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13 days ago

Enrollment Advisor

Career Step LLC Provo, UT

s: We are currently looking for professional, self-motivated, and experienced sales representatives with a mission to make the world a better place… Career Step LLC

22 days ago


Career Step LLC Provo, UT

• Answers and routes incoming calls to appropriate departments/individuals • Greets and directs visitors • Maintains and creates spreadsheets… Career Step LLC

27 days ago

Graphic Designer

Career Step LLC Provo, UT

• Manages projects from beginning to end, including concept, design, layout, approvals and print • Collaborates with marketing department members… Career Step LLC

30+ days ago

Software Engineer

Career Step LLC Provo, UT

• Design, implement and test features of web applications specifically for customers within the online training industry. • Collaborate with other… Career Step LLC

30+ days ago

Manager of Financial Analysis, Mergers & Acquisitions

Career Step LLC Provo, UT

• Performs detailed acquisition assessments for stakeholder evaluation • Defines business process needed to support deal development • Leads… Career Step LLC

30+ days ago

Web Content Developer

Career Step LLC Provo, UT

s: The Web Content Developer is responsible for creating and maintaining content for Career Step’s online training programs. Primary duties include… Career Step LLC

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Mike Wilstead
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  • Great environment, valuing people. Unfortunately, the work itself was never made to feel of value or import.

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    Current Employee - Web Design/Development in Provo, UT
    Current Employee - Web Design/Development in Provo, UT
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    No opinion of CEO

    I have been working at Career Step full-time (More than a year)


    Great environment, with company-wide "work-out wednesdays," RAGNAR teams, and even the occasional catered lunch. Loved my coworkers, and the really do encourage collaboration and interaction between teams.


    Simply put, none of management cared about my job. This was shown later, when the company had to weather some financial difficulties by keeping on ALL of the high-paid "mid-managers" and let go the majority of the developers, editors, and designers. When I left there was something like a 2 to 1 ratio between "ground troops" and management. Never given adequate time to complete projects, and designs were often dictated by the whims of uneducated management.

    Advice to Management

    Simply put - value your people by valuing the work they do. A lot was done at this company to make PEOPLE feel valued, which was great. But I never was made to feel like my work itself mattered.

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