Colors Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
The following is a list of colors. A number of the color swatches below are taken from domain-specific naming schemes such as X11 or HTML4. RGB values are given for each swatch because such standards are defined in terms of the sRGB color space. It is not possible to accurately convert many of these swatches to CMYK values because of the differing gamuts of the two spaces, but the color management
asesora comercial (Former Employee) says"no es una empresa que le falta cultura"
MACHINE OPERATOR (Former Employee) says"It was a job that help the Bill's get paid. Laided back environment, was a small company so everyone knew each other .the supervisor just wanted to get the job done so wasnt on your back like some companies be"
Laboratory Operator (Former Employee) says"A typical day at Colors Inc. includes handling machined or cast aluminum parts sent to us by customers for inspection and preparation for anodizing. Then those pieces would be given to another employee to begin the anodizing process. I learned how to operate a forklift, how to anodize parts, how to manage the liquid solutions used in anodizing, how to pull tickets for jobs and pick those jobs from our docks, maintain a consistent quality coating, and how to help manage a shift. Cons: exposure to chemical fumes, dirty work environment"
Retail Shop Assistant (Former Employee) says"A typical day for me was going in to work and hoovering the shop and cleaning the shelves and mirrors and restocking the clothing. I learned a lot for example, I learned how to talk to customers and the basics of selling clothing and how the stockroom works, I thought it was going to be hard, I knew how most things worked out at the end of week 1 but the more you do it the more you progress. the management was brilliant they took care of me and all the other staff. working there was a good experience , you can still work and have a laugh with the costumers and your co-workers. the hardest part of the job was getting to know how to talk to different costumers but you get used to it. the enjoyable part was talking to costumers and getting to know everyone whilst doing work."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Club Colors full-time for more than a year Cons: Pretty much all other aspects of this company are cons. Things are done at the very last minute all the time, as reactions to what other companies are doing or whatever management reads about or dreams up. Titles are a joke, nobody in management here with the exception of 2-3 people are at all qualified for their positions and would be unable to attain their positions at another company. There is also a lot of pushing the blame around which never ends well for middle-lower employees. Overall, they preach about family and culture, but when push comes to shove they ultimately fall short."
Current Employee - Account Manager says"I have been working at Club Colors full-time for more than a year Cons: Lack of communication and support from management They will change initiatives weekly and change pay randomly Management is a total mess with no regard to hard working employees"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Club Colors full-time for more than 3 years Cons: The board very wrongly fired the former owner and everything changed. There is no opportunity for growth, if you get promoted you won’t receive a raise. Politics and sexual harassment run rampant. If someone decides you’re a threat you will be pushed out. Pay is dismal. I can’t say enough reasons as to why you should literally never work here."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Club Colors full-time for less than a year Cons: i was hired thru a staffing agency so when they decided to let me go they used the agency instead of coming to me direct to work out any issues. They said they were great with work life balance, I had a few life issues and they seemed more than willing to work with me at the time and now I'm out of a job."
Former Employee - Account Manager says"I worked at Club Colors full-time for more than a year Cons: VERY poor management. I have seen so many good people get run off because of management's lack of leadership and vision. OK to drink on the job or come to work drunk. When someone comes in and tries to make the company more professional management shuts them down. The turnover is very high and they have a terrible reputation in the industry."
Former Employee - Account Manager says"I worked at Club Colors full-time Cons: Run the other way & don't let management fool you that this is a great company. The ONLY way to be supported by management is if you "play their game". If you party with them, flirt with them & make their already large heads, that much larger, you will move up in the company & be well liked. Management, and I use that term loosely, are disgusting examples of, not only management, but also human beings. The commission structure changes EVERY year, and always for the negative to the employee. The only reason they are still in business is from the strength of their account managers, but most of the good ones have left! Management cuts many corners, many of which have been illegal."
Current Employee - Account Manager says"I have been working at Club Colors full-time for more than a year Cons: Please see the above comments. The pros are not pros at all they are actually cons! Everything about this place is poison. STAY FAR, FAR AWAY! This place should be considered a cult."
Current Employee - Account Executive says"I have been working at Club Colors full-time for more than a year Cons: Increasingly more Cons as the days and months pass, speaking of Cons...that's the new acronym for management here, and they will con everyone here with false reviews and now the post-negative review company responses with the canned fake responses don't fool anyone. Management seeks to find ways to keep oppressing the people who work here while lying and changing comp plans."
Account Manager says"I worked at Club Colors for less than a year Cons: Management, management, management, did I mention management? The pay scale was bad when I worked there, but now it's even worse! The numbers they are looking to hit are outrageous and the micromanagement is absolutely out of control. You will not get reward with the hard work you do, their commission structure is terrible, and I hope that you don't need help with anything, because management will not be there to help. I hope you don't like money, because this company's sole goal is to line management pockets, and keep reps hungry. There are no other roles to fill in the company other than sales, it is the epitome of a dead end job."
Current Employee - Account Manager says"I have been working at Club Colors full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Sales floor has a depressing atmosphere with very little comradery. Seems like nobody wants to really be there. Extremely high turnover in personnel. Upper management cares nothing about most sales people even if they are exceeding their quota."
Sooty says"@Vmeg17 @Duckii16_ @MomentumSonic @MelodicLemons2 @LoganBeRunnin But u still suck at colors. Who sucks at such an easy game ????"
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K.Kurūru$$ says"@BerserkFlims @sonic_hedgehog Unleashed sucks, but Colors and Generations yes daddy pls"
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