Technical Support Advisor (Current Employee) – Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear – 14 June 2019
The positives: Personal development is actively encouraged and in-house recruitment for roles is actively encouraged. Sage are working on their diversity and inclusion programme. Each employee has 5 days to spend out of the business supporting charities or working for the local community.
The negatives: Sales targets have become a large part of the technical support role putting more pressure on staff to spend time trying to sell rather than to the technical aspect of the role.
Colleagues are great real support for each other
Can be a very stressfull environment with sales targets added to the technical support role
Sage tries to be employee friendly but its really nothing different and nothing to write home about
Payroll Conversion Specialist (Current Employee) – Mount Laurel, NJ – 18 July 2019
Sage tries to be employee friendly but its really nothing different and nothing to write home about. Training opportunities to advance exist however it's a challenge to find the time to do it. Office politics causes square pegs to be put into round holes.
National Account Manager (Former Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – 17 July 2019
Somewhat micromanaged, but in the companies best interest. continued to change sales metrics for no real reason other than to prevent people from over achieving. Helped me build my brand / name recognition. Great coworkers.