I have been working at Clickbooth full-time (More than a year)
Freedom and flexibility to get the job done. Company policies are fair and known. Compensation is tied to performance. Positive culture
As an account manager, you will have a lot on your plate. This position is not for the weary!
Advice to Management
Continue growing and try not to lose sight of the culture, because that's a big motivator in keeping the talent here.
I applied online. I interviewed at Clickbooth.
Had 2 phone interviews over the phone and was told I would get a call back for a face-to-face interview. I followed up via email and no answer for about 2 weeks. I finally called them and they told me sorry they dropped the ball (they were busy) and wanted me to come in for an immediate interview. I waited for a half an hour beyond our meeting time for them to be ready for me. This place isn't what it used to be - the girls working in the lobby were super unprofessional. Tvs in lobby were off and it was so cold in there, light bulbs out in the lobby and dust everywhere. This place used to be spotless and casual yet professional. I don't know what happened but it's cold, dirty, and filled with unprofessional people. I met with a panel of people who were unprofessional looking (one person in a bathing suit with cover up on) and shot off critical thinking questions, one right after the other; no real time to think in between questions. I even got laughed at in the interview for a response to one of their questions, which was also unprofessional. I was not impressed at all.