Pros: Co-Workers, Happy Hours
Cons: Management Incompetence, Ownership Greed, Inverted Commission Structure, High Employee Turnover
Worked here for three years and look back at my time there with regret. Regret that I didn't move faster when I saw how poorly management treated employees who put in so much effort to learn their systems, build a book of business and make money for the company's owners.
Employee turnover, just like at any cold-calling sales organization, is high. We would hire dozens of fresh-out-of-college kids with the promise of high commissions and a work-life balance. When I was hired, I was determined to be successful and ultimately achieved both.
Once it became routine for my commission checks to be docked because clients would pay one day past their contractual deadline (the accounting department would withhold pay for things outside of an account executive's control) I started looking for another job. A few weeks ago, a co-worker landed the biggest contract in company history. When they found a way out of awarding her the contractually-obligated commission, I lost all hope in a fair and equitable working relationship with the company in the future.
This may sound like sour grapes coming from someone who has recently moved on, but do yourself a favor and ask around before you accept a job here.