CLEAResult FAQ

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37 English questions out of 37

February 17, 2019

What is health insurance like at CLEAResult?

Pros

Pay and health insurance are good.

Cons

Micromanagement , and switching person's job to another they were not hired for.

Advice to Management

Micromanagement hurts moral of worker's.

Pay and health insurance are good.

February 17, 2019

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September 6, 2019

What are perks and other benefits like at CLEAResult?

Pros

Opportunities To Grow, Training opportunities, Free soda, Benefits are average, nice perks like free popcorn, flexible work hours etc.

Cons

Pay: If you do good work, you'll get rewarded by being given more responsibilities but not extra pay. Promotions are more lateral than upward. If you want to move up in the company, then you have to apply for the position and a lot of it is based on who you know, so if you're not likable then chances are you won't get many opportunities no matter how good a worker you are.

Advice to Management

Pay your employees appropriately for the work that they do.

Opportunities To Grow, Training opportunities, Free soda, Benefits are average, nice perks like free popcorn, flexible work hours etc.

September 6, 2019

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January 1, 2019

What is the retirement plan like at CLEAResult?

Pros

I do not work any longer in that cess pool of abusive and incompetent managers, who are only looking out for themselves.

Cons

There are so many cons, not really sure where to start. The managers are the worst I have ever worked with in my career. Benefits are not good to downright terrible. For example, the 401k is only 3.5% match AFTER 3 years. Vacation days are decent on paper, but you will not be allowed to use them all due to bill-ability targets. Work hours are incredibly stretched. It was very common for me to put in 60 hour weeks. In fact, a good week was anything less than 55 hours. There were not very many good weeks. Bonuses, well, have NEVER seen one paid out! Why people stay with this company is beyond me.

Advice to Management

None for management. My advice is for anyone looking at this company as a potential employer. Don't do it! I do not have the words to explain how bad it is there. Read these reviews. There is no future there!

For example, the 401k is only 3.5% match AFTER 3 years.

January 1, 2019

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December 20, 2020

What is paid time off like at CLEAResult?

Pros

Flexibility with schedule. That is about it.

Cons

Management does not work with you on how to improve, just gives you a number that you are supposed to reach every day. Unwilling to help with people who have disabilities/learning issues. You get 2 weeks PTO - one week holiday and the other week sick time, but you get penalized for using 3 sick days in a 3 month period. Honestly ridiculous.

You get 2 weeks PTO - one week holiday and the other week sick time, but you get penalized for using 3 sick days in a 3 month period.

December 20, 2020

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April 8, 2020

Does CLEAResult offer family leave?

Pros

Management SAYS the right things and the company CLAIMS to have a noble mission - but none of this matters in reality because it is nothing but words. Portland office is stunning.

Cons

How you treat your Employees will determine the FATE of your company. Show employees you genuinely care. Any effort a company is putting to keep their staff will go a long way in sustaining the culture and brand. Sadly, many leaders don’t care nor do they wish to care because they think caring is detrimental to the bottom line these days. These rough times are a true test of a company's corporate culture and values, especially those who say they "value people" or " put people first". As a leader everyone is looking to you. Do everything you can to fight for your employees and if you must let them go, make sure you use emotional intelligence and empathy during the termination process. "This too shall pass", and some companies have been laying off great employees out of panic. They soon might realize that they need these people immediately when things get back to normal. These companies are just focusing on the short term. Reactionary management is not strategic leadership. One thing they are not thinking of, when we are all up and running again—they may find it harder to retain loyal employees or attract top talent. And if I was in the job market, an interview question I would definitely ask would be, “how did your company handle the pandemic?” It's not even 2-3-4 months of lockdowns and companies have already started lay offs. If your Crisis Management Strategy is just to throw people overboard when the going gets tough, you will be in for a rude awakening. Cost cutting by cutting your main pipeline may not be such a smart idea. You would be losing intellectual resources and at a bigger risk of not maintaining a competitive advantage. Employees are the branches of a tree that makes a company grow. They are your best brand ambassadors. Loyalty is a two-way street. Don't treat your people only as the means to an end. Demonstrate that you value people and in return, you will earn their loyalty. Salaried employees endured 2 weeks of threats to lower their pay by 20% and then were abruptly terminated. In my case, my manager couldn't be bothered to speak with me but his boss called out of the blue, fired me, and then hung up. Little severance was offered. All under the guise of "saving the company" when they are STILL ACTIVELY hiring! Portland office is still as bad as years old reviews say. People are rude, won't make eye contact or speak when you say hello. "Culture" activities are really only intended for a select few. You aren't welcome if you try to be outgoing and include yourself. Overall company has a right hand/left hand problem meaning no one (even senior managers) knows what anyone does or how it contributes to the company. Safety: Extremely lacking. CEO claims "safety first" but gutted the department. Human Resources: There's about 1,000 HR employees, none of which are willing to help you with even basic issues. Benefits: Slightly below what other companies of this size offer. They like to brag that they've added parental leave recently but that's only because so many states currently or will soon require it. IT: Echoes HR issues described above.

Advice to Management

Stop with the core values discussions. There is no depth to your words. Please don't respond with a "tough times due to COVID-19" statement. You are actively recruiting while terminating valuable employees so the tough times trope is tired.

They like to brag that they've added parental leave recently but that's only because so many states currently or will soon require it.

April 8, 2020

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