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12 days ago

Revenue Development Representative- San Francisco/Bay

GuideSpark Menlo Park, CA

• Prospecting & cold calling for new clients & logging activity into GuideSpark’s CRM (Salesforce) • Accurately and candidly qualifying new… GuideSpark


10 days ago

Contract Recruiter

GuideSpark Menlo Park, CA

• Manage full cycle recruiting process with a focus on a variety of positions in Content, Marketing, Sales, Engineering, and Product Management… GuideSpark


19 days ago

Events Marketing Manager

GuideSpark Menlo Park, CA

The Events Marketing Manager is responsible for a portfolio of high-profile events attended by GuideSpark customers, prospective customers… GuideSpark


4 days ago

Operation Project Manager

GuideSpark Menlo Park, CA

• Understand the needs of the Content Services and Customer Success teams and adapts solutions as needs change. • Fulfills requests for updates to… GuideSpark


2 days ago

Product Manager – new

GuideSpark Menlo Park, CA

Content Product Managers are at the intersection of everything happening with the GuideSpark product, and their impact is felt across the company… GuideSpark


5 days ago

Customer Success Manager Associates

GuideSpark Menlo Park, CA

Because we’re voted one of the Best Places to Work in the Bay Area. Because we’re on the Forbes Most Promising Companies list. And… GuideSpark


30+ days ago

Account Specialist

GuideSpark Menlo Park, CA

The ideal candidate will be adept at both communicating and navigating a Fortune 100 customer and working collaboratively in cross-functional teams… GuideSpark


12 days ago

Manager, Customer Success

GuideSpark Menlo Park, CA

Because we’re voted one of the best places to work in the Bay Area. Because we’re on the Forbes Most Promising Companies list. And because we’re… GuideSpark


12 days ago

Revenue Development Representative

GuideSpark Boston, MA

• Prospecting & cold calling for new clients & logging activity into GuideSpark’s CRM (Salesforce) • Accurately and candidly qualifying new… GuideSpark


17 days ago

Lead Dev Ops Engineer

GuideSpark Menlo Park, CA

Meet the “Garage” – GuideSpark’s engineering ground zero/hub/headquarters/think tank/home. We’re not your usual engineering org. We believe it’s… GuideSpark


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    Conservative, Growing Start Up with GREAT people.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Menlo Park, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Menlo Park, CA

    I have been working at GuideSpark full-time

    Pros

    The people who work st GuideSpark are some of the friendliest I've ever met. Nearly everyone will go out of his or her way to help out and support one another's success. Coworkers not only co-exist, but are friends and feel like family. When you work with smart, fun, determined and innovative coworkers, the job seems much better. The company itself is growing and doing well. Things look bright in the future for shareholders, which I think a lot of employees forget. When you look at the big picture, there is hard work involved in growing toward success. The leadership team is experience and qualified. Also just added an unlimited PTO policy, which affirms trust that employees are working hard and should take time off to recharge.

    Cons

    A lot of people talk about pay and I think this is a legitimate concern. The company is conservative when it comes to pay, but I think that comes from the top down. In order to grow and maintain a secure foundation, there aren't a lot of the "extras" you'll find in the Valley (no game room, massage chair or on-site launder). Working from home would be a HUGE plus in this company, but that doesn't seem to be across the horizon.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    I think if employees were given the option to work from home one day a week, it would boost morale and show appreciate and trust that employees are committed to their jobs. I also think that upper management needs to really pay attention and build relationships with the "average joes" of the company and communicate in a way that all employees can relate to - what applies to them and how decisions affect their everyday lives.

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