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About the company

  • CEO
    Steve Corcoran
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $25M to $100M (USD)
  • Industry
    Arts, Entertainment & Recreation
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 95 reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

SALES REPRESENTATIVE/REMOTE in Austin, TX
on July 15, 2021
Been here 3 years and I love it. Management has my back. There are always changes happening for the better due to the company’s continuous growth. This is the best job I’ve ever had.
Sales Representative in Remote
on May 12, 2021
The interview process is really really long for a entry level sales job. I had 3 interviews in a week. Once hired they will tell you they want to know what you think about things but beware its a trap. If you say anything about a new policy or how things are going to be done you will immediately be labeled as a negative person. On the sales team you are hired as a 1099 contractor so you get to pay all the taxes on the already low starting wage. You are expected to be a cheerleader in the sales chat. They harp on about the metrics but you can get away with anything so long as you are cheerful in sales chat. Leadership will rarely help you out in most cases and some of the leads go AFK a lot in the early morning hours or late night so you have no support at all. They talk a big game about being there for the employees but when you actually need something they could care less or there are so many hoops to jump through you will probably just give up. As for the good reviews here they ask employees to come here and post good reviews every couple of months.
CSR - Customer Service Representative in Orange City, FL
on January 25, 2021
Fun and comfortable. Easy and great shifts. Work from home. Great pay. No benefits but a good job for a single mom. Flexible hours. Definitely enjoyable.
Customer Support Representative in Remote
on October 22, 2020
Great atmosphere but little benefits due to i guess it being a startup. Would be perfect if there were more benefits or paid time off for their employees
Landscape Construction in Fort Worth, TX
on September 25, 2020
They send you and several other vendors the calls that they get. The first person to claim the job gets to service their lawn so make sure you respond to alerts on your phone promptly. If you perform well enough you have the option for "auto placement" - that is they will automatically assign you any jobs within a certain radius of any job you have for the day; THIS IS THE GOAL - here is when you get to build a clientele base (that the app keeps a calendar of for you.) I got this feature going and was making about $1100 a week in a one person company.

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Interview insights

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Average experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions

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Shared on March 14, 2020

Honestly it went great but they are pickey

Shared on February 2, 2020

Why do you want to work for us? Why do you believe you’re a good fit? The usual generic questions

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