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18 days ago

Assistant Controller

Clearlink Salt Lake City, UT

Assistant Controller Are you a world-class accountant who would enjoy working in a fast-paced, high growth environment? CLEARLINK is the… Clearlink

7 days ago

Inside Sales Associate - Training Provided

Clearlink Orem, UT +2 locations

Are you ready for a new career in an exciting environment that’s like no other call center? It’s time to check out CLEARLINK! We are currently… Clearlink

6 days ago

Brand Compliance Specialist

Clearlink Salt Lake City, UT

• Conduct periodic internal reviews or audits of CLEARLINK's websites and websites belonging to CLEARLINK affiliates to ensure compliance procedures… Clearlink

20 days ago

Data Warehouse Programmer/Analyst

Clearlink Salt Lake City, UT

We are looking for an Data Warehouse Programmer/Analyst to join our team at our Salt Lake City location who will be responsible for: • Design… Clearlink

14 days ago

Creative Director

Clearlink Salt Lake City, UT

Are you ready for a job where you can demolish the “way it’s always been done?” Are you inspired by grabbing your team, heading outdoors and… Clearlink

5 days ago

Marketing Account Coordinator

Clearlink Salt Lake City, UT

• Provide day to day support to affiliates and clients via phone and email • Work closely with Client’s teams to plan and execute new promotions… Clearlink

Clearlink Reviews

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61 Ratings

    A great company that I am proud to have been a part of!

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    Former Employee - Sales Manager in Salt Lake City, UT
    Former Employee - Sales Manager in Salt Lake City, UT

    I worked at Clearlink full-time (more than 5 years)


    The best thing about this organization is its commitment to provide truly committed employees with great benefits and their understanding of a need for a positive work-life balance. It is increasingly difficult in a corporate world to truly try to re-invest in employee happiness and while everything they try does not always bear fruit, the effort and dedication has always been there. That is a rare thing in this world. As with all businesses, the bottom line is the most important result but this is a place that genuinely tries to balance that fact with the needs of its employees.


    This has been a very rapidly growing organization for a number of years and as in any growing business, the bigger it gets, the more corporate the environment becomes. While I truly believe the organizational management does their best to keep this a people oriented organization, pressures from investors and a board that is increasingly distant from the day to day operations of the businesses have put pressure on the organization to lean towards emphasizing profits over people on a day to day basis. My observation of the organization over the last year leads me to believe that the goal in the next 1-2 years is to sell to a larger entity so decisions in management are being made that will hopefully maximize short term revenue and profit margins at the expense of all the great people who have called CLEARLINK home for a long time and morale has suffered as a result. The funny thing is that this deteriorating culture has knocked this business down to a 9.7 from a 9.9 on a "great places to work" scale. For over 5 years this has been my home and my family. I dont know if there is a better way to share my appreciation for what CLEARLINK has meant to me as a person and employee that to leave and honest and real review for others to see. If you are looking to work here, its an organization of real people with the best of intentions who are trying to do their best in a complicated world and business environment. I will forever be grateful for the 5 years I was able to be a part of the CLEARLINK family

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    This place means an awful lot to an awful lot of good people. They are scared that their company and home is moving away from them and are hurt by that. If the company is going to stay under current management long term with an emphasis on keeping the culture and employee focused vision, this needs to be communicated because your workforce is scared their wonderful world is going away.....That is why I am gone

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