Compare Underground Elephant vs Houzz BETASee how Houzz vs. Underground Elephant compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I worked at Underground Elephant full-time for more than a year
-High growth opportunity, still in start up mentality -Great Business Model -Freedom to be creative- Use your own methods to sell and make a customer happy -Very family-esque culture
-This job isn't for everyone, expect high dials, expect bad days, expect overcoming objections. You make your own paycheck. -There is high growth but only the consistently best will reach it. Don't... think you're getting a promotion just because you have a few good months. Prove your worth.
Advice to Management
Try to follow through with business projects and objectives, you can't accurately plan if the goals change every month.
I have been working at Houzz full-time
I immediately felt at home here and am consistently amazed by the connections I continue to make every day. Houzz has successfully obtained a stellar group of employees and I know many will be... lifelong friends. Positive, fun atmosphere- supportive & friendly coworkers and tons of fun activities in the office Catered breakfast on Mondays and lunch on Fridays, along with a fully stocked kitchen Quarterly birthday parties with each person's favorite dessert for everyone to try Random surprises like an espresso bar on National Coffee Day Completely covered health/vision/dental insurance and pet insurance as well Every Wednesday is Workout Wednesday and you can wear your workout gear which is awesome- office attire is already very casual and laid back Monthly Healthy at Houzz events- Past events have been aerial yoga, pilates, barre, krav maga, sparkcycle Multiple patios overlooking Petco Park- beautiful 360 windows all around the office with views of downtown Paid parking right by the office- a big win for DT SD Cold brew, kombucha on tap, nespresso machine This office is almost completely sales so you constantly hear reps cheering on each other's sales and encouraging each other to succeed- there are also lots of incentives and contests on top of the uncapped commission structure In my interview process, I was promised development and I have seen much of that take effect from a very early point. I respect and trust my manager and know he is committed to helping both me and the team succeed Work-life balance is definitely valued as all of the sales team members are hourly and never work more than a 40 hour work week and the salaried team members are also strongly encouraged to only work their 40 hours as well I am so excited to be a part of this company and can't wait to be a part of our many successes to come!
Frequent desk moves, that is really it