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Aug 2018

- CEO and executive leadership are very hands on - this helps you have access to the right people that can help you grow professionally - company is very relaxed as long as you get your job done - fun place to work and the culture is very easy going - great benefits and financial packages - great customers, and highly respected client portfolio


I don't really have "con's" to list - as a sales professional at ProcessMAP, you will definitely need to work hard but this is standard and the same as anywhere.


The People team is focused on providing on-the-ground support for our team from Day 0 to their last day with Mapbox. This includes leading the Mapbox onboarding program, supporting benefits enrollment and improvements, people systems administration, and taking on special projects to support the rapid growth of our global team.

Mar 2021

I used to love working here. You get to accrue personal, upt and vacation. You could use the hours whenever, unless it was a black out period. They started out eager to train associates.


Every aspect of their "culture" has changed over the last few years. They no longer want to train people in new areas. You still accrue time but they have more black out periods. They don't follow CDC guidelines for the corona virus. They would rather their associates risk getting sick instead of telling customers to expect delays. If you end up hurt or injured (whether on the job or not) they will start looking for reasons to get rid of you. There is no "our employees are important and make us money" mentality any more.


It used to be the stocks but they quit that when they raised their minimum wage to $15 to an hour.

Apr 2023

Set schedule if you chose that, most departments have simple work although often repetitive, they have the best benefits i've ever seen a job offer.


they do not treat you like a person. the managers do the best that they can but at the end of the day they have too many employees under them. they will NOT excuse time off even if it was an emergency. unless an immediate family member has passed away, you will not be able to have time excused. so ya know, be sure to plan your emergencies and have blood family members, not a chosen family.


the insurance plans are quite literally the cheapest and cover the most from any employer i have ever seen. health, dental, vision, life is all under $30 per pay period (weekly for me)

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