Working at Internet Brands

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Internet Brands Reviews

What is it like working at Internet Brands?

Retention Specialist:
Low pay doesn't attract high-quality people in management which leads to poorly skilled managers who they themselves quit after short terms to pursue jobs elsewhere. The company cares more about the bottom line than serving customers which leads to major churn. The poor build quality of product and services causes severe downtime for both customers and frontline workers which leads to things like high employee turnover. Lack of promotional opportunities decreases employee morale. Essentially the company betrays the knowledge found in studies like Human Resources Management, Labor Economics, and basic Customer Service training for reasons unknown. The company wants hyper-growth but does nothing to improve to stay competitative.
Demotivating experience.
Product Marketing Specialist in Los Angeles:
Pros: A good starting point to get exposure to digital product for someone like me without tech experience and looking for a switch
Cons: Internal communication problems making people less willing to make changes. People are not passionate about their jobs and things are moving slowly to get an idea implemented here.

Most Popular Benefits at Internet Brands

Retirement & Financial Benefits
Profit Sharing
401(k) Plan
Health & Insurance Benefits
Health Insurance
Life Insurance