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    "This job changed my life."

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    Current Employee - Advertising Sales in Alpharetta, GA
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Naylor Association Solutions full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    The coworkers, the coworkers, the coworkers. I absolutely love everyone I work with, Naylor doesn't hire lame people!

    Cons

    Territory politics, emphasis on call volume, and favoritism

    Advice to Management

    Make sure that 1 year+ employees are valued just as much as the newer reps. We need love too!

    Naylor Association Solutions2019-03-29
  1. "Not a place to begin your career"

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    Former Employee - Inside Sales Representative 

    I worked at Naylor Association Solutions full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    The employees here are really friendly. They have an 8:30a-5p workday with a 1 hr lunch.

    Cons

    The training will convince you that this place is Nirvana and the products sell themselves, but you will quickly learn this is untrue. Then when you attempt to seek coaching or assistance from management they will only tell you how great you're doing then, one day without notice, tell you that you're not doing "great" enough and give you the opportunity to quit vs. being fired.

    Advice to Management

    Work on your training, ramp-up practices - it's incredibly difficult to gain traction as a new hire. Yes, you can point to the people that have been here 300 years and say how great they're doing, but that's not practical or helpful for newbies. Also, your benefits are *insanely* expensive!!

    Naylor Association Solutions2019-08-19
  2. Helpful (1)

    "Ugh."

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Tysons Corner, VA
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Naylor Association Solutions full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    If you're entry level, work hard and you'll get a lot of opportunities. A lot of good coworkers and, if you're in a client-facing position, a lot of the clients are a joy to work with.

    Cons

    -Executives are pretty unprofessional. Questionable decision-making, borderline abusive in occassion (yelling in people's faces, trying to intimidate), and are generally just sort of unscrupulous. There used to be a lot of good leaders higher up, but many are gone now (and a lot of them left around the same time, so what does that tell you?) - Management seems to only look for ways to blame those below them... rather than working toward solutions to problems (for example- if print ad sales are down, so it must be because the salespeople aren't working hard enough and not the fact that print publications aren't used anymore; if job posting sales are down, it must be because the sales team is slacking off and not because the job board sites bring clients no value because they get no traffic) -Wrong people in middle management - people get promoted without having experience, and aren't trained on management skills or people skills. So you end up with a lot of immaturity, unprofessionalism, and pettiness. -Technical products are kind of a joke, built with outdated and failing tech. Beware of sales or customer service positions in the tech divisions, the products are not sustainable -On the lower end when it comes to pay and benefits. No 401k match, medical coverage isn't great. Don't expect annual reviews or pay increases. Low salaries are justified by bonus opportunities.

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    Advice to Management

    Remember people's livelihoods depend on you and please act accordingly. Lose the snide attitudes. Invest in some company-wide management training (from a professional, not from in-house HR reps)

    Naylor Association Solutions2019-06-13

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