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30+ days ago

Senior Manager

immixGroup Mc Lean, VA

· Build and maintain profitable client relationships based on achievement of client growth targets · Create a client business plan, ensuring the… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Account Manager 1

immixGroup Mc Lean, VA

As Account Manager 1, youll find the challenges you seek and the chance to prove your abilities with your results-oriented approach. Surrounded by… Glassdoor

8 days ago

Compliance Analyst

Immixgroup McLean, VA

• Acts as the primary point of contact for channel partners, supporting the point of sale (POS) reporting and compliance • Conducts partner… Monster

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Arthur Richer
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    Former Employee - Account Manager, Technology Sales  in  McLean, VA
    Former Employee - Account Manager, Technology Sales in McLean, VA

    I worked at immixGroup


    - All Account Managers are wonderful and FUN people. That is what keeps most people at immix.
    - Lots of happy hours at McCormick's
    - Free coffee/tea/soda
    - Office has colored walls, artwork, lots of light
    - Free trainings on federal procurement, compliance, legal/Ts&Cs, etc
    - Team-building outings
    - Formal on-boarding & training process
    - Standard Operating Procedures documents are on intranet


    - The executives at the top are 100% "boys club"
    - Communication is poor
    - News (and rumors) spread like wildfire - be very careful who you share info with
    - Culture shifted recently from doing what it takes to help government customers to doing what it takes to make one's call stats
    - High stress
    - Commission is extremely small
    - Lots of office politics
    - No overtime pay; long hours with little-to-no incentives
    - Most of the experienced employees were driven out because they were too expensive. This leaves little knowledge transfer between peers
    - All new hires are very young and inexperienced...some would say moldable
    - Salaries are below market-value
    - Middle management rarely expresses alternate views of the future of the business and/or HR-related issues to upper management
    - 1 or 2 upper/middle managers in particular are very two-faced
    - Churn and burn atmosphere

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    Value your employees, and they will value you. Nurture them, and they will nurture your bottom line. Give them respect as employees and as people, and they will in turn stay loyal to you and grow your business.

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