I have been working at SkillPath Corporate Strategies full-time (More than 3 years)
They are very flexible with your time. I've been in a sales environment where it was 10-12 hours a day. This is a great company that provides you the opportunity to be home with your family every night. It's a great work/life balance. Compensation and benefits are the best I've ever had. I believe management is there to help and has always been there with anything I need. They have put into place a mentor program that helps the news sales account managers coming in. Overall they care about their employees and want them to succeed. After all if they don't succeed then neither do the managers.
The negative comments on here, as you will see, are all from former employees. I have never witnessed someone being let go that was actually DOING their job. We're in sales. It's not time for gossip hour. It's not time for you to get comfortable with the cushy base pay. It's time to work!
The only suggestion is more communication between departments. I feel some are siloed and we could benefit on suggestions to fix that. This happens within every company and is easily fixed with communication.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you're doing. Remain upbeat and continue to show us you care. Provide knowledge and suggestions when we may seem to come up short.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at SkillPath Corporate Strategies (Mission, KS).
Most of the interview consisted of the recruiter telling me how great the company is.
She mentioned that teamwork isn't really encouraged for the role, which I thought was odd. I was also told that they don't value training needs assessments and evaluation since there isn't usually time to do them.
She told me the salary range, and then said "probably more on the lower end of what I just told you."
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