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15 days ago

Internal Auditor (Global Retailer, Big4 welcome!)

Career Steps Hong Kong

• Conduct regular internal audit exercises to evaluate and review the internal controls (adequacy, efficiency and compliance thereof) in different… eFinancialCareers

22 days ago

Product Marketing Manager

Career Step LLC Provo, UT

• Sales enablement - shape and communicate the value proposition of the products to the sales team and develop the sales tools that support the… Career Step LLC

30+ days ago

Enrollment Advisor

Career Step LLC Provo, UT

s: We are currently looking for professional, self-motivated, and experienced sales representatives with a mission to make the world a better place… Career Step LLC

30+ days ago

Manager of Financial Analysis, Mergers & Acquisitions

Career Step LLC Provo, UT

• Performs detailed acquisition assessments for stakeholder evaluation • Defines business process needed to support deal development • Leads… Career Step LLC

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Mike Wilstead
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  • Lots to like, but lots of warts

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I have been working at Career Step full-time (More than a year)


    They try to establish a fun culture. Lots of fitness activities are held regularly: dodgeball, Ragnar, "Work out Wednesdays" twice a month ... However, they heavily support Ragnar (due to a favored VP being in charge of it), and give token support to other activities. Benefits are decent. Pay is decent if you are not a technical person. Most employees and managers are approachable and care. They place a lot of emphasis on the company values and mission statement and try to actually follow them.


    There are certain execs that have WAY too much clout with the company, in spite of being unsuccessful in whatever areas they have been put over. If you are not into schmoozing, your ideas are not listened to, nor will you be promoted. And too often, they promote unqualified people because they "play the game". Everybody is busy, busy. They have too much management for the amount of "ground troops" they have. That puts lots of stress and strain on those of us trying to get things done. They only seem to care about fully staffing marketing and sales. And I can say if you are a tech person (I have several friends on the tech team), you are underpaid and way understaffed.

    Advice to Management

    Value your employees beyond how funny they are or how well they schoomze. Listen to the dissenters and make it safe for them to speak out.

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