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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Golden Tours.

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12 English questions out of 12

1 April 2020

Does there seem to be diversity at Golden Tours?

Pros

free tours, met some great workmates

Cons

Received bullying (I wasn't the only one) from supervisors and CEO, both seemingly rejoicing in public humiliation. They have a medieval mindset towards workers on the lower payscale and everyone else tries to curry favor with the CEO in overtly sycophantic manners, so bullying is not denounced nor looked upon but embraced as the company's culture. Some Senior Managers in the upper echelons of the company are uncomfortably flirtatious and I met colleagues that were brought to tears by scoldings that were issued in an inhumane manner. Leaving that job was the best thing.

They have a medieval mindset towards workers on the lower payscale and everyone else tries to curry favor with the CEO in overtly sycophantic manners, so bullying is not denounced nor looked upon but embraced as the company's culture.

1 April 2020

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1 April 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at Golden Tours?

Pros

free tours, met some great workmates

Cons

Received bullying (I wasn't the only one) from supervisors and CEO, both seemingly rejoicing in public humiliation. They have a medieval mindset towards workers on the lower payscale and everyone else tries to curry favor with the CEO in overtly sycophantic manners, so bullying is not denounced nor looked upon but embraced as the company's culture. Some Senior Managers in the upper echelons of the company are uncomfortably flirtatious and I met colleagues that were brought to tears by scoldings that were issued in an inhumane manner. Leaving that job was the best thing.

They have a medieval mindset towards workers on the lower payscale and everyone else tries to curry favor with the CEO in overtly sycophantic manners, so bullying is not denounced nor looked upon but embraced as the company's culture.

1 April 2020

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16 March 2020

How is management perceived at Golden Tours?

Pros

Free travel and events and trips

Cons

Very poor management system and they had 5 managers for only 20 staff members

Very poor management system and they had 5 managers for only 20 staff members

16 March 2020

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1 April 2020

What is the company culture like at Golden Tours?

Pros

free tours, met some great workmates

Cons

Received bullying (I wasn't the only one) from supervisors and CEO, both seemingly rejoicing in public humiliation. They have a medieval mindset towards workers on the lower payscale and everyone else tries to curry favor with the CEO in overtly sycophantic manners, so bullying is not denounced nor looked upon but embraced as the company's culture. Some Senior Managers in the upper echelons of the company are uncomfortably flirtatious and I met colleagues that were brought to tears by scoldings that were issued in an inhumane manner. Leaving that job was the best thing.

They have a medieval mindset towards workers on the lower payscale and everyone else tries to curry favor with the CEO in overtly sycophantic manners, so bullying is not denounced nor looked upon but embraced as the company's culture.

1 April 2020

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10 October 2020

What are co-workers like at Golden Tours?

Pros

Lovely colleagues, good work social life

Cons

Hours can be long and tedious, beyond chaotic at times

Lovely colleagues, good work social life

10 October 2020

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12 English questions out of 12