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Former Employee - SMB Account Executive says

"I worked at Infosec full-time for less than a year Cons: sales org is a complete mess, management has no idea what they are doing, lots of pressure but no training, commission structure is rough"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Infosec full-time for less than a year Cons: So many cons... terrible commission plan. Unrealistic quotas so you get next to nothing in commission. You can work a full month but only get half of your earned commission. If you do get full commission it’s not much. You have to pay for parking. Tiny and dark cubes."

Current Employee - Sales Associate says

"I have been working at Infosec full-time for more than 3 years Cons: If you’re a savvy job-hunter, and have read hundreds of Glassdoor reviews, you can usually spot the ones written by management and HR to attract candidates. “Company growing too fast”, and other such phrases used as ‘Cons’..really? Safe bet that’s who penned several of the most recent reviews, but judge for yourself. Here are the real cons: -If you don’t live in the city, the long and sometimes costly commute to the BOT - No flexibility to work remotely, thought few employees allowed subject to C-level discretion. -Quality (specifically proprietary material) and value don’t match very high cost of training that’s sold. - Leadership hard to trust. Nuf said. - Your constructive feedback goes on deaf ears. So don’t bother wasting your breath. - Serious lack of empathy for students. Makes you feel awful at times for taking their money with guarantees only on specific training that cuts major costs for company. - Metrics drive companies that sell, but some are arbitrary and unrealistic. Miss your expected dials by 1-2 calls, no leads for you tomorrow! Really? - Ohhhh...the REVISED compensation plan. It was pretty decent up til spring 2018. Then it became a punitive comp plan, where you can lose up to half of your commission if you don’t hit several specific targets, aside from monthly revenue. -Miserable coworkers ( mostly due to cons listed) create a toxic workplace. -Tying in to above: feeling that THEY don’t care about you."

Sales says

"I worked at Infosec Cons: Owner is horrible, commission structure is unattainable, commissions always change"

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"I worked at Infosec Cons: Management is completely unprofessional and unethical. They don't deliver on what they promise and they do not run the business as if it was a legitimate organization that has to adhere to regular business conduct."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Infosec full-time Cons: - Values output (product and content) quantity over quality. - Management squanders its employees potential completely. - Highly questionable business practices - No regard for the customer experience - High Turnover"