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Updated Sep 9, 2016

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    1. 5.0
      Sep 9, 2016
      Commercial Sales Representative
      Current Employee
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      I joined RainKing at an incredibly exciting time. Within a few months of starting here, the company moved to a brand spanking new office space and completely re-branded with a new website, logo, image, etc. The product is continuously evolving and pushing further ahead of of the competition every day. Additionally, our marketing presence has been supercharged by our new marketing team which is great for bringing in new customers to the sales guys like me. RainKing as a company is growing at an incredible rate and isn't stopping any time soon! Upper level management is great, always smiling and offering to help in any way they can. They are level-headed, realistic, straightforward, and positive. Oh and when you work hard and do the right things to meet and exceed your goals, THEY NOTICE AND REWARD YOU!! Co-workers are awesome as well; definitely a team environment where everyone pulls their own weight while still willing to help others succeed. Bottom line: if you want to work at a fast growing, up-beat technology company, surrounded by fantastic people, in a great location, that sells a product that nearly every IT, marketing, and staffing company WANTS and NEEDS, then RainKing is the place for you.


      There are too many delicious restaurants nearby our new downtown Bethesda location. I'm going to need some bigger pants.

      1. 5.0
        May 18, 2014
        Commercial Account Manager
        Current Employee, more than 1 year
        Bethesda, MD
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        This company has great leadership and as market leading solution, which translates into a great place to work. Sales leadership is always there to offer encouragement and ideas to help you succeed. Always getting inbound leads to help you fill your pipeline and meet/ exceed your goals. Open door policy for all execs - encouraged to offer ideas. The work environment is very friendly and a team atmosphere to help all win. The product team is always working to make a great product even better to keep ahead of the competition. Research Team listens to our customers and adds data that will meet their needs and keep up with trends. If you are offered a job here, take it.


        I cannot really offer any cons about this company. I have worked I large and small companies in different industries for many, many years and this is by far the best place I have ever worked.

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      im beating myself up. I had 3rd interview yesterday. I think all interviews went well, particularly my 2nd one. In this one (and now that I’m thinking about it, this also happened in my first one) I accidentally started answering a question before the interviewer finished the question. When I realized I did this, I immediately stopped and said “im sorry I interrupted you, please continue”. When this happened yesterday, the interviewer stopped to jot something down. Did I cost myself the job??



      I’ve gone through too many interviews now, with some being extremely promising until the 3rd-4th round and I get hit with an email stating: “We’re putting this position on hold to refocus on what we really need from the role” Or something similar. What is going on with these job postings and then freezing the hiring? I can’t be just a Q4 thing because I’ve gone through this over the summer with multiple interviews. Is it me? Or is the market really that right for everyone right now?


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