Goldline International

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Brian Crumbaker
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    Goldline is challenging, rewarding and excellent at training their employees

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    Current Employee - Senior Account Executive in Santa Monica, CA
    Current Employee - Senior Account Executive in Santa Monica, CA

    I have been working at Goldline International full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Bryan Crumbaker, the CEO, is really doing an amazing job of turning GL into a compliant, regulated company that is transparent and ethical. I have seen him transform this company into one that shows they care about their employees and want to see everyone do better. Out of all the gold companies out there, this is definitely the one to work for and I really feel Bryan cares about our welfare.
    Somebody wrote an extremely negative review and they clearly have years of experience in the industry. It's a bit surprising considering we all know that Goldline is now the only company that truly takes care of their customers and will be able to face regulation if/when that day comes for this industry.
    Also, this should not be overlooked, the benefits are great.
    I simply can't forget about the AE's either. This is truly a class act group of people to work with and I'm very happy to be a part of the team. I work with some fantastic people on the floor and some of management is terrific. They work hard to help us, the AEs, get our questions answered right away.

    Cons

    The leads are skewed. They tell you it is based on several factors, but when certain people always get the best leads, it is hard to believe they are distributed in a fair and just manner. However, the more effort you put in and they see you are working hard, that will make you get better leads and the results do show on your paychecks. It is a matter of just focusing and working with what you have to make the best of your database, which can be mentally challenging at times. For most of us, it is a roller coaster. So, I do understand the frustration when it comes to lead distribution and hope one day that changes. I've proven to be a closer and am loyal to the company; would be fantastic if the leads were more equally distributed.

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    I think my cons are what I would ask management to look at. I realize you all are working hard to make this company the best it can be on all levels and I'm very pleased with the direction it is going. I have been there for over 5 years and can honestly say this is a much better environment now versus before. It is evident how much effort is being put into making this a great working environment for the staff, as well as looking out for our clients.
    In current times, the market is much harder than it was before to write deals, except for certain people. We should all have a bigger piece of the pie, especially those who are skilled closers and have seniority. I'm not complaining, just stating what everyone wants and feels is deserved.

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Goldline International Interviews

Updated Sep 11, 2014
Updated Sep 11, 2014

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    I applied through other source. The process took 5 daysinterviewed at Goldline International.

    Interview Details

    I found out about this job from a friend who was already working there. I communicated through him for maybe 2 conversations before I received a phone call. Due to my friend's praises of me, that one phone call was to schedule an interview. When I arrived for the interview I had to wait for a little while due to the fact that the interviewer was busy. That bothered me a little because I had an appointment, and shouldn't have had to wait. First I had to wait in the small reception area, and then in a large conference room. When the interview finally started I was nervous, but the interviewer put me at ease. After the initial niceties, he told me the basics. How the company started, who runs it, and what they did. He then told me what would be expected from the position he was offering. We then talked about me, and my experience. Even though this was my first administrative job, he hired me on the spot due to my recommendation.

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Website www.goldline.com
Headquarters Santa Monica, CA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Mining & Metals
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

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