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Headsets.com Senior Leadership FAQ

Read what Headsets.com employees think about senior leadership and the CEO at the company.

Headsets.com has a Senior Management rating of 3.8, and Mike Faith, the CEO of Headsets.com, has an approval rating of 89% across the organization.

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How are senior leaders perceived at Headsets.com?

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November 12, 2021

Pros

The company wants to see you improve and become a better person both in the work place and out. Resources are provided and paid for by the company if you're serious about moving forward in your improvement and growth. Plenty of feedback from leadership and peers to keep you on track and let you know where you stand. There's never any moment where you think "Well, gosh! Why didn't someone tell me!?". You'll know when you're not performing. It's a smaller company so the CEO has the ability to be involved and more hands on. You have access to him for questions, concerns, ideas etc. He takes it all very seriously which is a breath of fresh air compared to most other companies. The office has a very structured environment but at the same time everyone is encouraged to have fun, be silly and above all else.. be WHACKY.

Cons

Some may see the amount of feedback as a con. You will be notified quite often of your mistakes or areas of improvement and expected to improve. Not a job for those simply wanting to do their job and get a check. You will be expected to perform on a consistent basis. These things can be a con or pro depending on who you are. :)

It's a smaller company so the CEO has the ability to be involved and more hands on.

November 12, 2021

Reviewed by: Team Leader in Nashville, TN (Current Employee)

November 12, 2021

Pros

The company wants to see you improve and become a better person both in the work place and out. Resources are provided and paid for by the company if you're serious about moving forward in your improvement and growth. Plenty of feedback from leadership and peers to keep you on track and let you know where you stand. There's never any moment where you think "Well, gosh! Why didn't someone tell me!?". You'll know when you're not performing. It's a smaller company so the CEO has the ability to be involved and more hands on. You have access to him for questions, concerns, ideas etc. He takes it all very seriously which is a breath of fresh air compared to most other companies. The office has a very structured environment but at the same time everyone is encouraged to have fun, be silly and above all else.. be WHACKY.

Cons

Some may see the amount of feedback as a con. You will be notified quite often of your mistakes or areas of improvement and expected to improve. Not a job for those simply wanting to do their job and get a check. You will be expected to perform on a consistent basis. These things can be a con or pro depending on who you are. :)

Plenty of feedback from leadership and peers to keep you on track and let you know where you stand.

November 12, 2021

Reviewed by: Team Leader in Nashville, TN (Current Employee)

2 English reviews out of 2