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Administrative Assistant

Gleim Publications Gainesville, FL

Administrative Assistant Provide high level clerical and administrative support for management for the various departments throughout the company… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Business Manager

Gleim Publications Gainesville, FL

CPA required. MBA a plus. 5 years management/supervision experience desirable. Accounting background required. Marketing and computer knowledge… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Accounting Professional

Gleim Publications Gainesville, FL

Accounting Professional Provide accounting, writing and editing support. Requirements - • Four year degree in Accounting. • CPA certification… Glassdoor


Gleim Publications Reviews

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    Great job for a young professional but not necessarily a long term career destination.

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    Former Employee - Sales in Gainesville, FL
    Former Employee - Sales in Gainesville, FL

    I worked at Gleim Publications full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Free Pretzels and soda. generally positive office moral.
    I feel like management really does want sales people to do well.
    Possible to make it into a career if your into sales. Many people at Gleim are long term and are doing well for themselves.
    Management are good people.

    Cons

    Hours were not to my liking. I'd prefer to go in earlier and get home at a decent hour. I usually had to work till after 7pm.
    Company is a bit flat which isn't terrible. If you're new it can seem like everyone at the company has different management position and your just the new person.
    It can get very repetitive in sales. Often times it seems like sales rates are more a product of time of the year then anything else.
    More important then # of sales, management wants sales people to have high call #'s. Pretty sure the sales peoples sales are just a small drop in the bucket vs sales Website. They want us to drive business by making calls at a high rate.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be a little more transparent with employees. Understandably some decisions have to be made without group input but its annoying to find out you are being moved to a new office via email the next day without a heads up or any discussion. Small stuff like that adds up.

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