- 5.0Aug 16, 2023Anonymous InternCurrent InternTexas City, TX
they allowed me to stay at home as a mother with $1 a year salary
no cons they are great
- 5.0Aug 11, 2023Client Account ExecutiveFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsSan Francisco, CA
Great benefits and pay for the sales team!
Upward movement was difficult and there wasn’t enough employee development.
- 4.0Aug 1, 2023Implementation ManagerFormer Employee, less than 1 yearTempe, AZ
-above average pay -great benefits -$3,000 referral bonuses (before tax) -great culture -great team members -supportive management
-training was not adequate in my opinion -tech stack lost quality after microsoft migration -no dedicated project management software to easily track implementation progress per customer -no default project plan template, everyone had their own, made uniformity optics impossible. -customer support quality was most complained about by customers -managing, more like wrangling customer expectations vs reality is really tough in this job -sales team promises clients the world, implementation team is where the customer shock and heartbreak happens when we find out things that sales didn't flesh out and then we tell the customer we can't fit their use case. -it's super hard to learn HCM/Payroll/Benefits subject matter from scratch for this job. I'd actually avoid this job unless you have some previous HR administration experience.