Mission: Helping business professionals do their jobs better.
I worked at Progressive Business Publications full-time (More than a year)
I loved the hours, schedule and pay. I had a lot of positive training and feedback. I enjoyed helping the clients and their businesses. I learned how to create a great customer service, problem trouble shooting and marketing new strategies. I learned how to grow and become smarter as a sales and customer service representative and how I was grooming myself to become a part of a successful and thriving company and gaining lucrative experiences.
I loved my job and the family culture.
Advice to Management
Management was wonderful and helped me to grow with the company.
The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Progressive Business Publications.
Was contacted via email after I applied. HR person asked a few questions and then asked me to come in for an in person interview. First part was a meeting with HR then I took a test that they provided. I then met with two team members who I would be working with directly. About halfway through the interview with them I realized that this was not the job I applied for. The HR person did not tell me before hand and I was not correctly prepared for this interview. Very unprofessional and I feel as though I was set up for failure and didn't have a fair chance at the job right out of the gate. The least she could have done was told me "hey I know you applied for this job but I think you would be a fit for this one as well" so I could at least prepare properly. Disappointing.
PBP welcomes our new Chief Information Officer Mike Statmore who joins us from Post University in Connecticut.
On January 20th, John Benbrook, CEO, led two sessions with all employees to discuss a review of the company's performance in 2015. John and his leadership team also presented on key initiatives for 2016.