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HR Generalist

PEP Cincinnati, OH

include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Paycor/HR Performer (HRP) Management (50%) New Hire Onboarding • Transfer all employee… PEP

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Account Executive

PEP Los Angeles, CA

include the following. Other duties may be assigned. • Manage all aspects of marketing promotions for your assigned brand. • Communicate… PEP

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Senior Account Executive

PEP Los Angeles, CA

include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Execute with… PEP

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Accounting Intern

PEP Cincinnati, OH

include the following. Other duties may be assigned. • Accounts Payable invoice entry. • Perform duties relating to wire, ACH and check… PEP

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  • Great Company with Great Values

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    Current Employee - Non-traditional Role in Cincinnati, OH
    Current Employee - Non-traditional Role in Cincinnati, OH

    I have been working at PEP full-time (more than a year)


    I have lived in a lot of cities and worked many places, and Pep is truly special. There are a lot of things that make Pep an enjoyable place to work: the people, the positive atmosphere, working with the greatest corporations in the world, etc. However I'd narrow it down to two things that make it truly incomparable to any other company I've worked for:

    Pep truly values its employees. They seek and reward loyalty because they are loyal to the people that work there. They demonstrate this through a multitude of ways, from the perks and benefits, to the profit sharing, to the all-around flexibility. I have never worked somewhere that genuinely cares about its people and tries to support them personally and professionally.
    Pep is also incredibly feedback-oriented. For a company that is growing so rapidly, this can be tough waters to navigate; however there are many things, large and small, that have been implemented and changed within the past 10 years from both solicited and unsolicited feedback. This does not mean that the company can bend to every wish or complaint, as that would be poor business strategy, but they do seem to listen and do their best over time to make necessary adjustments.


    Because Pep is growing so rapidly in such a short period of time, this brings about a lot of challenges. Some of those challenges include having to move people into positions they might not be fully ready to take on, and this can cause frustrations with personnel. Other challenges cause for a need to redistribute the workload while things get ironed out and settled into place, and this can mean a larger output than would typically be required. Although stressful, this ultimately comes from a positive place of business growth and success, and in the long term I feel it will pay off. Salary for example, although slightly below the level of work and output, is something that I believe will be paid back to the employees as we continue to see more success. I've seen the base salary grow steadily each year, and significantly from where it started just 5 years ago.

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    We are very quickly shifting from a small company into a much larger one. Continue to focus on the rich culture and company values that have made Pep such a great place to work for all these years. That means truly keeping an "open door policy" and mindset, and continuing to cultivate an intimate and supportive environment. This is a tough balance, but there are great companies setting examples like Netfilx, Glassdoor, Facebook, Hubspot, etc. They are able to successfully breed a rich and balanced culture while also maintaining a dominant business presence.

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