Clarity Services

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9 Reviews
3.3
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Tim Ranney
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    Disorganized Data Company

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Clearwater, FL
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Clearwater, FL

    I worked at Clarity Services full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    I would love the health insurance if I were single. Prices are even more outrageous if you have children.

    Very nice office

    Met some great folks that taught me a lot during my time with this company. If you are wise you leave on your own and do not stay long.

    Real talent lives in the IT,product, and analytic departments.

    Work hours are flexible at times especially for sales

    CEOs jokes are hilarious

    Cons

    Sales team is safe for eternity. This company builds them up to be superior to everyone in the organization.
    Compared to other organizations I have worked for they are horrible! Their only real skill is they can push work off and pick up a dinner tab. Can not do their job that is to sell data and rely on the CEO or product to sell everything. The CEO likes it this way. Often thought of an inside joke within the company.

    Senior management are all employed due to the fact that they were close friends with the CEO at previous times

    Some jobs are pointless meaning employers can freely pick up a paycheck and put 20 hours of work in a month. Lack of any structure. Did I mention paid monthly.

    raise or bonus= forget it

    Your pay will get cut or you will get cut when the company hits a rough patch.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You let the CEO direct your job. Start establishing process and clean up disorganization within every department. Professional growth plans are appreciated.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO