They Order Pizzas And You Can't Get A Slice Unless You Give A Positive Reivew
Social Media (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – June 3, 2016
I would disregard the positive reviews for this company, considering employees are bribed in to not only writing positive reviews for the company on indeed, but also positive reviews for their products on retailer sites such as slickdeals. It's a habit. Rate of pay is extremely low, the owners are control freaks who think their employees are morons, and any positive review you see was probably put there as a result of holding a slice of pizza hostage. If you don't write a review and try to get a slice, a particular maniac will freak out and have a nervous breakdown, followed by HR giving you dirty looks and messaging you on skype until you do. Middle and upper management have no knowledge or experience yet think they are rock stars. It's laughable.
Off Limits Ping Pong Table
Segregation of upper and lower class employees with highly contrasting work conditions, required dishonestly, lack of respect, micromanagement, low pay, no room for advancement, over max capacity, zero work life balance, sweat shop atmosphere, no benefits
Marketing (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – June 3, 2016
Having worked at this company for 3+ years, I've seen huge and rapid transformation across the entire business. It's been an incredible ride and very fulfilling to have a huge impact on growth. Free lunches on Fridays, snacks always available, beer on tap. Great office location near some of the best asian food in America. Biggest issue is the actual office -- needs updating. The entire team is moving to a brand new, just renovated office Summer 2016. Should make the entire experience comparable to top-notch startups in Silicon Beach and Valley.
free friday lunch, flexible remote working, autonomous, open to new ideas, brand new office summer 2016
current office needs improving, office can be noisy at times
Customer Service/Sales (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – September 21, 2015
A typical day at work will be the Hr lead coming in jolly at the top of his lungs in this fake welcoming voice. Over the next few hours in the cramped workplace you will hear the most unproductive and random conversations. I would recommend cubicles instead of picnic tables for work spots and this is not elementary school so the assign seating charts are very unnecessary. Feels like a low security prison rather than a work environment. If you dare sit in another seat, Hr comes and hover over you like a grizzly bear and will pester you until you move.
Email Representative (Former Employee) – Los Angeles Ca – October 26, 2014
The company is a startup company with low pay for the amount of work they make you do,The overall environment is chill but a little too chill. There is no structure plus you have to bring your own computer to work there!!!! There is no parking and it's in an area where the people drive reckless!
Would be a nice place to work if they offer better work life balance.
Technical Support Representative (Former Employee) – Los Angeles CA – October 8, 2014
This is a good company. Its a telecom company that is growing if you have major goals in climbing the corporate ladder but its not good if you have Saturday school or kids or something on weekends which is why I left.
Free Snacks, learning about technology, good co workers.
Management, Not a 9-5 company if you have kids a family or don't want to work weekends don't work here, Not a family oriented company, Too micromanaged, lowpay.
Sales Customer Service (Current Employee) – LOS ANGELES – April 28, 2014
OK TO WORK FOR My main function in addition to maintaining a high level of customer service. Up sell products and services to customers on every call in fast paced call center. High level of customer service and sales. Up sell products and services to customers on every call in fast paced call center. Specialized in maintaining excellent Customer service. Up sell products and services to customers on every call in fast paced call center.