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I have been working at Viogee full-time
Transparency - Since the first week of working here, I knew how to transcend in the business. Everyone that is above you tells/shows you exactly how to succeed. There were no trade secrets or a want to stay above you, everyone genuinely wants you to succeed along with them.
Opportuniy - There have been times in previous jobs where I would work so hard just for the promotion to go to someone's relative within corporate or a reccomendation from outside the company in which would then place me in a stagnant situation. Within here when you show great work ethic, attitude, and integrity nothing slows down your professional progression.
you can not "get by" in this company. You literally get back what you put in. So if youre trying to clock in and clock out while staying hidden from the scene then this job is not for you. I personally don't see this as a con but I can easily see how it can for others.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Viogee (Bridgewater, NJ) in September 2017.
I was contacted via text message and had no idea what I was getting into going in. The first interview was 15 minutes and mostly about myself and vaguely about the company. Had I REMEMBERED TO ASK (it wasn't stated up front) that this was a commission job I would have foregone the 2nd interview. This was a slightly more intense experience where, when the topic of commission came up, it was heavily implied that anyone worth their salt should be working for commission and that it's even shameful to seek monetary stability in a job (or, in their words, "getting things handed to you"). This is code for "there's no salary." The interviewer attempted to reel me in by informing me that she's 23 and paying for her mortgage now that she has this job. Did she not have student loans? Statements such as that did more to alienate and belittle than entice; maybe I'm sensitive because I'm in a precarious financial place but it wasn't a nice tactic, and almost came off like bragging. But how was I to know? Maybe by the third interview it would've been cracked wide open. If it's offered, which I hope it won't be, I will have to say no thanks. I need more stability and translucence than this.
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