IMPACT (WI) Reviews
71% would recommend to a friend
(12 total reviews)
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Updated May 1, 2022
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- 5.0Mar 5, 2019Life CoachCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsGranville, NY
The company has a genuine interest in people and helping them to become solution-oriented through the life coaching they provide. Innovative custom one-on-one coaching and also group coaching!
I can't think of any! The management really cares about the individual coaches' needs and input.
- 3.0May 1, 2022Customer Service RepresentativeFormer Employee, less than 1 year
Good Benefits, I had the weekends off and it was a stay at home position.
There were a few ladies that I truly enjoyed getting to know for the short time period I was there. Unfortunately the lack of help I had at times were too overwhelming for me. Also, the training definitely wasn't the best I've received. Also just too much work drama, that I wasn't really about.
- 5.0Mar 18, 2017Program Assistant of Leadership ProgramsCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearGlens Falls, NY
The owner is Christian so has great core values she conducts the business with. The owner is a Life Coach that is John Maxwell certified in Leadership coaching.
I really can't think of any except maybe that the owner doesn't always arrive on time for appointments :)
- 5.0Aug 30, 2017Mental Health CounselorCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearPortsmouth, VA
Great Management, flexible hours, good working conditions, great co-workers
There are no cons about this company.
- 3.0Sep 29, 2017Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
No weekends, work is easy in my department which is jolts
No paid time off except for holidays after you have worked 1 year. Health benefits are very expensive...they say they cover 50 percent but it seems like they're paying nothing... Health Insurance for one person is about 64 dollars per week..
- 2.0Apr 12, 2016Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 3 years
A feeling of doing good in the community Lots of parties
Too many kings telling soldiers what to do. Top-heavy, pressure on workers to do more with less.