- Current Employee, more than 5 years★★★★★
Great Company, Fast GrowingJan 6, 2023 - Manager, Event Solutions in Tysons Corner, VARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
easy to make a mark at an up and coming SaaS company. Lot of new product that comes out and a large platform so there is plenty to sell. Empathetic Sales leadership (not toxic like some places). Does a good job putting women in leadership. Cvent is open to change in areas to get better and even our most junior reps can make recommendations to leadership on things to change. Regularly gives pay raises and clear advancement tracks.
Benefits are sufficient but underwhelming for the Tech space. Would like to see more health insurance premiums paid by Cvent. 401K matching is below industry average. commission can be hard to track.Continue reading
Other Employee Reviews
- Former Intern★★★★★
Wonderful Company Great Workplace EnviornmentFeb 21, 2023 - Anonymous InternRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Wonderful Internship. Lots of flexibility
Ok pay. May have changed since the internship.0
- Current Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★
Toxic work environment from leaderMar 24, 2023 - Account Manager, Hospitality CloudRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Top leaders are great, they seem caring, corporate office has a great culture, great teammates, products are great. Seems to be better if you work at corporate office.
Very toxic if you aren’t hitting quota, called out in front of whole team to explain deal by deal why you couldn’t get it forecasted in time, extremely embarrassing conversations for your team members to watch that should be private, team meetings are just pod manager telling team everything they are doing wrong - why not address these 1:1? Why yell at whole team constantly when one person does something? Blackstone just took over and pod leader is already threatening to us that we are replaceable and they’ll bring new talent in better than us so we need to sell more to keep our job. We’re told to foster relationships with hotels but then if they don’t sign when we want to, we are supposed to pressure them and tell them they need us and for us to care less about the hotels. It’s sad because the leaders on top seem great, but pod managers are too busy to be accessible and can’t offer guidance. Everyone is on their own confused trying to find information and who to ask. It’s overwhelming for anyone newer to the company and then they wonder why we can’t hit our numbers when there is so much information accessible to us that it can take hours to try and find yourself, and our pod leaders never have time for us so when you work from home be prepared to be on your own island.Continue reading