Sage - Senior Retention Specialist (Current Employee) – Herndon, VA – May 19, 2015
Sage is over all a great comapny to work for, it is productive and the enviroment is enjoyable. I am however looking for a company in which I can continue to grow. I have maxed out my promotion potential but have the desire and personality to continue to work my way up and to grow and develop.
Account Executive Mid -Market Products (Current Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – August 10, 2016
Company has high turnover, which is why your currently seeing so many positions. Most of the recruiters are new, managers are new. Ask them how many people have been promoted on the sales floor? Ask how are the goals strategically aligned to each department? Ask how are their customer ratings and what do customers (businesses) say about the product and services?
National Account Manager (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – August 4, 2016
For me and my peers, Sage had been a fantastic place to work until early 2016. The organization decided to relocate offices out of state and laid off the entire department. Though the company create a game plan for such a transition, it was more reactionary than preemptive. Too many new faces (especially where leadership is concerned) that do not know the business they are running. Unfortunately, the company decided to not leverage the experience of their Sale/Operations/Mgmt. teams and are scrambling to learn and reinvent the business.
Operations Specialist (Current Employee) – Irvine, CA – July 13, 2016
Sage is very good about balancing work and home lives. There is no mandated clock-in so they trust your time keeping but don't take advantage of that and do make up hours if necessary. Unfortunately the company is relocating positions to the Georgia office and is going to be losing quality employees as they expect them to train their replacements in a short amount of time. Already you can see that rushed training is making a mess of things as legacy employees are getting let go in their appointed time frames. You get the feeling that the powers at the top haven't considered that a year's time frame in training replacements for certain departments would leave the company in much better condition when the old employees leave and the new ones come in.
Marketing Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta – May 23, 2016
Management at Sage is not in touch with the employees. The vision for the company is extremely aggressive and what used to be a great place to work is no more. Benefits have been cut and hundreds of employees were laid off. The company and the structure is not efficient and the onboarding process is terrible. Employees, for the most part, cannot trust that they have any job security at this company.
Sage offered a unique opportunity for felons to re establish a positive life with in their communities.
Case Management (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 18, 2016
Arizona is currently the number 1 state in incarceration and 50th in education. Our staff believed many low level offenders possibly where shuffled in this business. Sage offered a unique second chance at making a positive impact on their families and communities.
One of kind program with ecellent staff and resources.
80-100 calls per day. Poor training and management for the location I worked at. I didn't like nor agree with managment on how they wanted us to deliver sales pitch because we couldn't deliver what we were promissing.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Beaverton, OR – March 29, 2016
A typical day at work includes, emails, support on the sage software, using oracle for monitoring the calls as well as notes, I also do a few follow up calls as well as research on software and knowing basics of accounting.
Sage is a small woman owned company and is a pleasure to work at. Hard to find a company with the work challenges and ethnic culture these days.
Chief Scientist (Current Employee) – Arlington – March 17, 2016
Achieved my personal goal on all employers, past and present, to learn something new in technical or work environments. Learning new things and passing the gained knowledge to other coworkers (subject to security regulations) was rewarding and enjoyable. When I stopped learning, I sought new employment.
all provided excellent career learning environments
Support Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Beaverton, OR – March 8, 2016
typical work day is structured, you always have a schedule that you must adhere to. The management style is interactive. Co-workers are fun and we all help each other. The most enjoyable things about this company is they treat you well and pay you well for your work.
free lunches, perks
strict schedule if you don't like schedules, I like the structure