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  1. 4.0
    Current Employee, more than 1 year

    Awesome culture, mediocre pay, iffy mngmt

    May 29, 2013 - Corporate Staff in Salt Lake City, UT
    Recommend
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    Pros

    Awesome culture, fun people & parties. Open communication,

    Cons

    Seems like the sales team go through people and the coaches get changed around all the time. Corporate staff (minus marketing) all have pretty secure jobs if you aren't an idiot. HR has no idea what they are doing at times as far as growth goes.

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  1. 5.0
    Current Employee

    Great!!

    Nov 17, 2022 - Utilization Management Nurse 
    Recommend
    CEO Approval
    Business Outlook

    Pros

    Competitive pay and holidays off

    Cons

    Job stability, longevity of positions

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    Clearlink Response

    Thank you for sharing! We're so glad you've enjoyed working for Clearlink.

  2. 3.0
    Current Employee

    More good than bad

    Aug 28, 2022 - Marketing 
    Recommend
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    Business Outlook

    Pros

    There’s been a lot of volatility lately. There are a lot of new hires. There has been a lot to digest in the past couple of years. With all of that said, accepting a position at Clearlink has been one of the better choices I’ve made. Most of the angst here in the review section comes from company veterans, naturally. The new CEO, who actually founded Clearlink, came in in January 2022 and started asking a lot of questions with high expectations to get this company where it should be. I’ve actually been pretty excited and optimistic about the changes he’s trying to make. We have a lot of potential and it’s going to take some hard work, but I think it’s going to pay off pretty significantly, so I’m in it for the long-run. New management always results in turnover, so that doesn’t worry me. I’m just waiting for all of us to get a few more resources and I think we’ll be golden.

    Cons

    Minus 1 star for lack of people resources and minus another star for pay and benefits—pay is good, but for the amount of work and revenue, could be better. As far as benefits, I would’ve liked unlimited PTO, a 401K match from day 1, higher premium contributions from the company, lower deductibles, flat co-pays on health insurance (this would be huge), select health instead of bcbs(who views chiropractic care beyond a basic crack as physical therapy, which is expensive).

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    Clearlink Response

    We appreciate your feedback. There has been a lot of change and we can understand your sentiment. Thanks for sharing!

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