Compare Demandbase vs PresenceLearning BETASee how PresenceLearning vs. Demandbase compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Demandbase full-time
team here is building something brand new together. everyone's opinion counts and it's a "we're in this together" mentality. if you are career oriented this is a slam dunk place to spend a few years+
if you are the type of person who is in a dead sprint to retirement and just trying to make it through... do not work here. they are very driven and this will be intimidating & uncomfortable for... people who do not buy into the company vision.
Advice to Management
continue to recognize authenticity, collaboration, and innovation and you will be okay. never rest on your laurels
I have been working at PresenceLearning full-time for more than a year
Some of the best reasons to work at Presence Learning: 1. A great entry place to start for technical experience, doesn't require any real previous experience with technical issues. 2. Snack bar... in office is always filled to grab something when you would like to, this honestly saves you money and is very convenient, paying $10+ in snacks at the store compared to the drinks, coffee, chips etc... That are in office is very nice 3. The cases honestly are never too hard just can be time consuming, which for the pay isn't too bad 4. Office culture is pretty good , everyone usually works well together.
Some downsides here: 1. No real way to move up in the company as technicians, pretty much stuck at Tier 2 being your highest unless there's a possible position opening in other departments which... provide no technical aspects. 2. Work load increase, no pay increase to match the increase in workload. Since starting within this position we've taken on so much more responsibility and work load that you would think may increase the wage but that isn't the case. The positions have combined work from other departments that requires more training. 3. Positions not being backfilled. When positions become vacant, upper management refuse to backfill them and force more responsibility on others.