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How are senior leaders perceived at Reliant Funding?

11 English reviews out of 11

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May 15, 2019

Pros

Great new hire training with lots of ongoing support from managers, directors and coaches. You have the ability to make real money right away as long as you put forth the effort.

Cons

I haven't had a negative experience yet.

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you're doing!

Great new hire training with lots of ongoing support from managers, directors and coaches.

May 15, 2019

Reviewed by: Current Employee in San Diego, CA (Current Employee)

May 23, 2019

Pros

From the top down, the entire team at Reliant truly lives its values - hard work, great attitude. Adam is a fantastic CEO who is transparent, personable and passionate about the company, entrepreneurship and our customers, and what we do. Leadership has an open-door policy for its employees, and the employee team itself is energetic, friendly and supportive of each other. The energy of the company is fast paced but very positive. Hard work is expected but recognized and rewarded. I can honestly say it’s been one of the most challenging (in terms of tackling new things) but rewarding experiences of my career. One of the best aspects of Reliant is how it gives back to the community. The company regularly volunteers as a team at local non-profits throughout the year, and employees are sincere and enthusiastic about giving back. Very happy to be part of the Reliant team!

Cons

Fast-paced environment isn’t for everyone. But for those who can rise to the occasion, you have the chance to thrive.

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you’re doing!

Adam is a fantastic CEO who is transparent, personable and passionate about the company, entrepreneurship and our customers, and what we do.

May 23, 2019

Reviewed by: Anonymous in United States (Current Employee)

December 31, 2018

Pros

Awesome Opportunity to make immediate commision Great work environment Great Leadership and vision

Cons

Have to be self motivated Have to have great communication skills Have to be willing to be persistent

Great Leadership and vision

December 31, 2018

Reviewed by: National Account Executive in United States (Current Employee)

January 3, 2019

Pros

Great atmosphere if you are on the right team. CEO is amazing and full of energy and that trickles down.

Cons

If you aren't on the right team or don't fit in you are gone quickly. You'll see the hiring class of 15-20 and then in a month it will be down to 7-10 then again to 3-5 until there is only one left. Happens in every class

Advice to Management

Stop the revolving door because it kills the culture

CEO is amazing and full of energy and that trickles down.

January 3, 2019

Reviewed by: Anonymous in United States (Current Employee)

May 2, 2019

Pros

Commissions are solid. The training ramp up allowed me to make money quickly and see what's possible. After the training wheels come off, you have to hit the ground running. You can make double if not triple what I was making during the training period over the next couple of months, but you have to put in the work. I watched some other reps rely on managers to close deals for them... that doesn't work. The managers are very supportive and do help with hard deals to get funded, but you can't expect it to be handed to you. Feels good when you get a large commission check because you put in the efforts.

Cons

If you miss time, your commissions take a hit. You definitely have to be here to make the money. If you can set up your deals prior to going on vacation, it will hurt less. The growth means if you are cutting it, someone else will work the leads you aren't. You have to stay on your toes, not for people who wants to sit back and just answer the incoming leads.

Advice to Management

More consistency between managers. Even though you have your own dedicated manager, they each have their own approach and tactic. It's nice to have different ideas to closing a deal, but the styles are very different in how to coach the sales reps. Sometimes can be conflicting.

The managers are very supportive and do help with hard deals to get funded, but you can't expect it to be handed to you.

May 2, 2019

Reviewed by: Sales in San Diego, CA (Current Employee)

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