- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Everbrite full-timeNo opinion of CEONo opinion of CEO
Solid experience for future opportunity in industry. Family-owned WI business. M-F hours with some additional early morning and evening hours during summer and fall. Many long-standing customer relationships, and opportunity to build great relationships with field contacts.
Lack of flexibility to accomodate for busier periods during summer and fall, and slower times in winter and spring. High turn-over in many customer service roles. Unscrupulous hiring/firing and employee relations practices.
Advice to Management
Treat all employees fairly. Apply fair hiring and employee relations practices. Work on increasing workplace professionalism, and provide incentives for employees to stay with the organization to drive tenure among new hires. Develop opportunities for logging in remotely and telecommuting for those employees who have a larger volume of accounts and have proven themselves to increase work-life balance during busy times.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through other source – interviewed at Everbrite.
As an employee working in Customer Service, I had applied for the Account Manager position to further my career with the company. Even though I already worked there, they had me do a panel review with HR, my boss and three other Senior Account Managers. It felt somewhat intimidating considering these people all knew what kind of an employee I was yet asked me very detailed interview questions. It was as though I hadn't worked there for years already. I just feel like if they didn't think I was a good fit, they shouldn't have interviewed me.
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Who needs sunlight when Everbrite is on hand to show the way? The company designs, manufactures, and markets an array of light-emitting diode (LED), neon, and fluorescent signs for restaurants and bars, ballparks, and retail stores. Everbrite's outdoor products range from directional signs to freestanding identification signs and athletic scoreboards. Indoor products include neon point of purchase signs, fluorescent-lit menu display cases, clocks, and medical lights for MRI rooms. The company operates through multiple facilities in the US and a manufacturing site in ...