SEACRET Direct Employee Reviews about "benefit"
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- 3.0Sep 3, 2021Customer Care RepresentativeFormer Employee, less than 1 yearScottsdale, AZ
Kind lower management and team leads; Decent pay and benefits.
Policies, procedures, and schedules always changing; Not enough training; Stressful; Sudden downsizing.
- 1.0May 25, 2016Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
- There are great people that work here. Relationships with coworkers is the glue that's holding this place together
- Poor benefits - Constant layoffs and cuts - Revolving door of executives - There is no strategic direction - Poor communication from CEO/partners and upper-level leadership - Founders are rarely in the office and seem very out of touch with the day-to-day goings on of the employees - Too many last minute decisions and changes, which causes people to have to work long hours and on weekends - Employees are never recognized for their hard work. At one 'Employee Appreciation Dinner' in the fall of 2015, just after huge convention which saw a lot of people work long hours, one of the founders told employees in attendance that 'they shouldn't be just 9-5 workers,' implied that everyone needed to work harder.9
- 5.0Jun 30, 2019Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearPhoenix, AZ
I was hesitant to take a position with Seacret due to the reviews I read here. Thankful I trusted my gut and started. I love working with this company. There is a whole new team in place with great leadership and strategy. I feel inspired, appreciated and love the culture. This is a great company with a strong commitment to growth. It’s been great to be part of the transformation.
Benefits could be better. I trust they will improve as the company grows.
- 1.0Jul 5, 2019Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
The only Pro's here are the people you meet and become friends with. Honestly, it is the only reason people stay
There is an extreme lack of ethics here. Case in point: We are once again being asked to write a 'positive' review on this company. If your company is worth working for you should not have to ask employees to write reviews. There are no advantages to working here. Benefits are awful. No matching 401 [k]. Morale is fair, only because internal employees keep each other going. We are treated as expendable unless you know or are related to someone in the owners family. The dales field is given everything and we are given nothing. Our last holiday party was [like the ones before it] a joke, handing out $100 bills in unsigned holiday cards. Most employees are actively seeking employment elsewhere. Upper management changes are constant and the most recent 'Leader' is a self-centered tyrant who is not interested in any ideas or input other than their own.4
- 1.0Aug 7, 2016Anonymous EmployeeFormer EmployeePhoenix, AZ
There aren’t many left, but the employees are hard working and team oriented. I had the pleasure of working with and learning from some very talented professionals. To be clear, I am talking about the worker bees and C-level executives, not ownership/partners.
The owners are self-absorbed, manipulative bullies who party all night then roll into the office late afternoon yelling and making demands, and expecting everyone to work late, weekends and even holidays to make it happen. They talk about community and make a big deal of their religious observation, but it's all for show. If you’re not immediate family or partner you don’t count. Employees are no more valued than the copy machine or coffee maker. They treat people horribly and don’t mind conducting unethical business if it will save money. These are NOT nice people. It’s management by temper tantrum and knee jerk reaction. Turnover at the executive level is extreme: Customer Care, Finance, Operations, IT and Marketing all turned over at least twice in the year I was there, and Marketing leadership is literally a revolving door because they take the brunt of the abuse. There are constant layoffs, terrible benefits, and zero work life balance. Whenever they get tired of a highly qualified professional advocating for proven strategies or pushing back, they replace them with a completely unqualified family friend. This place has burned out or chased away more talent than most companies this size will ever even see. Seriously, if you have ANY self-respect or professional pride, do not work here! I only give this place one star because it’s not possible to choose anything lower. Anyone giving a high rating has not worked at corporate, they are distributors who only see the staged events and public personas.7