Mission: To be the go-to revenue development partner for the fastest growing and most innovative brands all over the world
I worked at Revana full-time (More than a year)
I have Revana (one of their programs in particular) to thank for a very successful career. Opportunity to gain invaluable experience depending on the program. Transparent employee review process. Paid, in-depth training, awesome rewards for hard working employees, prize give aways, fun environment
Entry-level salary, ever changing comp plans (usually changed when someone makes a big commission), complex relationship between company and program client, some favoritism in management, and just constant churn of employees
Advice to Management
Stop letting all your top talent go, pay them a competitive salary and they will make the programs so much more successful/profitable
I applied online. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Revana (Tempe, AZ) in November 2017.
This was a joke. I applied online. I received a follow up email asking me to book an interview. I did. When I showed up for my interview I was not even acknowledged for 30 minutes. Then when the recruiter finally did come out he asked who had appointments. Myself and 2 others raised our hands, yet all 15 people were called back at the same time. Then they explained the pay rate was $11 p/h not the $12 p/h advertised. Then he left us sitting there for an additional 30 minutes while all the people without appointments filled out applications and such. The recruiter then announced that the interviewers were in other meetings and would not be available for another 45 minutes. Then why book appointments? Why do everything ahead of time like a responsible adult? I walked out. I was not going to wait an additional 45 minutes on top of the hour they had already wasted to interview for a position barely paying above minimum wage. I have never seen such an unprofessional and disorganized display of recruiting in my life.
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