- Current Employee★★★★★
We're all sitting ducksFeb 4, 2016 - Software Engineer in New York, NYRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
We get to listen to the CEO talk about how the company is doing such great things for the world every day while he simultaneously plans the next mass firing of employees.
This place is dark. They can't hold on to a single manager or VP for more than a year. They all leave, and not for a better offer necessarily, but to work anywhere else but Handy. It's clear that no one can work with the CEO and he could care less about the people that made this company what it is. (Unless you went to HBS..they can do no wrong) So many new senior managers come in with a high spirit, "I'm-going-to-turn-this-place-around" attitude and then slowly but surely find out that there's nothing they can do because the CEO refuses to give up control. Compensation is so bad. Bonuses are given to a select few. It's someone's full time job right now to automate their own responsibilities so that they can get laid off. They're called Operations Associates. There is zero room for growth. None.Continue reading
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- 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)