- 1.0Dec 5, 2014
Do NOT work here!Customer ServiceFormer EmployeeWinter Park, FL
Nice office location and never ending water.
Managers don't have useful tools to train new employees, no "new employee" introduction, CEOs and managers care very little about their employees (the CEO never even knew my name), no diversity whatsoever and from what I understand, they hardly hire people of color, no 30 day review, horrible benefits that don't kick in until you've been employed with them for 3 months, pointless meetings in which the bigwigs talk among themselves at the big and important table and everyone has to pretend like they know what is going on, awful sick/PTO and this is not a very family-friendly company. Just about everyone who works here is young, unmarried and/or doesn't have children. You almost feel guilty for wanting to call in late because your son was sick, high retention rate. There is a reason why people don't last more than a year here. And there's a reason why most of the employees are in the their 20s - those who have been in the professional world for longer KNOW better, no hot food in the office because the bigwigs have allergies and don't like loud smells but seriously? You don't provide a suitable lunch room/office space for your employees all because the bigwigs (who hardly stop by the office anyway) don't like loud smells.8
- 5.0Nov 20, 2015Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
This is a very progressive Marketing and Branding company. No two days are the same and the days are never boring. They work hard to create a team building environment and we have monthly employee days where you can have anywhere from a massage to catered lunches. They just added 3 work from home days which really help if you have the plumber coming or a sick child while not having to sacrifice a vacation day if you want to still work.
Pace is very fast, so be prepared to hit the ground running.
- 1.0Aug 17, 2022Business AgentFormer Employee, less than 1 year
You will think you are joining something that helps businesses and entrepreneurs only to be massively let down. The only pro is that I no longer work there.
I have never seen such an unorganized, unprofessional company. They hired sales people and expected them to successfully sell before they had their products and services fully solidified for sale. They do not have a training program for new hires, they only provide an incomplete spreadsheet and insist that is enough for you to start selling immediately. They continually changed prices, services and deliverables which made it impossible to learn the products so the sales team could sell them. The management and leadership seem to have been hired and kept on board because they are friends with the owner and none have the ability to make clear leadership decisions. If you ask a very simple question about a product or service you will often be sent to someone else or be given incorrect information. This will be corrected later on, often after you have relayed the incorrect information to a prospect. One member of the leadership team provided incorrect details about a product and also asked me not to message him after I politely asked him a simple question during my onboarding process, that was pretty unbelievable. In my opinion, the services they provide do not offer a lot of value to the client and when a client does come on board, the onboarding process will be unacceptably sloppy and embarrassing. I felt guilty about signing new clients on after I saw the onboarding process (which is all handled by ONE overworked person). They are also understaffed and have a very difficult time delivering on promises at an acceptable pace throughout the sign on to the onboarding process.2