Booyco Electronics
3,3 out of 5 stars.
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Booyco Electronics Employee Review

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3,0
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20 May 2014
Its a great environment to start a career. They have great learning and development structures in place. You are mentored and supported by all means by well skilled individuals. Love their culture of promoting from inside because it is very motivating for the staff.
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4,0Work/Life Balance
1,0Job Security/Advancement
1,0Management
2,0Culture
Pros
Braais when we are celebrating
Cons
Meet deadlines
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Pros
salary and benefits are okay
Cons
long hours. harsh working conditions. poor planning. forced overtime. lots of friction.
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Working hours on Fridays is from 7.30am to 1.30pm
Cons
Working there is a con.
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Travelling to all corners of South Africa, building a client base for a newly started company gave purpose to the daily hustle. Management was autocratic yet dynamic but lead to a clash of personalities Working on a shoe string budget yet landing long term contract proofed challenging that lead to long term relationships with customers.
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Creativity
Cons
Limited family time
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