- 1.0Feb 3, 2023Customer RepresentativeFormer EmployeeReno, NV
Remote work; if you desire working from home
Senior Leadership is ok needs improvement
- 5.0Oct 20, 2023ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 3 years
I've never worked at a place like this (in the best way possible). Not only is it the most supportive, fun, collaborative group of people I've ever worked with, I've always felt like it was safe to try new things and bring new ideas. There is room for growth and innovation and ideas. I've been around the block a bit and worked for lots of employers, and when I tell you I will never leave this place, I mean it. It's remarkable. The benefits here are unmatched, with almost 2 months of time off each year with everything combined and fully. paid. medical and dental for employees.
The bar is exceptionally high, and that's not for everyone. It's very much a work hard/ play hard vibe and if you don't show up, it's super noticeable on this small team.
- 1.0Oct 15, 2023Content CreatorFormer Employee, less than 1 yearNew York, NY
Positions are 100% work from home.
• Highly disorganized management • They do not provide training • Job descriptions are completely hyped - the actual reality of your job is tedious (a lot of grunt work) • Offering new/creative ideas is encouraged, but if you do, you're judged and ousted. (Very cliquey vibe). • Management does not provide feedback (either positive or negative). But if you've done something they don't like, things get very icey. • When you attend group calls (Run by Marie and the CEO) everyone just keeps quiet. The morale is noticeably low and depressed although people do make an effort to report on their work. Co-workers were nice, but the vibes were just low. Management tries to do this fake "rally" thing and give off the impression that they care but ... it's a total high school clique. I knew of Marie before I joined the company and had a good impression of her, but after working there and getting an inside look, my advice is run. You'll do better somewhere else.1