Pros: performance oriented company, business casual attire
Cons: you actually have to work :)
If someone wants to be able to take off whenever they want, for whatever reason they want, then Mspark is not the place. The company relies on their employees to meet deadlines to fulfill our customer's advertising needs.
Most of the sales people work out of their homes. The company provides their sales people a lot of support; technical, administrative, – more... graphic design, etc... Mspark is starting to roll out digital products in addition to direct mail.
People that work at the headquarters do have regular hours that they must work including periodic overtime to meet mailing deadlines. This is not the management's decision but rather a necessity of the business they are in. The attire is business casual with an emphasis on the casual. There are high expectations for performance but that is why I like it here. If you want to work for a company that pays you for just showing up, look elsewhere.
Mspark does everything they can to provide each person in the interview process a realistic view of what is expected of them and what they can expect from the company. – less