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Progrexion Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • CEO
    Michael DeVico
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Financial Services
  • Headquarters
    257 E 200 S, Suite 1200 ...
  • Link
    Progrexion website
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Employees at Progrexion have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

Health insurance
Paid time off
Dental insurance
Health savings account
Flexible spending account
Food provided
Retirement plan
Work from home
Flexible schedule
Vision insurance
401k matching
Employee discount
Parental leave
Commuter assistance

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 499 reviews and is evolving.



Sales Representative in Provo, UT
on August 17, 2022
I wish there was more training after your 2 weeks of training. I remember I would try to look for help from random manuals I found in between calls and it helped a little bit. I was trained how to do the job, and then a month in the higher ups told everyone saying things the way I was taught was dishonest and then I was lost because I was trained to do it like that and I didn't realize it was dishonest. I bet it's better now with set trainers but I wish they had more great coaching instead of just talk slow and act like you don't care.
Sales Representative in Phoenix, AZ
on August 10, 2022
Company doesn’t care about anything but making sells you will feel like scum talking to them all day because you feel like your scamming them. And all the while they don’t care about helping people they just want the sale by any means
Credit Analyst in Remote
on August 9, 2022
Cons:If you feel like you lie your way into making people think that this program can work for them then this is right kind of job and this applies if you don't mind taking money away from people that don't have money and just lie your way to making them think your helping them then this is the job for you... they don't care if your are about to die and try to send proof that you are sick they will let you go so if you can deal with people that are careless then this is the place to go .. pros you get good PTO that's about it . I would not recommend this place to anyone to work for this company.
Sales Representative in Rexburg, ID
on August 1, 2022
This work is hard, and I think that's why a lot of people shy so far away from it. It's really the difference in a lot of these reviews. If you don't care about the work then you will not succeed and you'll feel gross doing it. All in all, this isn't just another college job. I want to make my career doing this and a lot of my friends feel the same. Helping people fix their credit has made me a better person and helped me find purpose in my work. Besides, management and company culture is great. Such a fun place to work.
Inside Sales Representative in Remote
on July 23, 2022
The company has a good work life balance, but they promise you all this money when you actually won't make it. Paychecks are very small and impossible to live off of if you have a family. $16/hr but after benefits and taxes you're bringing home high schooler wages. Job is very boring, scripted sales, super repetitive. Training is pretty cool and teaches you gratitude. Certain management, especially managers in training will give you information that basically sets you up for failure. Some of the managers are amazing and super helpful. They will fire you; they are fire happy here.

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Are you comfortable doing sales? Are you comfortable talking to strangers? How do you handle stress? What was an example of where you in a stressful situation and how did you handle it?

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