Mission: Liquidity Services, Inc.'s mission is to provide business and government clients and buying customers with the world's most transparent, innovative, and effective online marketplaces and integrated services for surplus assets.
I worked at Liquidity Services full-time (More than a year)
It started out great as I was promoted quickly.
Management change which came with a strict stretch schedule and if you did not stand up and stretch you would be written up. It did not matter if you were on a call with a customer or other management members, had just sat down, or in the middle of an important assignment you were required to stand and stretch, break your focus and attention from the task at hand, or face a threat of punishment.
Advice to Management
Treat employees with respect & not harass them for not following your strict "stretch" schedule. Also, not make comments out loud to employees that "kids are more trouble than they are worth" when one of their workers kids get sick and needs to leave to go and pick them up from school.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Liquidity Services (Washington, DC) in May 2015.
I was connected with the company via a recruiter. There was a writing assignment/brand review which seemed fitting given their recent relaunch of their main corporate profile. The rounds of phone interviews with different executives across various departments made it seem like the position would have a lot of challenges, opportunities and be a true leadership role. Once the in person interview was set up, the wheels came off in a hurry. One of the four people set for the interview hadn't been told they were on the list until the day before and had to call a conference line instead. In their defense, the marketing/communications/pr team seems haggard by the amount they're being asked to do with limited resources. However, the disorganization that became clear as I began to ask my own questions throughout the interview (no CMS for any of the PR projects/contacts, no budget, a focus on having a director level position focus on nothing by pitching stories and getting hits, disrespect offered in commentary to current and former employees) made it clear this wasn't a company that was worth working with at this time.