- 1.0Jun 10, 2018Junior Marketing ManagerFormer Employee, less than 1 yearPittsburgh, PA
This job will definitely humble you. If you think you're good at something, they will tell you where it needs work. Definitely a potential to make alot of money, but you will do nothing but work and sleep for the next 7 years, minimum, before you see any real fruit. If you're ok with that, by all means, go for it.
Zero work-life balance. You work about 65 hours a week. When you get promoted, that increases to 75 hours a week. When you train new recruits, they get part of your commission, so you better be really really good at what you do. You need at least $5,000 in savings if you live alone. You won't get paid for the first 3 weeks and even if you do really really well like the top reps, bringing in ~1800/wk, you only average about $20/hr. Not that great if you ask me. If you have no life, no friends, and no commitment to anything else and don't care that you aren't really making that much, you might just be successful in 7 years. It is definitely a multi-level marketing scheme. The money IS real and so are the people. However, it is just very hard to come by, especially if you suck. You are not permitted to have a bad attitude so if you're prone to getting down at a lack of results, don't go. The CEO is a very nice lady; intense, but nice. She cares about your success and she will work with you. It's just very difficult to keep yourself motivated when you have trouble even paying for the gas to get there.3
- 5.0Jul 16, 2021Senior Account ExecutiveFormer Employee, more than 1 yearPittsburgh, PA
Great money Hardwork pays off Sales career prep
Hard work, Long hours, Crazy boss, Walking
- 1.0Dec 9, 2017Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
If you are 18-21 years of age, no education, and can't find a job look no further. They will hire anyone.
Wow where to begin. The interview process was extremely miss leading. Let me make this clear the job is door to door sales and 100% commission. The work day is extremely long and why not due to the fact that there is no hourly wage. Team nights are not required because they can't buy law with no hourly wage, but you are treated very different when you don't attend. I have a fiance with a child on the way. I don't have extra time and money to spend elsewhere. The team nights make since though. The only reason people stay around is because they create a fake person relationship with you to have leverage on you when you try to leave. Turn over rate is through the roof. I went on a week vacation and came back to know very few people in the office. What they preach is how great the opportunity is at ICE. How promotion to management is in arms reach. That's is a lie. Even on their websites home page it says they have only had 3 promotions in 2 years. Thats not a great opportunity in my opinion. I would be surprised if they are still in business for another year.15