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  • "great benefits(in 18 reviews)
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  • "There's a better opportunity to grow with the introduction of new positions and the receptiveness to creating your own place and position within the company as long as it helps the company continue to grow and thrive.(in 7 reviews)
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    1. 2.0
      Sep 13, 2017
      Anonymous Employee
      Current Employee
      CEO Approval
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      - Fully Stocked Kitchen - Gym On-site - Loads of experience to be had


      Unfortunately, ROI does not take its retention rate seriously and it has a deleterious effect on morale for the company. Since the turnover rate is so high, it means that if you stick around at the company long enough you default into a management position, and that probably explains why people keep leaving. There seems to be an overall lack of accountability for those at the top/in charge, which leads to client-facing roles to feel extremely under-supported and overworked. Over the last year, while feedback channels have increased, employees are less heard than ever before, which could also be the effect of the re-organization and not having enough people in managerial roles to take employee feedback seriously and actually fight for the change that employees would like. ROI likes to say things soothe you, but then does not follow through to make sure that a problem is actually resolved. Beyond that, even though all the employees take the same tests to be hired - those don't measure work ethic and even among some of the client-facing positions, employees that are struggling to perform are kept around and take a major toll on the employees that have to take on more than one role as a result. If you want any sort of flexibility in your position or any sort of work/life balance - you probably won't get it here either. While there are hour caps for how much you work, the hours are rigid and inflexible. Lastly, if you would like to be recognized for the work that you have done. Don't come here. If you are promoted, they don't announce it. If you have done good work with a client. Forget about being rewarded. If you value being appreciated in any way, shape or form, look elsewhere. It's a slap in the face to get a high five, which is what they're trying to pawn off as recognition now.

      1. 5.0
        Aug 13, 2014
        Current Employee, less than 1 year
        Raleigh, NC
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        The best way to describe ROI is that it has a great atmosphere and office culture. Everyone in the office, no matter what their position, seems to genuinely enjoy their work and are excited about their jobs and the new challenges that come with it each day. Day-to-day work involves a nice balance between client interaction, team brainstorming, companywide education, and autonomous work. You have guidance and feedback from supervisors but you also have the ability to prioritize and structure your day based on your own personal workflow. As mentioned previously, there are many nice office perks--stocked kitchen, team celebrations, companywide lunch, etc--that promote taking breaks as well as getting to know your team members and coworkers. The traditional perks--compensation, benefits, overtime, etc--also can't be beat. When you combine that with the fact that you're doing work that has an impact, you have a great position. In my time working here I have seen many people get promoted to various positions so there is definitely opportunity for growth and recognition for those who excel.


        The pros drive the cons in this position. With challenging daily work that truly makes a difference, comes a constant pressure to outperform that makes it hard to turn off at the end of the day. With the dedicated personalities that embody the workforce at ROI, it is not surprising to feel this way! The fact that there is always more that you can be doing is exciting but can also be daunting if you don't keep a good work life balance.

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