PFSweb's foundation was built on Christian values, solid business prowess, and brilliant technical knowledge. Good leadership and decision making from the very top have steadily built it into the company it is today.
After a new CEO, a merger, and two acquisions, however, it has begun to show symptoms of becoming an investor-catering, cut-throat corporation whose responsibility is to their stock price rather than their integrity, and to quantity over quality. I will not say it's a bad place to work - after all, business is business - it's just a completely different company now than it was even 5 short years ago.
Compensation is fair, but salaries are not especially competitive. The benefits are below average. Extra perks are mostly non-existent with the exception of a few corporate discounts on a few of our client's websites. The work environment is what you make of it, but I've found it to be much more style than substance.
If you are considering accepting a position with PFSweb, just tread lightly, take your executives' promises with a grain of salt, and never assume your job is totally secure. Best of luck!
I've worked for PFSWeb just over 3 years now. I have learned a lot and am grateful for the opportunity. PFSWeb is in a transition period as we have added a new majority shareholder and the CEO has been let go. I am unsure of the direction the company will go next and feel now is a good time to begin looking for a company to begin my career.
A new VP was assigned over implementation and he decided to make a statement and many changes. After the RIF 3 other PM's left.