SVP, Strategy (Current Employee) – Ambler, PA – November 7, 2017
The Clutch product is poised perfectly in market. Innovation in context of loyalty is something that the retail market desperately needs and Clutch is positioned to provide it. Their unique perspective on retail loyalty, customer retention strategies and how to leverage cross channel consumer data is an exciting fix for what is still today a predominantly disparate and data blind industry. There is much lacking when it comes to leadership here but if you're a self starter and can hold yourself accountable, you've got a good shot at being successful.
Positioned well in market, strong partnerships, great brands.
Landscaper/Laborer (Former Employee) – Brook Park, OH – May 18, 2018
the place is riddled with drug addicts, management is poor, getting a 10 cent raise is next to impossible. theres over 20 different mowers, only one crew has reserved machines, the rest are up for grabs. when equipment returns to the shop damaged and goes unnoticed (very common) the crew using it the following day and finds the damage is forced to pay out of pocket for the damages, otherwise it gets withdrawn from their paycheck. several workers had been caught shooting up heroin in the truck, management didnt get involved until after video proof had been taken.
I reported personnel-related issues with the company I was assigned to work for through Clutch to my supervisor at Clutch, who did nothing to resolve them. She is no longer at Clutch and I believe Clutch is no longer operating in Seattle.
Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Ambler, PA – April 20, 2017
I would say that their startup attitude is a bit overblown now that they have been in business for 5+ years. The business was started to grow at an alarming pace and sell. Unfortunately, business cycles and technology move faster than this company could grow to valuation which led to job cuts. They fortunately have a strong workforce that wants to see the business succeed.
Management doesn't know your role and blames you for it.