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36% would recommend to a friend
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Updated Sep 15, 2023
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- 1.0Sep 15, 2023Senior Account ManagerFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsBurnsville, MN
The only pros were the hybrid work schedule, which could easily be fully remote and we had to fight to maintain after CoVid, and my first supervisor; but she, too, got fed up and left.
The CEO is ultimately about putting dollars in his pockets, not about his employees' well-being or happiness. There is definitely a "good ol' boys club" and the culture, sadly, is still chauvinistic. Management from the CEO down is completely out of touch with the day-to-day, what it actually takes to "get the job done", and what is realistic to expect from people. The good employees are just overworked and continually piled on with a heavier workload, while the weak employees sit around and do nothing, literally. I was completely overwhelmed for months on end while coworkers would legitimately sit around, facing away from their desks, and shoot the sh*t. When people express how overwhelmed they are, it falls on deaf ears and they are told to just "hang in there", I was not the only one fed this line of BS. Not to mention, compensation is nowhere near enough (even with commission) to carry that stress around all the time. Opportunity for advancement is weak at best, particularly if you're a woman (re the "good ol' boys club" mentioned above), all of the VPs are men, not a single woman in an upper management position. The one HR person does care and does her best, but has to "play by the rules" for her won well-being, she is treated no differently than the rest of the "pee-ons." Bottom line, if you want to work for a company/management that appreciates their employees and realizes that the employees are the reason they can line their pockets and live well, this is not the place for you.1
- 2.0Sep 14, 2023Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
Worked with some great people
Almost everything else. Unprofessional, rude managers, underpaid, overworked.1
- 2.0May 22, 2023Account ManagerFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsChanhassen, MN
Great coworkers Flex Fridays Free parking Fun culture building activities
Benefits are far behind other companies: No 401k match The flexible work schedule is still very rigid No laptops Health benefits are expensive No employer contribution to short term disability Long time to accrue PTO Minimum holidays1
- 4.0Mar 16, 2023Account ManagerFormer EmployeeChanhassen, MN
Fun work environment Cool industry with fun projects Tons of client engagement
Very low pay and not much room to grow
- 5.0Dec 6, 2022Vice President of SalesCurrent Employee
-Excellent Leadership -Hard working people -Great Clients -Good Strategic Partnerships
Nothing bad to share about my experience over 20 years
- 1.0Aug 16, 2022Anonymous EmployeeFormer EmployeeChanhassen, MN
- You get to work from home sometimes.
- No room for growth. Promotions are given to those who threaten to quit to get them to stay. - Pay is way below industry average. Annual raises are 2 or 3 percent company wide so in times of high inflation you lose money by staying here. There is no incentive to do good work. - Benefits are terrible. Very expensive insurance coverage. No 401k match. No HSA match. - There is no company culture. - Covid absolutely gutted this place of good people. - Bad attitudes and bad energy are a problem from top to bottom. - Micromanagement Avoid this place.2
- 2.0May 2, 2022Account ManagerFormer Employee, more than 1 year
Casual dress, cool products, okay building
Low pay, poor benefits, micromanagement, over worked, no culture, no transparency, everyone is walking/ working on egg shells day in and out, they don’t give you a laptop, you work on a old desk top with very old programs. HR is not approachable, no parking, fake flex hours. No career development plans.3
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Business Impact Group has an overall rating of 2.6 out of 5, based on over 43 reviews left anonymously by employees. 36% of employees would recommend working at Business Impact Group to a friend and 31% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has improved by 5% over the last 12 months.
36% of Business Impact Group employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Business Impact Group 3.0 out of 5 for work life balance, 2.6 for culture and values and 2.4 for career opportunities.