Paramour Industries Reviews
Pros – learned a lot
very nice people
good growth opportunity
I really had a great time there. The manager was very understanding with my personal schedule since i just had a baby and helped me work around my crazy schedule.
everyone was super nice and I have made many friends from working here
the company really focuses on your personal goals instead of just working towards the companies goals. I really felt that they cared about me. I guess that is the beauty of working for a smaller company
I am excited to see this company grow over the next few years. The opportunity is amazing to be able to bet into an executive position in a short amount of time, as long as you stay focused.
All the lessons I was taught here, are being applied to my professional career and is something I will keep for the rest of my life
I have recommended my two younger siblings who are in college to take an internship at paramour industries for the amazing knowledge they can provide for them.
Cons – lots of challenges when i first started but everyone was willing to help me. It really put me out of my comfort zone which I eventually learned to love since it was helping me get more confident since im a natural introvert
Unfortunately I had to leave this position due to my husband being transferred to North Carolina for work so I had to go with him. I am hoping that paramour will be expanding soon to the North Carolina area.
Advice to Senior Management – More office in other states to have more travel opportunities
i think maybe hiring a few more managers to work in the company will help since they have so many clients and the managers always seem busy with something. I dont see that as a bad thing but maybe bring a few more people on to help out and lighten the work load for them
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
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Pros – Boss is pretty cool and works around your schedule and there is some room for advancement, called management training program
Cons – Tons of driving, very little pay, morning meetings and pm shifts, you work in a sams club
Advice to Senior Management – Pay more