego and is extremely inappropriate and abusive! If you want to gamble with getting a paycheck, do not work here!!!

Advice to Management

CLOSE THE DOORS!!!!

The CEO has a HUGE ego and is extremely inappropriate and abusive!

4 September 2018

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9 August 2019

What is the company culture like at David Gomez and Associates?

Pros

Glad to be gone and he is a complete wolf in sheeps clothing. He is a fraud.

Cons

Too many to list.

Advice to Management

Pay your employees

Glad to be gone and he is a complete wolf in sheeps clothing.

9 August 2019

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30 October 2018

What are meetings like at David Gomez and Associates?

Pros

- Autonomy over my schedule, use of time, working remotely, etc. I was allowed to make efficient use of my time, because my manager recognized the benefits associated with being flexibility on minor issues to allow employees to create a work environment in which they are personally successful. - My manager in general. I was consistently impressed with his ability to encourage top quality work from his employees by getting to know them personally and tailoring his role to effectively manage and guide employees based on their individual needs. He practiced business authentically -- something I wasn't sure was possible before this summer. - Flexibility -- I was permitted to work remotely much of the summer, as I was also taking a summer class, so the 2hrs a day I saved by eliminating the commute were key. I split the extra 2hr equally -- an extra hour of work, and an extra hour to myself, giving incentive to both my manager and myself to find a way to make the arrangement work (which we did). - I was given real work for clients, and my talents were capitalized on by the company. I started out as a recruiting intern, but upon my manager's realization of my writing skills, was instead given various client projects unrelated to executive search that allowed me to showcase and expand upon those skills.

Cons

- Religion (Catholicism) is heavily involved in the workplace, which wasn't an issue for me, as I attended a Catholic high school and study at the University of Notre Dame, but might be a con for some? Meetings generally begin in prayer, etc. - Small company -- this was also not a con for me, as it allowed for the flexibility and autonomy that shaped my summer, and afforded me the opportunity to spearhead client projects. - Not much interaction between co-workers outside of that involved in performing the job. Again, not a con for me, as I'm an introvert and prefer this, but I'll list it here because I can see it potentially being one for some.

Advice to Management

I only worked with my manager, the CEO's son, directly, so his is the only management I can really comment on. However, I have no advice to give. He greatly influenced and partially defined what I believe good management to be/look like.

Meetings generally begin in prayer, etc.

30 October 2018

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10 January 2019

What is the work environment like at David Gomez and Associates?

Pros

Not many other than the location of the company, it is nice to not be in the loop.

Cons

Oppressive leadership, sexist and hostile environment. David is very negative and incredibly insensitive. The high rate of turnover for employees and the entire leadership is not afraid to make threats and attempt to degrade their employees. There are known allegations against the company and poor use of money and spending. Not unusual to miss a paycheck or asked to delay on a paycheck. This is not a good place to work. I would suggest avoiding it at all costs.

Oppressive leadership, sexist and hostile environment.

10 January 2019

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