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Junior Web Developer

Excelligence Learning Corporation Monterey, CA

Excelligence Learning Corporation is a leading developer, manufacturer, distributor and retailer of education products which are sold to child care… Excelligence Learning Corporation

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Kelly Crampton
6 Ratings

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    I worked at Excelligence Learning full-time (more than 3 years)


    It's a good "starter" job for someone straight out of school looking for experience.

    They sell a lot of arts and crafts supplies, and they usually give you reasons to play with them a few times a year.


    Management is pretty settled in their ways and aren't truly open to new ideas. Oh, they say they are, but everything always stays as it was. If you're not a manager, your ideas are worthless. They also tend to make excuses for the poor performance of some long-time employees.

    Longterm potential is pretty much zero. The company has no intention of ever giving anyone a raise. Although rumor has it that the managers are fed bonuses regularly. The rest of the employees are just lucky to have jobs. It's true that a lot of people have been there for 10+ years, but most of the new employees that come into the company leave within two years or so after seeing that it's a complete dead end for a career.

    Despite a recent facelift, the backend of their websites are all stuck in about 2003, which severely limits online growth potential.

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    Maybe put some effort into retaining talent instead of driving it away.

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