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What Employees Say
I have been working at Workfront full-time for more than a year
It's rare to find a sales organization so obsessed with the development of its reps and their skillset. The Digital Sales Org at Workfront has been the best place I could ask for to learn how to... become a sales professional in the technology Saas industry. My manager gave me several opportunities to develop my leadership muscles and I was always challenged to help my peers and leveraged my talents that she helped me to identify in myself. The Directors and VP also personally took painstaking efforts to help me feel valued and let me develop. I feel like my leaders are very approachable and are open to feedback, even when it may be hard for them to hear. I know that with the resources available, my success is determined by my willingness to be coached and to implement training in my prospecting efforts. I love the energy of the sales floor and feel fortunate to be surrounded by so many talented, caring individuals who sincerely celebrate each other's success.
I do feel that some of us have been sold on the dream of becoming a professional salesperson specifically at Workfront. The opportunities to move into a midmarket AE position haven't been as frequent... as some of us would have liked so some of my peers have taken AE gigs at other saas firms in the area, but across the board their DSR experience at Workfront is what has helped to set them apart and prepare them for their next step.
Advice to Management
Certifications feel really monotonous and rote right now. I understand their importance but things should change from the way they are currently.
I have been working at Weave full-time for less than a year
The company is growing at an insane rate, doubling in revenue in a single year. C level executives recognize this is due to the special culture and work ethic of its employees, so they reward us and... treat us extremely well. Paternity/Maternity Leave: Year Supply of Diapers/Wipes, Door Dash Gift Cards, and Generous Time Off UnCapped Earnings Lunches, constant bonuses, on site barber shop.
It is your every day sales job. Heavy grunt work making a minimum of about 70 calls a day.