I acted (regrettably) foolishly when I was new to advertising at 24, I got drunk at an office party and apparently acted like a clown (I had a drinking problem and have since worked on it) now & 15 years later, people still bring my antics up - I feel using it to tarnish my reputation even though I l’ve bettered myself. I wonder if because I’m a WOC I’m more targeted but you never know. Hard to hear people still gossip & make fun of me about it. Don’t feel it’s helped my reputation...
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ProsYou will never have a better culture anywhere else. Period. All managers truly want you to succeed, and you are given great tools and training to be successful in your role. Everyone makes friends
ConsQuota can be very easy or extremely difficult depending on the month, territory, and your account executives that you are paired up with.
Advice to ManagementPerhaps it would be helpful to have more incentives around having SDR's not only source an opportunity and a meeting, but also help the sales cycle progress.
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InterviewWhen I submitted my application, they were very prompt in contact and scheduled my first phone interview with the HR staff immediately. The position was a bit in limbo at the time as far as time frame, but the HR team kept in contact and updated me several times over a few weeks. I then interviewed with the manager I would be reporting to, and instantly was drawn to the culture she was describing, and could definitely see myself being very happy to be on her team. I interviewed with the director of the department a few days later, who was also just fantastic. The entire process was very positive, and I felt the conversations were productive and valuable for the team and position-- none of the stereotypical questions like "what are your strengths," etc. which I don't feel are super helpful when evaluating a job/candidate. I definitely felt comfortable accepting the position the following week when I received the offer, and the team that I interviewed with are just as great to work with as I thought they would be!
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...They give decent benefits and provide free lunch a couple times a week, the office is nice, and I love my team members!...
June 8, 2021
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