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"Growing positive corporate culture"

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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Temecula, CA
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Temecula, CA
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Pros

Prosites is a great growing company with a good corporate atmosphere. There is room for growth and overall thrives in its' industry

Cons

Wages and benefits are fairly low compared to similar job titles found elsewhere, company is experiencing growing pains as they evolve into a larger company.

Advice to Management

This was one of the best places I had ever worked at, but is lacking on many levels as far as wages go. Consider raising monthly premiums slightly to new clients to cover slightly higher wages and invest in extensive training for stable future growth.

Other Employee Reviews for ProSites

  1. Helpful (3)

    "excellent growth potential"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Temecula, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Temecula, CA

    Pros

    great location in smaller city. Easy to travel back and forth to work. The clients were a pleasure to work with.

    Cons

    management didn't value different departments equally creating a divided office environment

    Advice to Management

    begin implementing the 3 strikes you are out policy. Ignoring negative personalities/conflicts opens the door for excellent employees to search for other employment.


  2. "Good Company With Some Great People"

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    Former Employee - Account Advisor in Temecula, CA
    Former Employee - Account Advisor in Temecula, CA
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    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I worked at ProSites full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    The first thing you will notice about ProSites is that it is very inviting. Just like any company people do tend to stay in their departments, and inter-department communication could be worked on. They want their employees to stay for a long time and give them many opportunities to work in different areas. The hours are incredibly flexible, just make sure to bring it up in your interview as each department has different needs for work hours.

    Sales:
    The sales team has a great energy to it, much better than even just 6 months ago.

    Walking into the sales department, you will hear music, see standing desks, lots of people on the phone, management letting you get to work or helping you with a client. It's not an easy job, you are literally on the phone half of your day and trying to sell products to people who don't quite understand what it is you do. The competition is getting tougher, and as the company has grown, and is being pretty proactive about product revisions. The sales management team does a good job with communication and letting you get to work without too much admin time.

    There are contests and incentives for rewarding great sales, and for many that's a huge motivator. You can do very well for yourself if you are a hard worker. They give you every opportunity to succeed and many of the people that fail simply weren't following the process or putting in the effort needed.

    Meetings:
    There is typically a quarterly company meeting where everyone can see what's going on with the company. This is led by the executives and directors. It ends in an open Q & A forum, so there is some transparency.

    Marketing works pretty heavily with the sales team, and hold about 2 meetings a month to help support the roll-out of new initiatives. They do a great job supporting the sales team.

    Other departments typically have an internal meeting once or twice a month to discuss what's going on in the industry, the company, and accounts. There could be more training and learning conferences, but most of the team rely on each other for furthering their education.

    Building:
    The Vermont office is nice. The Temecula office is ok. It's in process of getting some remodeling done, but there are a total of about 6 chairs to sit in the various break rooms for about 90 people.
    The location in Temecula is nice, it's a few minutes from the freeway and surrounded by plenty of places to each, cheap / expensive / unique / chains.
    The sales room is pretty open, it can get loud, but that adds to the energy.
    The other departments tend to keep things quiet and a little darker.

    Culture:
    The company culture is improving as they've been rolling out more company-wide events, having the end of month lunches be something you actually stay for and talk to your coworkers. They are moving in the right direction, but could be more inclusive with all the departments.

    First Day:
    The IT department is awesome. They have several people at any given time of day and use a ticketing system so you know when it's being worked on.
    My first day I had my computer setup ready to go and one of the IT girls walked me through all the systems. It gave a great first impression.
    A quick meet and greet walk through of the building from HR, but you'll probably only remember like 2 people's names. There were far too many people to remember. People were very welcoming and seemed to be excited to see new faces.
    Having to re-fill my job application on the first day was a little annoying, I'm not sure if they've fixed that yet.

    Cons

    They need to work on a better break room. With nearly 100 people in one office, there's no common area for more than 10 people to gather at the same time and share a lunch / break. There is no outdoor seating either which would be fine in California.

    Communication with the other offices could be improved, there is a feeling of isolation between then groups as management tends to be at one or the other, and I think it would be beneficial to have more cross office communication.

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