Inter-Web Services
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    11 to 50
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Salary estimated from 172 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

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Rating is calculated based on 23 reviews and is evolving.



Sales Representative in Mississauga, ON
on 21 October 2019
More potential than I initially expected...
The office environment is friendly and productive at the same time. Hours with break times, lunches, wellness, etc are fairly flexible and it's one of the few sales office I've been in that doesn't micromanage every part of your day. If you're good at your role, hit your targets, and perform well they usually let you go about your business and however you choose to close deals (text, e-mail, phone calls, etc) and manage accounts is up to you. There is room to move around and move up. The in-house gym is clean and great to use. The chef is pretty consistent with making great lunches. My manager is easy to get along with and still pushes and motivate us to reach goals. And there is money to be made if you stick around and managing accounts well. Only 3 months in but it's turned out to be a better job experience than what I had initially assumed in the beginning.
Marketing in Mississauga, ON
on 8 July 2020
Don't work here
Worked at Inter-Web Services in marketing. Great marketing team, sketchy, manipulative management who talk badly about employees behind their backs and promise bonuses that never get delivered (unless you're on the sales team). Enjoyed the perks (massage days, on-site chef), but the team building outings/exercises that were promised rarely happened. Low salary and contract employees are paid little. Little room to grow. Plans, such as company names and direction, seem to change overnight and with no warning. Save your time and effort and work somewhere where you'll be valued.
Account Manager in 2540 Matheson
on 1 November 2019
Better than Advertised
This place is awesome to work for. Great work culture. Very promising career with a lot of potential. They need motivated sales people , people who aren’t go getters don’t last in this company.
Account Manager in Mississauga, ON
on 30 October 2019
Excellent place to start a career
Been at interweb for about 6 weeks now - great environment with good people and the opportunity for great pay. Lots of extra perks aswell such as massage days, team building, on site gym and cafeteria. There is no micro management but lots of support along the way. Looking forward to the rest of my career here with Inter-Web.
Marketing in Marketing
on 26 October 2019
Unfair, disconnected and often slimy
My experiences included long hours, minimal time off, minimal sick time, low salary and a tendency towards cherry-picking which policies and procedures to enforce. It also included frustrating and deeply inhibiting proprietary software that will leave you way, way behind when you move on to another company that uses more modern or standard software. Bonuses were exceptionally rare and hard-fought for. This was the most stressful job I've ever had, despite how successful my team and I consistently were. No whoo-hoo's for how many customers we brought in, how much we built or how many key projects we completed. Instead, it felt like everyone was always on the defense and was fearful of losing their jobs. I think that sums up the overall experience pretty well. There were some perks, which included a gym, a chef. occasional massages, a few company outings here and there, and being part of a great team (although they let everyone go and there's so much turnover!). The gym and massages were great, honestly, and the company outings were generally fun. However, it cost a lot to eat the chef's food, you didn't get to choose the meal and I became particularly disenfranchised when I learned that many people didn't actually have to pay - especially those that sat at the legendary "RESERVED" table... Yes, they had a big table in the kitchen with a RESERVED sign on it for upper management so you always knew who was above the rest LOL! It was so ridiculous, and it served as a literal sign that showed how disconnected upper management really was from the rest of us lowly humans. I strongly believe there was also a complete disconnect between upper management and the employees because of their tendency to hire the smoothest talkers with the friendliest smiles as middle managers rather than hiring managers who are competent and actually know what they're doing. This became quite apparent as they started letting go all of their star employees, which completely baffled the staff as it went on. It seemed like there were so many opportunities for them to promote loyal, competent employees, but instead they would either let them go or hire outsiders. Generally speaking, I think upper management has no idea who actually does or did what for them, making it impossible for them to properly value anyone - and makes it impossible for you to make a name for yourself there.

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