Good place to work if you can stay to yourself and work
SEM Upper Mass Market Training Coordinator (Former Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – June 19, 2017
If you are looking for a culture that is very family oriented and there is integrity within the workplace this isn't the place to be. The job itself you can learn alot from but there is no support beyond the training class, work is piled on and you're expected to meet it with a smile. There isn't consistency in the monitoring or disciplinary actions and most times nobody wants to address issues that need to be addressed to prevent hostility in the workplace.
Good salary, can learn from the work
bad attitudes among management, no support from HR the managers work for HR
We promote work/life balance since we do not require evenings/weekends of our account executives which allows us to be much more family oriented than other sales agencies. Many of our teams are very close and work to support each other through tough times bringing them closer together. We have not experienced any issues with hostility in the workplace and are very sorry if this is something that you experienced, it is definitely not who Infinity is. Human Resources is a partner to all employees and managers. The door to HR is always open for employees to come in and address issues or concerns.
Job Work/Life Balance
Life changing opportunity
Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Farmington Hills, MI – June 29, 2017
I've worked for Infinity for almost 3 years and I can honestly say it's been the best job I have ever had hands down. I had NO prior sales knowledge or even prior AdWords knowledge. I was able to go thru training, get coaching on things I was weak on and quickly move up.
There is a family attitude on site, if you are a recent employee you will see this. Our goal isn't sales, it's changing peoples lives for the better by giving them a chance to grow.
Cafeteria, On site help, Commission, Company cook-outs/trips.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – March 28, 2017
Infinity is great for a steady gig. Short term-ish. They will take care of you. To an extent. Frequent commission changes as well as management issues and issues with the client make it hard to stay. I've learned a lot of great things there and met some great people as well. It's a great place to get building blocks in a digital marketing career.
Great home / work balance, no weekends, good people
Online Marketing Strategist (Former Employee) – Ann Arbor, Farmington Hills – January 4, 2017
I worked for this company for a year. It was not the worst place to work. What I didn't like was the endless inbound phone calls of people calling and asking for Gmail support and there wasn't any. I also didn't like the fact that one day I came into work and they told us they were sending our positions to the Philippines. I really didn't trust the company after that. I was able to transfer to another department, where I was expected to make outbound calls to existing clients and upsell them. Which I also didn't enjoy. Their policies changed everyday. There was no job security here and I always felt like Google's little red headed step child. The pay was decent and the hours were good depending on your department. I would recommend working here if you are fresh out of college looking for you first job or your just looking for something real quick to get on your feet.
In an inside sales job, inbound calls are a requirement to selling and closing deals. Sales is what we do and what the job requires. It is unfortunate that the program you worked on was outsourced, overseas, but it was great that we were able to find another program for you to work on when that happened, therefore keeping your job. We have many employees who have been with us for 4 plus years, when we first began working in Michigan.
Job Work/Life Balance
pingpong table and free pop
Retention Specialist/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – November 17, 2016
8-4:30 i moved around alot, and did move up in the company, the hardest part is so many management changes and how it is a clicky run company. Hardest part was the culture... pretty low class sometimes.
Training manager isnt good representative for company
Account Executive (Current Employee) – Farmington Hills, MI – October 19, 2016
I was excited to work for the company until I got to the training. The training manager was not motivating, rude, distracting yet condescending at the same time. He told us don't get excited about sales! Everything that came out of his mouth was questionable he showed inappropriate videos possibly to make us laugh possibly to make training less monotonous however his own behavior and way of doing things just wasn't right. After thinking everything over I feel he was intimidated by me, the fact that I was an intelligent woman. He was threatened by anyone that could do better than him. Karma. The company won't last long if he stays around!
Open food, coffee, tea. Cafeteria on site, 15min breaks
Infinity has been in business for over 20 years and we continue to grow and get even bigger, so it doesn't look like we are going anywhere but up. It is too bad your experience here was not the best, that is never our goal. However our trainers are extremely qualified professionals who have previously worked as teachers. One of our trainers has the highest passing rate of all the trainers for the program globally. He continually proves he knows the business and the program and is able to train and certify high quality sales professionals.
Admin Employee (Current Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – October 4, 2016
Infinity has made a lot of changes in the last 8 months and they have been great! While this is still telesales, we have transitioned away from the "call center" world to a more professional caliber of a sales environment. Our teams have been restructured and commission checks are bigger than they ever have been. Infinity sales professionals work Monday-Friday, from 8 am to 4:30 pm. They now offer their employees free water and soda, have a fresh market and added a ping pong table & pool table to the break room. The culture here has really changed in a positive way and it's a great place to work!
Sales/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – August 28, 2016
I worked at Infinity twice. Almost 4 years total. Both times I was fired when they decided to cut back after mass hiring for holidays.They promise tons of commission but when you hit the goal they don't pay it. There are disgusting bed bugs there. They deny it but spray lots of chemicals.
We do not do any seasonal hiring for the holidays.Our programs are not seasonal. We also have a beautiful building that does not have any bug infestations. Termination decisions are made based on performance, not the season.
Job Work/Life Balance
Energetic, fast paced, colorful
New Advisor Project Leader (Former Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – August 17, 2016
Infinity Contact is a fast paced, energetic sales environment. Sales teams are motivated by a qualified management staff to meet their aggressive quarterly goals.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – June 21, 2016
At infinity I called customers and helped them set up service appointments for their vehicle. You have to be able to handle rude people in a professional way. The management is very understanding and flexable. good co workers.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – May 24, 2016
They have a really good training program for Nuance. The company was relaxed, fun, and I had great guidance. I was able to take on more tasks but there was little room for advancement within the call center. The hardest part of my job was selling computer programs when I knew the customer couldn't use it. Also I didn't like how the Managers weren't as professional as the office staff.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – February 17, 2016
I learned a lot while working here however some of the employees could be done without and the favoritism as well. treat everyone the same and respect everyone the same. If they ask for help do your best to help them and if you simply don't know how you can help them point the person in the right direction rather than just letting it go.
very easy going, did well with showing us employees how good of a job we were doing!
Sales Account Executive (Current Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – December 27, 2015
My supervisors were AWESOME to work with. I never thought I would enjoy working telemarketing, but once I got the hang of it I found myself wanting to be able to produce sales. I definitely would LOVE to get hired on permantly in the future if given the chance.
Google AdWords Account Strategist (Former Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – December 16, 2015
Overall fun and competitive place to work. Everyday was a challenge and I enjoyed coming to work. The hardest part of the job was getting in touch with clients, however I overcame that by emailing my clients and my suggestions and checking their accounts to see if they used my suggestions or not.