Compare Cvent vs Primatics Financial BETASee how Primatics Financial vs. Cvent compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Cvent part-time for more than a year
- Great people who make work fun - majority are geuinely kind and caring, always willing to help no matter what job - Lots of socials including monthly drinks and different activities - Not one day... is the same, always something new and different to do so I never get bored - Management are readily accessible, easy to talk to and not condescending or itimidating - very friendly and treat you as a friend - Good guidance for what I want to do and encouragement when I have new ideas for the office and for my role - Rewarded and appreciated for doing well both in words of appreciation and in salary
- Location of office - not a great commute for some employees but I guess you can't please everyone and current office also lacks meeting rooms - Some days can be very long - really unpredictable... workload in my job role - Very busy in the run up to and during CONNECT - had to work long hours way past my scheduled timetable and no Time Off In Lieu - Seems like Sales always get the most incentives with fun competitions and evenings out - May feel there is bias towards Cvent HQ
Advice to Management
Recognise and reward your outstanding employees before they even start looking for a new job, that way they won't even consider leaving. We've lost a lot of good people because recognition and reward... was too little, too late.
I have been working at Primatics Financial full-time for more than 3 years
In the past year, I can confidently say nothing at all. It pains me to say that but it's 100% true. Things have drastically changed.
This company has no direction, and no longer has a strong footing in the industry. The amount of work, billable hours, and general direction from upper management is extremely volatile and... inconsistent. -They pay A LOT of lip service to training, but any quality training simply does not exist here. -They claim to be a top shelf technology company but they are operating in an early 2010's midset, and no one in the company has a desire to modernize anything. -Bureaucracy and red tape, everywhere possible. -No longer has a dedicated IT and HR department, good luck trying to deal with any issues that pertain to either. -Top level VP's are more focused on telling people to submit time cards than they are with the employee or company well being. -All technical positions have slowly been moved offshore. -Lay offs without any warning. -Every office seems to have a silent rivalry with one another, everyone wants to kick the can to someone else and should anyone want to actually take responsibility for items they receive poor performance reviews because of it.
Advice to Management
You could write a 50 page dissertation outlining precise steps on what needs to be done to improve the life of this company, and it would fall on deaf ears to anyone who's in a position to do... anything about it. Meanwhile 6 months down the road the exec's will scramble at the last minute and proclaim precisely what you had warned, frantically throw resources at the problem in a feeble attempt to try to mitigate the very disaster that could have been easily prevented before.