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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at LifeSeasons.

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10 English questions out of 10

April 12, 2021

What are perks and other benefits like at LifeSeasons?

Pros

1. Opportunity: I get access to projects and responsibilities that I would not normally get access to at my age and experience 2. Strong Culture: LifeSeasons is based on 3 core priniciples, Humility, Transparency, and Unity. I've seen the executive team walk away from high-performing business deals and employees just to preserve the culture. 3. Flexibility: As long as you get your work done, leadership will work with you to maintain work-life balance. 4. Benefits: Great Benefits

Cons

Part of working for a rapidly growing startup is constant change and pivoting. The leadership tries to fill everyone in, but at this pace some communication feels like it gets lost in the wind, leading to misunderstandings and confusion.

Advice to Management

I would slow down from time to time to regularly debrief with each department (everyone in that department) and make sure to answer any questions and review any changes that have occurred in the last month.

4. Benefits: Great Benefits

April 12, 2021

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October 28, 2021

How are senior leaders perceived at LifeSeasons?

Pros

Great management and culture, fantastic leadership

Cons

None, it was really a great high growth company

Great management and culture, fantastic leadership

October 28, 2021

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May 2, 2021

How are career development opportunities at LifeSeasons?

Pros

Free product, they are generous with this, and they can be flexible with working from home when you need which is nice! Customer service jobs are actually customer service, not cold calling or call center like.

Cons

This is an honest review of working at lifeseason as if I were talking to a friend who is considering working here. This is what I would say to you! If you are looking to grow and advance in your career, I would tell you to hold out and keep looking for a better opportunity. While I did meet some great people at lifeseasons, at the end of the day, this place will not advance your career. The high turnover in leadership is exhausting and you will find yourself recreating the same thing over and over again based on the guidance of whoever is in charge. The lifespan of an average executive is about a year. Especially within marketing. (Just check out LinkedIn and see how many people have previously worked here with a title of marketing VP or CMO). Also great performance doesn’t mean you will grow and advance, unfortunately there is some bias within the organization - this is a family business, which can have its perk, but also family advances quickly within the organization. Another thing, gender matters here. (Yes even in the 2020s!) if my friend was a female I would strongly suggest they wait longer. Men tend do well at this company. ( Again check LinkedIn and see how many females there are in a leadership role you might find 1!). If you were a friend in need of a job ASAP for whatever the reason, I would tell you, if you decided to work here, do not stop looking for something else. I would guarantee that within 6 months to a year, you would come back to what I’ve said above and laugh knowing it was spot on!

Advice to Management

Hire staff and trust them to do their job. Also be more progressive - get with the times...

If you are looking to grow and advance in your career, I would tell you to hold out and keep looking for a better opportunity.

May 2, 2021

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June 16, 2022

Why do LifeSeasons employees quit?

Pros

The products they sell are great.

Cons

Don’t believe the hype when interviewing or considering working for this company. If you are not related to anyone in the company you will not be successful. I was there for a very short time introduced great things to the customer service team. After laying out all of my development plans and began I implementing, my position was eliminated without notice. This company will sell you a pipe dream, however , again, if you are not related to anyone they will drop you. Please beware and proceed with caution.

Advice to Management

Life by your core values ,Honesty, Humility, and Transparency!!!!! Be honest and upfront with people by making people believe you are the best company to work for. Also, please stop posting positions when you know you want to hire a family member or close friend for a position.

After laying out all of my development plans and began I implementing, my position was eliminated without notice.

June 16, 2022

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April 12, 2021

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at LifeSeasons?

Pros

1. Opportunity: I get access to projects and responsibilities that I would not normally get access to at my age and experience 2. Strong Culture: LifeSeasons is based on 3 core priniciples, Humility, Transparency, and Unity. I've seen the executive team walk away from high-performing business deals and employees just to preserve the culture. 3. Flexibility: As long as you get your work done, leadership will work with you to maintain work-life balance. 4. Benefits: Great Benefits

Cons

Part of working for a rapidly growing startup is constant change and pivoting. The leadership tries to fill everyone in, but at this pace some communication feels like it gets lost in the wind, leading to misunderstandings and confusion.

Advice to Management

I would slow down from time to time to regularly debrief with each department (everyone in that department) and make sure to answer any questions and review any changes that have occurred in the last month.

1. Opportunity: I get access to projects and responsibilities that I would not normally get access to at my age and experience

April 12, 2021

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