90% of the CEO
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I have been working at Paycom full-time for more than 3 years
Pros – Catered lunches= $4.
Constant Paycom cheer leading & freebies (ie: shirts, pens, etc).
Medical care= $1 (not including vision & dental).
Company wide participation events (ie: contests, trivia, fundraising).
Company is growing and there is good job security.
Benefits are decent & there is a 401k plan with match.
For many departments, generally consistent hours.
Cons – Lots of office politics.
Cliques are not discouraged.
The quality of your experience working for Paycom will depend on your department/team
In my own team, employees with bad work ethics have been rewarded, good behaviors are overlooked.
On the same note, rewards are often left to chance instead of merit.
Don't expect to get most holidays off-- do expect to come in during inclement weather... or else.
Not a lot of vacation or sick time.
Internal growth is minimal outside of your own department, Paycom has few internal positions posted, most are for external applicants only .
Lower level management has "training" on leadership by people inexperienced in leadership. Managers/leads don't understand what it means to be a leader as opposed to a "boss."
The company calls itself a training company, but when 20 somethings are training on topics they have no experience with... lessons can't be taken seriously.
Lacks diverse work force. Lots of fresh out of college, women, in their early 20s. This can make for a very "high school" atmosphere.
No part-time positions.
The interview process .... is just terrible on every level from tests to the interviewers being prepared.
Advice to Senior Management – Be consistent within the company on expectations. Don't let some departments have rampant poor work ethics while others have high standards. Set company standards for what is expected and enforce them... for example, some departments have very high punctuality standards, others allow tardiness to run rampant.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2013-12-06 16:53 PST
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I have been working at Paycom
Pros – Nice office, people are mostly friendly. The benefit package for single people without children is very nice.
Cons – The pay is minimal for college graduates. One can make more money at any retail store without a degree.
Advice to Senior Management – Spend less money on snacks, and more money on employees.
2010-09-13 09:04 PDT
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