- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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Finally, a company who understands project management and has both the foundation and best practices in place to allow their Project Managers to thrive. Competitive salary, positive, optimistic professional environment. They do a lot of the little things to let their employees know they care.
Recently acquired by SAP there's some uncertainty about what this means to the fieldglass culture long-term. While they do offer a paid vacations benefit their vacation plan is not as competitive as other companies.
Advice to Management
Continue to work closely with your direct reports to continue to foster the positive fieldglass environment.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took a week – interviewed at Fieldglass.
I first spoke with a company recruiter for a prescreen interview. An interview with a Rep (peer) on the team was next. The third step was to meet with the Manager.
- "Our comp plan is different from most- We're not a drive by shooting. (He literally used those words 10 mins into the call. He was referring to selling the Saas licenses and being paid out shortly after the contract is signed or when the client pays). We pay out after implementation is done. The sales cycles are often 6-9 months and implementation takes about 4 months so you're not likely to make any commissions in your first year. There is a set base salary at $100k and that's it, there's no negotiation." I asked if there were spiffs, MBO's or non-recoverable draws to help get a rep through year one. He replied, "No. Is the comp a deal breaker?" 1 Answer
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The Fieldglass Vendor Management System (VMS) allows organizations to better procure and manage their flexible workforces, including contingent labor and services managed through Statements of Work, such as project-based spend, offshore engagements and independent contractors. Leading companies rely on Fieldglass to gain visibility into complex services spend, improve worker quality, enforce corporate and external compliance and realize greater contingent workforce program efficiencies.