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Read what Wealthvest Marketing employees think about their company culture and make sure it is the right fit for you.

Wealthvest Marketing has a culture and values rating of 3.9.

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3 English questions out of 3

18 July 2022

What is the company culture like at Wealthvest Marketing?

Pros

I was contracted to work for WealthVest while one of their senior designers was on maternity leave. It’s not uncommon to work remotely on contracts for a short time and miss the opportunity to grow with a remote team because the distance and short time frame have their restrictions. However, this was not the case with WealthVest. Not only did I grow close with each of the employees because of their inviting and friendly character, but if another company didn’t approach me for a permanent position, I would’ve pitched another contract extension to remain a part of WealthVests positive and productive environment. The entire marketing team was efficient, helpful, and, most of all, appreciative of my efforts. It was easy to show up and give my all every day because I felt appreciated and essential to the workflows. The delegation of tasks is handled efficiently and responsibly, and the communication is dealt with at such a high level of transparency that the projects are almost always completed with time to spare. This is my first review for a company I’ve had the pleasure of working at, but the bar is now set so high that I just felt that not sharing my positive experience was a disservice to the productive and kind team. Thanks again, WealthVest!

Cons

This was such a positive contract experience that it may have ruined my expectation level for future contracts.

The delegation of tasks is handled efficiently and responsibly, and the communication is dealt with at such a high level of transparency that the projects are almost always completed with time to spare.

18 July 2022

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11 June 2020

How was the interview at Wealthvest Marketing?

Pros

The view of the beach is nice. Sales training is definitely there.

Cons

The management is terrible. They're all about cutting corners is the wrong places. The owners have some rather... "unique" business policies that I wouldn't recommend being apart of. Oh, and let's not forget about the nepotism that runs rampant in the company. The managers are micromanaging what you're doing to the point they are standing over your shoulder watching you. They operate in a frat house style, so much so that they actively recruit from Sigma Chi. If you want a job where you want security and not have to worry about being hired, chewed up and then spit out, don't work here. It was a constant stress. If you can, find a job somewhere else. Everything looks good and shiny in the interview... but after a few months, you see behind the curtain. As mentioned, take the positives from current employees with a grain of salt.

Everything looks good and shiny in the interview... but after a few months, you see behind the curtain.

11 June 2020

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10 June 2021

What is the hiring process like at Wealthvest Marketing?

Pros

The induction process, given the current COVID19 circumstances, has been very thorough and helpful. Clear duties, friendly and open communication between the team members. The management is great: good selection of training options; learning, professional development opportunities. Regular performance review, discussions of my progress and the areas where I can improve my skills. I especially enjoyed the work-life balance at Wealthvest Marketing, incredible freedom and flexibility. The salary and perks are pretty good.

Cons

A typical day doesn’t exist at my job, but this is a really exciting journey for me.

The induction process, given the current COVID19 circumstances, has been very thorough and helpful.

10 June 2021

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3 English questions out of 3