ClickFunnels Overview

  • Eagle, ID
  • 201 to 500 Employees
  • 2014
  • Company - Private
  • Advertising & Public Relations
  • $50 to $100 million (USD)


ClickFunnels is the fastest growing Non- VC backed software company in the World. We are an online based software company that helps people to grow their companies through online Sales Funnels. We are a mostly remote company with an office based in Eagle, Idaho and an ...
Mission: ClickFunnels was created to help those interested in selling their products or services online easier, faster and maximizing the buying experience. Our successful business allows us to take an active role in many charitable organizations such as World Teacher Aid, and Operation ...

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"Great company"

Apr 22, 2022 - Anonymous Employee


Work life balance is great.


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  1. Software Quality Assurance Specialist Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
    Declined Offer
    Negative Experience
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    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at ClickFunnels (United States) in Mar 2022


    Interview process was relatively straightforward and casual. Two rounds of interviews--first with HR for about 15 mins, and the second with a QA Lead and senior tester for about 45 mins.

    The only sore spot was the job offer itself. Salary was great, but when it came time to negotiation, it made me realize that I dodged a bullet (or missile) with ClickFunnels.

    For each interview, I was upfront and made it explicitly clear that I was based in a state that was not covered under their W2 policy, but that I had every intention to relocate to a state that would be covered. I was assured that that wouldn't be an issue--that it was practically a non-issue, as it was emphasized to me that they had employees working outside of the US. And that if I wasn't in a state that would be covered, then contract work was an option.

    When I got the offer, I was given a start date of 2.5 weeks. That wasn't feasible for me--that's barely enough time to submit notice to my current employer and leave in good graces.

    When I asked for an extension, and mentioned (for the third time) about my situation, the offer was immediately rescinded. HR told me that this position (contrary to what I was told before) was not available for contract work, and that the start date was inflexible. Bear in mind that the HR representative who notified me of the offer was also the same one who interviewed me--who knew I wasn't currently based in a W2-covered state. The state I'm residing in was also very clearly listed in my resume, but I digress.

    Note that I did not demand to delay my start date, nor did I shoot down their proposal. I merely asked if it was possible to get an extension, which I thought was fair given my circumstances and given the support that they had supposedly shown me throughout the interview process.

    ClickFunnels didn't care though. No room for negotiations, no awareness of the utter hypocrisy and misinformation they've given me throughout the interview process.

    Frankly, I feel insulted and humiliated. This whole headache could have been avoided if ClickFunnels were competent in internal communication, reading comprehension, and information retention.

    Either way, I see this as a silver lining for myself--if this is how ClickFunnels treat prospective candidates, then imagine the disregard they likely hold towards their employees; it is a blessing that I learned this ahead of time.

    From the outside looking in, I have the clear impression that ClickFunnels does not care about its employees and would not hesitate to throw you aside the first chance it gets as soon as you inconvenience them (through no fault of your own).

    ClickFunnels, do better. You have wasted my time and energy, so the least you can do is smart up and treat others better than you did me. Though from my experiences, I severely doubt you are capable as you are now--but for the sake of future prospective applicants, I hope you do them right and treat them with the respect they deserve.

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