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Milestone Internet Marketing CEO Anil Aggarwal
Anil Aggarwal
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    Terrible, terrible place--Run away as fast as you can!

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    Former Employee - E-strategist/Account Manager  in  Santa Clara, CA
    Former Employee - E-strategist/Account Manager in Santa Clara, CA

    I worked at Milestone Internet Marketing full-time for less than a year


    I met some great people while working here, and we all got out together!


    The turnover rate is insane--I was here for about 6 months, and in that time, I saw 13 people (of a staff of barely double that) leave. Senior management is awful (specifically the president who does not care about her employees and treats all like disposable items), the work-life balance is beyond horrific, no potential for growth, and you gain "experience" but only the type on paper. I cannot quantify any skills that I learned while at Milestone. I took the position because I was desperate for a job, and regretted the decision for the entire time I worked there. All the "innovative" systems that the company was coming up with could have been done with other tools in a more seamless fashion. The theory at Milestone is "work harder, not smarter."

    Potential future employees--run away, and run away fast! Even if you are desperate, you can make more and gain more real experience elsewhere.

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    Foster growth in employees, train better and smarter, and finally--pull your head out of the clouds and realize what is going on in your company. No one wants to work for a place that works all employees to death, then hardly recognizes achievements.

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