Compare N2 Publishing vs MOGL BETASee how MOGL vs. N2 Publishing compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at N2 Publishing full-time for more than 3 years
Residual income, bonuses, you are the boss, set your own schedule, build relationships, provide value to the community, help businesses grow, lots of support, amazing coworkers and staff,... opportunities for personal growth, leadership opportunities, travel opportunities, recognition, fulfilling, consistent improvements to the system/workflow, technological advances, they listen to your input, franchise cares about you and your family
your mind/fear can get in the way of doing the work, 100% commission, it's your business/no one to hold your hand/keep you accountable (unless you ask), dealing with rejection/not taking it... personally, self-sabotage can prevent you from being successful
Advice to Management
Keep doing an amazing job!
I have been working at MOGL full-time for more than 3 years
I have worked at Mogl for over 3 years, the culture here is the best I have ever experienced. It offers a very open environment between C level executives and entry level employees. The direction... that the executives are taking this company is very clear, and everyone top to bottom is obviously excited to be a part of our journey. Nearly every person in this company is very career driven and willing to do whatever it takes to move up and grow with the company, you rarely see so many dedicated individuals in one place. Everyones drive means you have to go way above and beyond to acheive the internal promotions offered here, because you're competing against some superstars. Every month we hit goal in sales we go out on a company event, my favorites have been, paint balling, go carting, and last month we rented jet ski's in the bay. Additionally, we're moving to a new super start-upy office with 2 kegerators!! and it's like double the size of our current one which is great for expansion. There are probably 3, maybe 4 start-ups in the San Diego area that this far along and so likely to become something massive. I feel very lucky to have received the opportunity to be a part of this one.
As far as cons go there's nothing outside of your standard start-up challenges which could also be viewed as pro's, you're payed a little less but offered stock, changes happen regularly that may or... may not affect you, some of the cultural traditions can be cheesy, goals can be massive, tough work life balance, and there's fairly high pressure on your performance. Again, these are standard Start-Up challenges, that double as pros, and the payoff of embracing these things can be life changing. I wouldn't have it any other way.
Advice to Management
Put basketball hoops in the new office and keep doing what you're doing it's obviously working.