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30+ days ago

SEO Manager

Onestop Internet Santa Monica, CA

Onestop Internet, Inc. (onestop.com) is a full-service e-commerce technology and distribution partner. We design, build and manage e-commerce… Onestop Internet


30+ days ago

Bilingual (Canadian French/English) Call Ctr. G/S Representative

Onestop Internet Rancho Dominguez, CA

Job Purpose: To build fruitful relationships with our guests through professional yet charming correspondence regarding all guest concerns via email… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

PPC Manager

Onestop Internet Santa Monica, CA

Manage marketing campaigns across Google Adwords and Bing AdcenterGrow Google Product Listing Ads (PLA) campaigns.Daily management of online… Glassdoor


Onestop Internet Reviews

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John Tomich
16 Ratings
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    A Good Company (IN THE MAKING).. No Transparency and/or Systems in Place

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    Former Employee - PPC Manager in Santa Monica, CA
    Former Employee - PPC Manager in Santa Monica, CA

    I worked at Onestop Internet as a contractor (less than an year)

    Pros

    The company gives a-lot of benefits to it's employees and somewhat cares about their motivation. Absolutely awesome location (3rd Street Promenade). Upper Executive Management seem to be really intelligent men who have a good vision.

    Cons

    Lack of communication. I do not know much about the El Rancho office, but it seems that the Santa Monica office is run more like a High School Social Circle rather than an office place. They pick their employees based on whether they would "click" with other individuals in the office. I do not believe in drinking with colleagues (I do not trust) nor do I believe in socializing with the company after work. I don't think anybody with a semi-decent social life to feel the need to ever do that. Onestop will interpret this as "bad" for their culture. Furthermore, there is a lack of communication between management and new hires. My boss worked in the EL Rancho branch while I worked in Santa Monica. He was an overall nice guy, but he lacked competence and character to lead anyone. I never got 1 status update or review on how well I was doing. Everything was a question mark...

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    More transparency between Santa Monica and El Rancho office.
    Train New Hires. DO not leave them to figure out everything by themselves.

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