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What Employees Say
I worked at ClubRunner full-time
Compensation was slightly above average. Some co-workers were decent people.
I can not stress enough what a terrible workplace this was. Their rigorous interview process inspired confidence at first but becomes questionable at a certain point and is nothing short of... regrettable after accepting the job. They lure you in with talk of their "core values" and "work-life balance" and all of the wonderful things that await you. ...and once you are in? What a horror show. Most staff are cautiously friendly but you quickly realize that many of them are scared stiff. Why? Because most of them have seen how the sausage is made. In spite of their claims about employee satisfaction and retention, it's easy to see how many people have come and gone. Any talk of "values" from the management is not just false advertising, it's the iron fist in a velvet glove. Management will talk the talk but when it comes down to it, some of the most heartless human behavior I have witnessed in the workplace occurred at ClubRunner - and I've been around the block. Sometimes it was subtle, sometimes it was very overt but employees are undermind and pitted one against the other in various ways. Want to survive at ClubRunner? Lay low. Do not do anything that might be perceived as "outshining" anyone. If you are asked for input and want to keep the job? Smile and nod and tell them how wonderful things are. Nothing more, nothing less. Leaving ClubRunner was among the best career moves I have made and I can not caution people enough about staying away from this place. The compensation was slightly above average but what's it really worth when you dread coming to work? Unless you are completely desperate, I would not waste the time and effort that it takes to stay alive in there.