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Gabriella Zielke, Tech Wildcatters, Dallas, TX
CEO is a scam artist and the accelerator is a bad joke. Investors and debtors have come calling, and she will more than likely be forced to shut down the company or resign. Embezzlement is her game, and now the banks, investors and press are onto her. Oh yeah, all of the employees quit so its just her in that office.
Robert Brevelle, Tech Wildcatters
This guy is completely incompetent as a chief operating officer. Robert Brevelle was the worst he had no people skills. He always thought he was smarter than Gabriella, co-founder and CEO of Tech WildCatters . He also couldn’t manage his emotions and complains like an immature adolescent. Hiring Robert was the worst mistake we made, it was the beginning of the end for our company
Julia Young, Tech Wildcatters, Dallas, TX
She is unprofessional, unorganized, and lazy.
Vorachai Tejapaibul, Tech Wildcatters, Dallas, TX
Usually nice but bipolar. He stares at me a lot, which makes me feel uncomfortable. I don't think he has any friends.
Bob Chipetz, Center Stage Tickets, Bala Cynwad, PA
Horrible boss. Horrible place. They are scalpers and scam artists. Bob Chipetz steals social security numbers to get credit cards in your name so that he can buy more tickets being the scalper he is. In his safe there is over 500 cards in other persons names that I know don't know he is. He hires people steals their social security number and then fires you. I was an example employee and worked there for exactly a month before he stole my info and fired me and tried to make it out like I did something wrong when I have the proof in the texts and emails! Don't buy from them and do not work there. They are all evil and money hungry.
Tanya Vandenbosche, Actiance, Belmont, CA
If there was a rating lower than 1, I'd use it. Vandenbosche was simply a tyrant to work for; absent from work, firing people at will and without adequate cause. Often she would embarrass and insult employees in front of supervisors, colleagues and others. Lacking empathy is one thing; cruelty and humiliation is entirely another. Never in my career have I ever worked for an employer who was not only responsible for the high attrition rate at a tech company, but to work for a most distasteful individual on a personal and professional basis.
Brenden Guenther, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
Very normal person. Interesting, easy to talk to and very human which can be unusual for tech person. If I had to work to find something bad it might be that he's too busy. He's prone to same prejudices as any white male, but willing to consider other perspectives.