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Senior Account Executive

EarthLink Dallas, TX +9 locations

EarthLink (EarthLink Holdings Corp., NASDAQ: ELNK) provides managed network, security and cloud solutions for multi-location businesses. We help… EarthLink

23 days ago

Account Director

Earthlink West Palm Beach, FL +2 locations

include but are not limited to:Develop and maintain a comprehensive understanding of EarthLink s sales process and products and services in order to… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Account Director I

EarthLink West Palm Beach, FL +2 locations

* Develop and maintain a comprehensive understanding of EarthLink‚Äôs sales process and products and services in order to engage, present and propose…

23 days ago

Sales Engineer

EarthLink Metairie, LA

The Senior Sales Engineer collaborates with Sales Teams to produce technical, architectural, and engineering deliverables that lead to uncovering… Glassdoor

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EarthLink President & CEO Joseph Eazor
Joseph Eazor
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    Former Employee - Anonymous  in  Atlanta, GA
    Former Employee - Anonymous in Atlanta, GA

    I worked at EarthLink full-time for more than 8 years


    Hands down the people are the greatest asset of the company, especially the longer the tenure. Those who have been there 7+ years have established a great working rapport with each other, and try to encourage newer employees to do the same. Your coworkers want you to feel like part of the family, and most have an open door to support your needs. The benefits are excellent and the company has always looked for opportunities to care for its employees.


    After Garry's passing, a lot of life seemed to go out of the company. While a few of the innovations we tried to execute didn't pan out the way we hoped, we at least tried to reach for the sky and come up with new ideas. The more recent projects were designed to be stable, safe initiatives to benefit the bottom line. Absolutely nothing wrong with that, after all we still have shareholders we owe responsible work to, but everything seemed so vanilla and uninspired. New personnel that came in and had never worked with the founding team carry a haughty attitude that reflects a, "you're doing everything wrong," approach. The result deflated the creative ideas those of us left from the golden days pursued, and the idea of encouraging new creativity seemed discouraged. What's worse is that those in upper managment left from Garry's team seem burned out and just as equally uninspired to try something new. Work became a tedius labor.

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    I would hope that Joe Eazor might reach out to some of those tenured dreamers and find a way to make Earthlink a truly fun place to work again instead of just maintaining the staus quo. There are a lot of great people still there, just not a lot of energy behind the leadership.

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