Guerrero Howe Jobs in Chicago, IL

Hiring? Post a Job
4 job openings Back to all jobs

Show:  All Results Last 7 Days
17 days ago

Developer – Apply on Glassdoor

Guerrero Howe Chicago, IL

• Online updates and redesigns, including new user-facing features across all sites • General web hosting management and daily website maintenance… Guerrero Howe

30+ days ago

Executive Assistant – Apply on Glassdoor

Guerrero Howe Chicago, IL

• Attend and help the CEO prepare for all high-level company meetings • Manage communication with the director-level staff as intermediary and… Guerrero Howe

30+ days ago

Content and Advertising Manager – Apply on Glassdoor

Guerrero Howe Chicago, IL

• Reach out via phone and e-mail to potential clients (CEOs and presidents) to be featured in our magazines • Promote our brand and the benefits… Guerrero Howe

30+ days ago

Associate Editor – Apply on Glassdoor

Guerrero Howe Chicago, IL

As the associate editor, you will serve as the managing editors indispensable ally in the production of all… Guerrero Howe

Guerrero Howe Reviews

Rating Trends
Recommend to a friend
Approve of CEO
(no image)
Pedro Antonio Guerrero & Chris Howe
17 Ratings
  • Helpful (2)

    The faster your learn the quicker you'll earn!

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Former Employee - Account Manager for American Healthcare Leader in Chicago, IL
    Former Employee - Account Manager for American Healthcare Leader in Chicago, IL
    Negative Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at Guerrero Howe full-time (Less than a year)


    - Friendly coworkers relaxed environment. - Lots of opportunity for commission and bonuses - Ability to take on projects and work outside of immediate role. So that keeps things interesting and looks good on a resume! - Ideas to save money through environmental initiatives was taken into account my upper management - Employs a lot of people with mismatched degrees and backgrounds. A haven for those out of school struggling to find work relevant to their degrees. - Dogs in the office, which raises everyone's spirits. - Most people are in their 20s or at least seem like it which is great for a young professional on the come up. - Ability to organize own time and work. - Hiring experience was great. Shouts out to Elyse Glab for being one of the most pleasant talent acquisition people I had to pleasure of being interviewed by and working with. - Was able to ramp up and begin making money quickly. Shouts out to Steven Zucker for being a great coach and coworker. - Great company outings that are certainly some of my best nights ever in Chicago. - Lots of opportunities for free lunch, free drinks as provided by the company. - Progressive environment and management practices. - It was clear that if I wanted to stay I would have the ability to move up into a management position and they would but me on a leadership development plan to make that work. Remember sales isn't for everyone. Sales people are a breed of their own but if you have thick skin and can persevere where your work isn't guaranteed to payoff you will do well. Once you succeed in sales you can succeed anywhere.


    - Some of the incentives were frustratingly unattainable. Like when you can't get bonus commission because you need both the revenue and the lead count brought in to earn it. While sales only needs revenue. - Everyone took lunch at the same time and that is problematic because many times I've had to skip it to take calls. Doesn't make a lot of sense when we organize all other aspects of our jobs ourselves. - Certain directors should make a good effort to stop making non-PC comments cause it'll eventually catch up to them. Not a big deal but some people can make it a big deal so might as well act professional and avoid the situation entirely. - Certain directors should also not bother people with pointless phrases masked as advice while they're on a call. - The benefits where lacking. It's a new company and margins for the industry are small so it should be expected. - Commission structure wasn't the greatest I've seen. - Some lack of communication between management and the front line. Leads to questioning of job security and concerns about the real interests of the company. - Office is always too cold and too hot! Bring layers to work, that's a must! Overall though I was very grateful to have the opportunity to work here and it's been positive experience. Coming in I was concerned with some of the glassdoor reviews I saw but found it's really not bad at all. There's a lot of opportunity to make cash and that's why you work.

    Advice to Management

    You need a way to be more competitive as an employer. That's how you get better talent and retain the great talent you have already.

Work at Guerrero Howe? Share Your Experiences

Guerrero Howe

Click to Rate
Don't Miss Out On a Job You Love
Upload a resume to easily apply to jobs from anywhere. It's simple to set up.