- Former Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★
Do not recommendJun 30, 2021 - Anonymous EmployeeRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
There are a lot of smart people here who come from great companies. Remote environment.
-bait and switch. They will tell you what you want to hear to get you to join -micromanagement is embedded into everything they do. Be prepared to be micromanaged if you join. -lack of work/life balance. KPIs that are expected of you are unrealistic to achieve in even a 50-60 hour work week. Every single day felt like an emergency if something didn't get done immediately. I came from a fast-paced top-tier tech company, and this is next level (in a bad way) -poor benefits compared to other top-tier tech companies. -no culture. Seems like high turnover rates and multiple acquisitions contribute to this -since Handy, Angi, and HA merged, the tech problems they have with merging all systems are laughable. Be prepared to have multiple email addresses and to have to work out of gmail and outlook. -onboarding experience was unorganized and confusing -secrecy and a major lack of transparency from leadership. Layoffs occurred and no one was informedContinue reading
Thank you for taking the time to leave a review. Our people and flexible work from home environment have fostered a culture we are proud of. Through the development of our new values, we strive to create a basis for our team to feel valued and empowered within their individual roles. There have been substantial changes in the past year with the company’s recent re-brand to Angi and new leadership. These transitions are stepping stones that provide the infrastructure we need to become the home for all things home. – Laura Kato, SVP People
Other Employee Reviews
- Current Employee★★★★★
Great CompanyMar 2, 2023 - Inside Sales RepresentativeRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Angi has a great culture
There is some top-down micromanagement
- Current Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★
This place changed my lifeMar 23, 2023 - Inside Sales RepresentativeRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
I was 11k away from making 300k my first year. Anyone who says they didn’t make money clearly can’t do the job AND THATS OKAY. Not every one has it in them to get rejected a hundred times a day by a hundred different people but still remain CONFIDENT. When people don’t see success within the first week/month they start to doubt their abilities. Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will. All you need to do this job is EXTREMLY high confidence. The skills will be taught but the sales come from confidence. I’m okay with being rejected 100 times a day by a hundred different people to make the 20-30k a month that I do The trainers are amazing, with hype energy, and are super patient and attentive. They have open meetings like every day for you to share suggestions with the Vice President or to just speak to him. Every quarter they tell u about the quarter that just ended n future plans and have a Q and A Managers have to start as sales reps first so most growth happens from within Freeee healthcare Discounts with soooo many brands because ANGI is owned by IAC who own a lot more than 100 other brands.
Managers are human and some can’t lead. It impacts the team negatively when that’s the case. Of course u get fired when ur not hitting goal for 2 MONTHS straight. TBH I think that’s more than fair. A lot of people don’t make it ( either from not reaching goals or quitting because the rejection was too much for thier mental health)