Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Chelmsford Mass – April 4, 2017
Aspire is a very busy in bound call center, Very interesting work enviroment. The job requires reasearch to assist clients with the requests. Training is amazing and lasted 3 months. Once working with the clients, continued coaching and mentoring, Great Benefits
Specialist (Current Employee) – Bangor, ME – February 16, 2017
I loved working as an ASPIRE specialist. I felt like I was making a difference in peoples lives. I had a great work schedule and enjoyed managing my own case load. The job could be very rewarding when working with clients and see them achieve goals that they never thought they could. It was very rewarding to see them become successful and obtain financial independence,
Team Leader, New Business Sales (Current Employee) – West Point, NY – November 15, 2016
Typical day includes cold calling potential new customers and servicing existing customers. Also involved is mentoring the less experienced staff and growing their leadership potential.
The main thing I've learned is the benefit of consistent, positive leadership.
I think the job is becoming more micromanaged than it was when I started. I also feel management is promoting the idea that hard work provides opportunities for career growth, but doesn't always follow through on its ideals when actual promotions become available.
I have no issues with my peers. I enjoy interacting with the people I work directly with on a daily basis.
Cold calling is the hardest part of the job. The most enjoyable part of the job is client fulfillment and making sure their event provides the best experience possible.
Cleaner (Former Employee) – Manchester, CT – October 18, 2016
Worked for this company twice on cleaning contract and done work to high standards it seems to me people being used and put bk out of work I certainly would not recommend it to anyone to end up bk out of work workers Manchester
Great company to work for if you need experience working with adults with developmental disabilities.
Facilitator/instructor/Supervisor (Current Employee) – Hillside, IL – September 9, 2016
It is an eight hour job- love the hours. What I have learned is that a person with developmental disabilities actually have more abilities than a so called "normal" person. Management needs to communicate more with its employees. Co-workes can at times be difficult, but as long as there is clear communication between us the day can go smoothly. The hardest part of the job is knowing that you are responsible of an individual. The most enjoyable part of the job is when an individual tells you "Thank you for helping me."
Great way to interact with others around the world
Entrepreneur (Current Employee) – Home\ online – July 23, 2016
With Aspire, I get to talk to people all over the world, I get amazing business training, the courses I'm taking really help with online E-Marketing. I manage myself and get the hours I want and or need. My co-workers are simply amazing. Down to earth and determined to help you achieve complete success.I'd say the hardest part about everything is simply paying for advertising/traffic. That requires quite a bit of cash but completely worth everything in the end and of course the best part of the job is waking up to a commission check of $200-$900+ when you make a sale. That can happen multiple times a day when you get enough visitors/investors.
lodes of free time/ Financial freedom
It costs a lot to get up and running/ you can purchous fake traffic if youe'r not lucky
Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 11, 2016
Everything about this company is very intriguing in theory. Unfortunately that intrigue becomes a cluster that is very much lost in translation in regard to implementation of culture. Be very cognizant of the available online reviews if considering employment with The Aspire Group.
Career ladder, room for growth, sales training
Low pay, long hours, misleading company vision statement