Web Developer (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – September 3, 2015
I worked at this company back in the days when web development companies were first starting out. I talked to the founders of the company everyday and they treated everyone well. The best place I have ever worked. This was when the office was in Reston before it was taken over by Headhunter.com. I am not sure how it is now.
Software Sales Executive (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 1, 2016
Careerbuilder is still in the process of becoming a SaaS company. The transition is going slowly. I don't have a lot of good things to say about working there. I would not recommend starting there right now.
So Careerbuilder is a great company to start your work experience (I had recently graduated). They really trusted me and gave me every opportunity to grow and learn with my position. The location is ideal and your coworker really do become your family. As they are an American based company they are quite strict with life/work balance. You will never be asked to come in on weekends or do extra shifts. You deal with your own workload and time as long as the work is done.
In my case I was in a really great team. But the tasks are quite repetitive, kind of like you pressed the reset button each month. It is not like a call centre (Thank God!) but you can be put under pressure as things tend to move around quite a lot.
I really do recommend working there as it is not a bad environment, but I don't think you'll stay there forever.
Senior Account Executive (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 29, 2015
The organization is going through some significant growing pains as they transition from media to SaaS. Management likes to micro-manage their reps. Leadership has NO experience in SaaS and they have no goals towards hiring execs from Salesforce, Oracle, etc. Challenging times. Attrition and turnover have been brutal over the last 2 years.
Management micromanages heavily and leadership does not have SaaS experience.
Client Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Norcross, GA – August 20, 2015
Fun work place with helpful management. Number oriented focus. Fair amount of red tape and politics. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning my role. There was a lot of variety in each day, from responding to clients emails and phone calls.