Chief Marketing Officer – new
Vaco – Brentwood, TN
include business and market development; market research and planning; strategic direction for… CareerBuilder
Vaco, LLC – Tampa, FL
s, use cases, scenarios, business analysis, and task and workflow analysis. Critically evaluate information gathered from multiple sources, reconcile… Dice
- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Vaco full-time (less than an year)Pros
- Paid vacation days. (17 a year, I believe).
- The water bottle Vaco gives you when you start.Cons
- Pay is absolutely horrible. The worst wage I've ever encountered in Silicon Valley, and when you try to renegotiate Vaco will tell you no.
- Health benefits are just as bad. Vaco will offer you Blue Sheild/Cross of Tennessee or Symetra. Coverage for an individual under Blue Shield/Cross of Tennessee will cost between $281-311/mo; that's not including vision or dental. Vaco conveniently has a health benefit waver for you to sign within the first few pages of their packet.
- No work-life balance but that's attributed more to Google's culture than Vaco. Be prepared to make Google/work your life.
- Nearly impossible for any Vaco employee to be offered full-time employment at Google. Don't think this is your foot into Google.Advice to ManagementAdvice
- Pay your employee's a livable wage for technical jobs the Bay Area.
- Make a serious effort to offer better health benefits than Blue Shield/Cross. When some Kaiser plans aren't too much more, you know you're not trying.
- Don't allow on-site Vaco representatives to work alongside with their spouses who work as vendors. It compromises the integrity of the job.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO