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- 1.024 Feb 2023Content CreatorFormer Employee, less than 1 year
Friendly coworkers, suffering together makes you feel a little closer to each other
The CEO was manipulative and made it sound like you did not do the work she wanted you to do it. She never paid my salary, and asked me to write letters to fire other candidates in her name. She also would complain about her employees to me, which made me believe she would do the exact same to others about me. During one on one's, she was very manipulative and made me feel like the work I was doing was so bad that it was not worth being paid for. Later I heard that she did the exact same to many others, as a way to not pay their salaries. I am looking into taking her to court with the labor association in California, since this is possible without any lawyer costs. I recommend everybody else who has not received their salary to do the same.2
- 5.012 Jul 2022Content SpecialistCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
• Not boring. Gives various tasks that I find challenging. • There were easy tasks and there were difficult tasks.Well, that's how it normally works. Just break down the tasks and start with the easy ones. • Overall, since this is my first work experience. I would say I did love to work with Chef Koochooloo. I learned vital skills such as; writing professional emails, multi-tasking, written and oral communication, writing effective contents, interviewing, publishing books on Amazon, administrative tasks, etc. Not just that, I also got a chance to communicate effectively with my colleagues with different backgrounds while in a remote work setting.
• Too overwhelming and there are times the work load is a lot but can handle it anyway and you will get used to it. Just take it one step at a time. Relax. Breathe in, breathe out. • There will be tasks that are unfamiliar to you that you will need to grasp and figure out how to do along the way. We make mistakes and that is normal. What is important is that we learn from it and we don't repeat the same mistake. Be patient with yourself. • There are times when other employees and the CEO will give you feedback that is a bit hurtful, but that's how it goes and that's how you learn. You just need to be understanding and patient.