I worked at ExecUwin full-time (More than a year)
Lots of focus on individual growth and training. They have a dashboard focused around individual growth and do quite a bit of follow up in those regards. Working here was great as an intern.
They don't know how to differentiate an intern and employee. They use a large supply of unpaid interns in this and its sister companies (I have some doubts towards the full legality of how much they use unpaid interns.) But then once you are an employee they treat you the same.
They try and get lots of extra hours out of you while paying you the absolute minimum possible to sustain yourself. The first question they ask you when you talk about pay is what is the absolute minimum you could possible live with, and then they try to pin you at that level with the "opportunity" of getting higher returns or margins on sales or "potential" for ownership in the company. But they don't understand the actual returns on the market, delay payment to employees, and don't deliver on promises of equity.
In short they (mostly the owner/founder) are some where between extremely frugal or downright cheap. But no matter how you state it it comes down to the fact that they are disrespectful and undervalue their employees.
Advice to Management
Until you have a competitive level of compensation and benefits you are going to have high turnover and will only be able to hire those desperate for work. And for a company that is supposedly all about making the right fit... take a dose of your own medicien
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