Prepare! This advice is appropriate for any company, though the more you can position your relevant skills, demonstrate that you've researched the business and ask relevant questions in the interview, the more you'll stand out.
Answered by CDK Global
Don't believe any promises they make you.
Better yet, don't even bother
Answered - Conversion Specialist (Current Employee) - Norwood, OH
Have a backup plan never nothing guaranteed.
Answered - CTA or Client Technical Analyst (Former Employee) - Norwood, OH
Its a great place to start a career. Growth is possible but there is a ceiling.
Answered - Client Technical Analyst III (Former Employee) - Detroit, MI
Be ready to cold call
Answered - Inside Sales Representative (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
Don't be surprised if your position is cut. The company has been in constant RIF mode going on 3 years now with no end in sight.
Answered - National Forms Manager (Former Employee) - Hoffman Estates, IL
Don't. Run, don't walk. You can find a better, more stable company that will treat you like a human and not a machine. They expect overtime, unpaid, lunch hours? What are those?? (unless your new, and they are trying to retain you because so many people are leaving). There are better companies out there!
Don't. Stay away. this company's culture is rotten to the core. Don't kill your enthusiasm and creativity working for people who couldn't care less about you and your goals.
You want to make sure the position you apply for will help you achieve the experience in your desired field, so that you are more marketable for other companies that provide the same kind of work.