Cherokee Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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The Cherokee (; Cherokee: ᎠᏂᏴᏫᏯᎢ, romanized: Aniyvwiyaʔi, or Cherokee: ᏣᎳᎩ, romanized: Tsalagi) are one of the indigenous people of the Southeastern Woodlands of the United States. Prior to the 18th century, they were concentrated in what is now southwestern North Carolina, southeastern Tennessee, edges of western South Carolina, northeastern Georgia and northeastern Alabama.The Cherokee language


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Talent Advisor (Former Employee) says

"It was a great place to work, till it went towards all about the companies money, and not about their people. Sad. I would not recommend to anyone and not even my family for sure."

Business Development Consultant (Current Employee) says

"There is no growth, talked down to by men, sexist environment. Treated like you are a child with no brain if you are a woman working there. No career advancement if you are not a Cherokee Citizen."

EVS Attendant (Former Employee) says

"No communication and no accountability for employees who don’t do their job! Most stand around while very few continue working. They expect you to pick up the slack for those that don’t pull their weight! Cons: Too many to list but I will say I wouldn’t recommend anyone to work for this company."

Enterprise Architect, Business Analyst (Former Employee) says

"company management supported government management with contractors working 16 hour days and only billing 8 hours. Company management also supported government Project Management firing company employees. Cons: Took 8 weeks for company to pass clearances to government."

Picker and Packer (Current Employee) says

"Lazy people and poor management ! No communication and no accountability for employees who don’t do there job! They expect you to pick up the slack for those that don’t pull there weight!"

Media Relations Specialist (Former Employee) says

"The managers are not able to communicate to staff. There is no direction and management needs experience and training. They advertise that they offer tuition reimbursement; however, that is not true, your manager can make that choice."

Specialist (Former Employee) says

"Your job is to do, not to ask why. Company does not value intelligence or critical thinking. It values drones who do what they are told, even if it makes no sense, even if it is contrary to the mission and needs of the client. Any protests will be met with threats. Cons: Terrible culture"

Executive GM (Former Employee) says

"You have people that run this place that have NFC what they doing, they are disrespectful they are dishonest in what they say the company is about, and they are extremely "clickish" Cons: Compensation, Tenure"

Spa (Former Employee) says

"The management has created extremely hostile work environment. No matter how hard you work you are thretened daily. Guests are wonderful & tips are good yet company double taxes your tips & doesn't follow laws by not paying proper % to state & federal taxes causing large amounts you will owe in taxes. Thousands of employees were caused this anguish."

Senior Executive Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Typical work day, depending on your client. Don't become sick, no support, had to find your own backup."

Glad I Left (Former Employee) says

"This was the absolute worst contracting company I have worked for in a long time. Avoid this company at all cost. There is no support from upper management."

Bartender/Server (Former Employee) says

"Managers and supervisors have no experience or any kind of leadership. Unless your a brown noser then you can't move up. Nobody likes it there, its like a prison sentence. Cons: I actually worked there for 2 years"

Remote Medical Coder (Former Employee) says

"No communication contract work runs out lay offs lies they tell you you are hourly paid but then get on to you about being off on numbers they value quantity over quality Cons: Dishonest"

FOIA (Former Employee) says

"Employees were expected to meet a quota based on number of cases rather than number of pages in a case; cases could vary from 50 pages to 350 or more and the level of difficulty varied widely. Cons: management very poor and consistently negative"

Quality Assurance Rep (Current Employee) says

"When I first started Cherokee nation I really felt that the company was very organized good vehicles and good cleaning supplies. And schooling classes to improve our skills. After three years Big downfall. changed management and everything changed and I felt that it took a dive for the worse I made good money management was so bad that I was willing to walk away. Very bad environment"

Care Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Poor management, poor upper management. It was very once sided company to work for. They say "family first" but that is a total BS. They were very disrespectful. The contract company was the worst I had ever worked for."

Management Consultant (Former Employee) says

"Bad Management, stressful work. No understanding of employee culture rarely calls you back in a timely fashion. THe answer is always no or some excuse."

sous chef (Former Employee) says

"If you want to have job security, then work somewhere else. This company discriminates and has no integrity. They put directors and managers into place that have zero experience just because try have an Indian card. This company, being tribal, follows no laws or rules but their own. I have seen them suspend good people, for little to no reason, and not even pay them for hours worked. They are famous for firing salaried employees at bonus time to save money. This company will let you wor 6 & 7 days a week while your indian manager shows up when they want, if they want. The human resources dept. is a joke and is badly chauvinistic against men. If this company had to pay taxes or follow the law, they'd be out of business. Do yourself a favor and pass on this terrlble company. They are constantly looking for chefs of all levels for a reason. Cons: Zero job security, bad company filled with bad racist people"

Business Development Manager (Former Employee) says

"Was brought aboard to develop large IDIQ relationships that Cherokee wanted to subcontract on. Once this was done they took the relationships and subcontract(s) and let me go. Found out that bonuses are being paid in November. How convenient 3 weeks after the vetting process was done. Leadership puts their friends in positions that have critical customer facing to the govt with little to no experience based on looks. Was actually told by my manager to let "them" 2 attractive ladies do their thing, it is what it is when being the face of the State Dept relationship. Rolled up to a manger locally but had a Director from out of state telling me what to do with little understanding of what I was doing. Many times the leadership wouldn't know what was happening even when detailed notes were placed in salesforce (SF). Was told to put my activity in SF but only a couple of us were held to this rule. Again, if you are in the circle then you have your own rules. Deals were killed when partners brought them to the table and when asked if we could do the work without the partner and the answer was no the out of town Director would kill the opportunity. On more than one occasion the work was directly awarded to other tribes within the govt industry. LLC's do not communicate and often fight on opportunity ownership. Some nice people work there but have the same complaints but need the job. Run fast unless you need a job, protect your contacts and watch for the shady request when teaming on projects with your contacts!"

Coder (Current Employee) says

"Not the best place to work wasn’t secure as en employer. The contract with the base ended and most of the coders lost the jobs and we were told the last day of the contract"

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