The typical day in sales at HomeAdvisor starts with a lot of talking around a coffee pot. Followed by a team huddle where they go over the previous day's metrics and what needs to be improved moving forward. Lots of joking around, fun atmosphere, and team competitions. Management is great but slowly breaks down as you move up the ladder, with top execs seeming like they are more concerned about making money for their shareholders and not so much developing and improving the business and what it can do for the customers. The service works, but it seems like top tear management don't care about taking care of their customers and instead focus on mergers and fiscal analysis, which is fine but I think the bad reviews and service issues come from lack of caring. The best part of the job is the people and the culture, the job is hard and demanding but the people make it fun and the rewards for hard work are excellent, with park days, beer runs, happy hours, and an all around college atmosphere.