Growing company with endless career possibilities.
Helpdesk Technician Intern (Current Employee) – Sandy Springs, GA – December 5, 2016
Interning at GreenSky has given me a good look at the corporate world setting. The company is growing at an exponentially rapid rate; therefore, there are multiple opportunities for growth. With that, you must be able to become adaptable to keep up with the ever changing environment.
IT Specialist (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 19, 2016
Nice people, respectful of each other, definitely some rapid growth challenges, but in return lots of opportunity for professional growth, fun challenges and fast paced, so no monotony. Not for a true 9-5 person, but there is a good work/life balance if you allow for it, and have good time management skills. You can easily find yourself working several hours overtime, but 80% of the time its how you approach things. Overall a good place to work, and the challenges are no different than what you would expect in a fast growing company. Business side tends to set expectations for project deliverables that do not always make sense or are feasible for the technology group to deliver on.
Nice people, stability, professional growth potential, very good health benes, fun work environment
Growing company challenges; hectic at times, business and tech teams need better alignment
Anonymous (Current Employee) – ATL – March 8, 2016
GreenSky is a horrible place to work. Management values include disrespect, exclusion, and a commitment to sabotaging individuals. The owner of the organization berates his executive employees in front of others and has never addressed the whole company to communicate mission, vision, and values.
The turnover rate at GreenSky is extremely high and they cannot keep any decent employee engaged. The atmosphere is volatile and combative and I would not recommend anyone apply for any position at this company.
Free drinks, good bonuses, lots of lunch meetings where food is provided free
Horrible leadership, horrible middle management, disrespectful, combative, and volatile working environment
IT (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 25, 2016
I've worked at several companies big and small and GreenSky is by far the worst employer. The company does not care about its employees - your basically just a cog in the wheel and if you don't like it, they'll find another cog. The benefits are atrocious and the office is grimy and disgusting, which is especially strange since the CEO owns the building. You'd think he'd have some pride in his property and his company. Apparently he has a "man cave" in another building so maybe he just doesn't care. The executives are a bunch of mediocre minds who got their jobs because they were buddies with the CEO. They're condescending and treat employees like minions - this attitude flows thru the entire org and people are generally nasty to each other and just trying to save their own behinds. Don't work here if you have self-respect or want to advance your careers.
Condescending managers, Grimy office, Terrible benefits, No opportunities for advancement
manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 10, 2015
Pros-I have been working at Greensky full-time Pros GreenSky is a fast paced company that you are constantly challenged as an employee. You have a clear line of sight to discuss initiatives and problems with the executive level team. Many other companies do not invite that level on interaction of a daily basis, but GreenSky succeeds because of it. Your contributions are easily seen, regardless of whether you are in sales affecting the bottom line or are a Customer Service Rep with a suggestion. You truly are valued as an employee. Also, you are working for a company that is always striving to help a consumer achieve their America Dream, not make more money. Other tertiary pros: Free Parking Free Soda/Coffee Good area After hours security
Cons-The fast paced environment can be quite a culture shock if one has come from a more defined atmosphere. If you are looking for your day to day job to be micromanaged and defined even to the most minute detail, this is not the place for you. You must be able to deliver. You must be able to thrive with some ambiguity to your job.