MAVERICK SOLUTIONS
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MAVERICK SOLUTIONS Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    less than 10
  • Revenue
    less than $1M (USD)
  • Industry
    Education & Training Services
  • Headquarters
    Wake Forest
  • Link
    MAVERICK SOLUTIONS website
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Administrative Assistance

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Administrative Assistance

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Reviews

Technologist Developer in Raleigh, NC
on October 28, 2019
Nice managers, good small company. The company is growing but still very small. Make sure you follow standards if you are a technologist, I had a good manager.
Client Success Manager in Wake Forest, NC
on July 5, 2022
I'm 3 months in to my job here at Maverick Solutions and could not be happier. I can't begin to tell you what a great atmosphere I have become a part of. Everyone is friendly, eager to help and supportive of one another both personally and professionally. Maverick does everything they can to provide clients with white glove service and solicits feedback from clients to continuously improve their product. They want people to learn and grow with the organization. Promoting from within is important as well as a good work/life balance. Benefits are phenomenal as well. Ownership has hired great leaders in all of the different areas of the company and they work together well as a team. Great leadership!
Project Manager in Indianapolis, IN
on May 30, 2022
The management of the small office was fantastic! They were upbeat, positive, and genuinely made you feel like they cared for the cause. They were available night and day for anything that you needed. Networking internally was a huge plus! I did not meet a single employee who seemed unhappy; however, the longest employee there was the actual director. Everyone else there (around 10 people) were all there less than 6 months.The positions are only commission based. You are expected at the office by 8AM-9AM and do not go out onto the field to start making money until about 11AM. They expect you to be in office, learning about the company, memorizing scrips, and discuss ways to maximize your profits, but you are not being paid AT ALL during that 2-3 hours of work you are putting in for the company. The field is all outside, during rain or shine. That is great for exposure for the company, but not for a person. You are expected to bring a backpack with a: Change of clothes, shoes, coats, umbrellas, Fanny pack, sunscreen, bug spray, hats, and gloves (all of which are not provided). You are expected to arrive in business professional, just to change into street wear. Unfortunately this was not clear in the interview process and was only made clear on my first day out on the field. I had purchased business professional clothing I would only wear for about 2-3 hours and then change. The wages were not made clear from the get-go. During the interview process, I was explained that I could receive a daily pay of $100/day or weekly pay of $500/day. The mention of purely commission work was not apparent or brought up until 3 days into working on the field. The on-boarding process is through webcam and not in person. They send you the packets of papers you need to sign, about an hour before the on-boarding process. They do not give proper time to actually read through the paperwork. During the on-boarding, it seemed that the administrative assistant wanted to get through it as fast as possible. When you have a question, they would positively spin the question around and ultimately not answer the question. If they went through the pay portion, it was not explained thoroughly or they skipped over it completely and say, “That sounds good, let’s move on.”At the end of your work day, it was not the end of your work day. You were expected to come back to the office to return all items (completely understandable) but then you were to wait until your one-on-one with the director and your manager to discuss how many donations your received, and how we can receive more. This entire processes takes an hour to two hours, which is completely unpaid. You are “encouraged” to work on Saturdays and Sundays. I use the quotations due to it being pushed on you rather than making it sound optional. If you are not able to work on weekends as well as during the week, it is looked at as “not working in a team environment.” My particular “trainer” engaged in some more inappropriate topics while trying to get to know me on the field. They expressed a former employee he trained had quit, but they continued to text and they were interested in each other. He went into detail of his “type” and described me to a T. This did not make for a completely positive environment. This trainer was talked about very highly and it made it very difficult to bring up any constructive criticism. After emolument, the company was contacted about concerns with unfair pay. The response was that i had signed every bit of paperwork, I should have known, and specifically the ethical and moral policy they strongly felt an employee broke if they called with concern. This was incredibly disheartening. My closing statement: the management will build you up when things are great, but when it looks like a little bit of overcast, you may as well forget about it. Please make note that your commission is coming out of the pockets of people who are donating to a beautiful cause and only a portion of their donation is being used to the foundation. This is also not made clear to the donators.
Community Associate in Colorado
on January 11, 2022
So company appears to be legit from outside but once you go in it's a different story. Was really excited to help non profits but not for free. Also you will be working outside hoping to take a commission from "donations". They sell it as fundraising but really it's sales because they don't pay to train you.
Team Member in Wake Forest, NC
on July 1, 2021
Love the culture at Maverick. People are for each other and care for each other. Work/life balance is an emphasis and there are many opportunities for career growth.

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