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Darvin Boothe
14 Ratings

    Performance mattters, accountability is the name of the game

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    I have been working at MISource full-time for less than a year


    I've been here for almost a year and I've noticed a stark contrast between those who succeed and those who do not. This company is remarkably up front with their expectations. If you live up to their expectations you are statistically likely to be very successful (likely, not guaranteed). The commissions and compensation are very reasonable, especially after a recent restructuring.


    The small size means there's nowhere to hide. While they are reasonable with feedback and coaching, persistent underperformance will be watched closely. You will be expected to rise to the occasion. This company has historically hired younger, more inexperienced people in an attempt to mold them into their ideal employees and this comes with a trade off. It means that many of these recent college grads have a sense of entitlement and as a result might resent scrutiny. If you work here, just try to be honest with yourself and know that they want people who have lofty goals and will put their money where their mouths are. You are required to be here 40 hours a week but realistically, to succeed you will have to put in more hours than you may like.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    so far so good! Just keep involved and aware of the changing business needs and try to develop solid traditions to give a sense of stability.