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By: Judy G.
Children's Advocacy Center
Our organization provides blankets/quilts for the children and have found the workers to be very personable & caring.
By: Desiree P.
ID Group Inc
Julie, I see that absolutely nothing there has changed. That is very unfortunate. Sorry to see that you too had a similar experience.
By: Julie L.
ID Group Inc
I’ve never spoken badly about any company or past employment where I’ve worked. It’s not in my nature and I don’t like to burn bridges, but I should share my experience and save someone else the trouble. I left a really good digital marketing position with high pay, great benefits, and an amazing boss to work for Steve Tolerico at IDGB or IDBG, LLC. (formerly ID Group). Taking that job was a HUGE mistake. It’s the shortest amount of time I’ve ever worked anywhere and the only job I haven’t given a two-week notice. My first day was spent in meetings. He yelled at his Creative Development Producer (fancy for project manager) in front of the Book Keeper he hired the same day. The Book Keeper quit too. It was extremely uncomfortable and unprofessional. I discovered Steve likes to have long drawn out meetings, most are him brainstorming. He wants you to sit through them and then complains about work not getting done. Then he’d want you to stay late and not pay you for it. He does that to his seventy-year-old project manager, keeping her there until eight or nine at night on a daily basis. I went back the next day because I like to give people the benefit of the doubt. I thought maybe he was just having a bad day. I voiced my concern to both his project manager and him that I didn’t think the constant conflict and yelling was healthy for anyone. My last day he called his project manager an (it rhymes with witch) and told both of us to shut the (insert word) up. The funny thing is I wasn’t even talking. I was just standing there listening to him yell at her. Honestly, I’ve never experienced anything like it in my life. I went home and spoke with my husband. I decided that in this unique situation I couldn’t possibly give notice. I wrote him an email resignation that night. He never responded. I still have not been paid for my time. You can hire the best people in the world, but if the environment is unhealthy they won't stay.

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