- Current Employee★★★★★
Great job with good pay & benefits!Feb 3, 2023 - Senior Client Solutions AssociateRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
- Good pay + quarterly bonuses - Fast track to promotion if you hit your metrics - Very thorough training to help you succeed - VERY flexible PTO & great benefits - Flexible hybrid work (only go in 2 days a week and the days we do go in, we go in around 10AM to avoid traffic, so nice!) - Great leadership - lots of young professionals - Fun work culture in my experience - team outings, work happy hours, etc. - Lots of great skills to learn especially in the client facing senior role
- Time-sensitive work so you must be able to work in fast paced environments - Can work longer hours if you don’t get your work done - I personally never work passed 5:30. Some people work until 7:00 because they don’t get their work done in time - Must be good at time management! If you’re not, you will have to work late hours. Just finish your work during the day and you’re good to go!Continue reading
Other Employee Reviews
- Former Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★
ManagerMay 25, 2023 - Market Research Manager in Austin, TXRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Amazing benefits and paid time off
Lower than expected work-life balanceContinue reading
- Current Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★
Great Job Out of CollegeMay 2, 2023 - Senior Manger in Austin, TXRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
The people are great but will depend on what team/segment you are aligned to but teams tend to change very often. Competitive pay, flexible PTO, hybrid time in the office, and quick exposure to client responsibilities. I can say I made some of my best friends here.
If you get a good manager you will do great but it can be a hit or miss based on your team (type of clients you are aligned to) and your direct manager. This can be the difference between the best or worse job you've had. Managers are promoted quickly due to general growth or attrition with little training or past experience which can lead to really bad managers. Clients can sometimes take priority over employees. The words "client obsession" is typically used by leadership. Also, limited career development opportunities as an individual contributor forces people to become managers but not everyone is suited to be a manager or is not given the correct training.