I worked for this company for two years and it was absolutely the worst job I've ever had. There is no work/life balance and bringing this up is a good way to get blacklisted for advancement. Advancement is done by jockeying for favor, not by actual evaluation, so if you work hard you won't really be noticed because you didn't take time to curry favor.
Every benefit has a major downside that you won't find out until you're there. One dollar insurance? Only for you. Paycom doesn't cover spouse or dependents (and they're very expensive to cover). Catered lunches? They're awful but often you're stuck eating them because you're so far from anywhere at the corporate office and you're working short lunches anyway. The vacation is terrible but you'll be looked down on for taking it anyway so it doesn't matter.
Management, especially team leads, are poorly trained and not fit for leadership. They push the glad-handing, favor currying culture that got them promoted so it's pointless to look to them for help.
Overall, it's an incredibly toxic place to work. Leaving was the best thing for my career and personal life. Don't go there. It's not worth it.
Don't fire people by texting them. Don't fire people the day they close a sale. Treat your employees with more respect and you may have a more productive, profitable office.
- TONS of room for growth. Paycom is huge on promoting from within, which is a major plus. For anyone who wants to achieve a lot in life and in their career, Paycom is the place to be.
- Our recruiters know how to hire great people! You'll find yourself surrounded by hard working, dedicated individuals. You know anyone you work with across all departments is going to pull their weight. You work with people who value a good work ethic.
- Leadership makes difficult decisions and takes action. It gets exhausting working for companies that don't trim necessary fat - Paycom is growing too quickly to keep individuals who are not major contributors.
- The community. Hard working, passionate people who care about their jobs = an incredible work environment like I've never seen before.
- Great benefits, learning opportunities, training, good PTO, monthly lunches, regular recognition, team building activities... I could go on!
- Leadership really listens to feedback (recently added another week of vacation time).