Run as far as you can in the opposite direction.
Pros: Free alcohol and healthcare
Cons: Clique culture, no job growth or job security, harassing innocent people, bad management
Worked here for a year as an Account Executive - they rope you in really quick. Show you videos about success stories, tempt you with other people's successes, and give you tons of free food and alcohol. They make you think this job is possible and right for everyone. Then you're thrown into the mix with little to no support from managers that are just as experienced as you are.
There is a ridiculous clique vibe here - the people who are the top performers are all best friends, and if you're not performing at the top you can't be friends with them. They're the favorites. If you are a favorite and then start performing badly, you're all but exiled and eventually fired without much warning. If you decide to leave on your own merit, you're also exiled and lose all your friends and references due to petty management.
Aside from feeling like you're in a movie about high school with the cliques and all the bratty kids who are clearly just entertaining this sales job for fun while they wait for their parents to give them their inheritance money, the place is a frat house. 95% of the staff are dating, living together, going out drinking together, casually hooking up, and this includes management. It's nice that they encourage a close-knit-meet-your-best-friends-here environment, but it's borderline incestual.
If you're not partaking in this weird friendship culture, again - you are alienated and not helped. They guilt trip you for missing happy hours and other drinking events because you have a life outside your job.
I would give this one star but they do have free healthcare – more... benefits and that is the ONLY good thing about this company.
Bottom line is that if you're looking for a starting point in sales, there are THOUSANDS of better opportunities than this place. But, if you're into drinking 24/7 with your co workers, hooking up with your co workers and managers, all while stressing about little to no training and harassing innocent small business owners (who you still have to call even if they don't speak English or respectfully decline), then Yelp is the place for you! – less