Compare Lannick vs SterlingFreeman BETASee how SterlingFreeman vs. Lannick compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I worked at Lannick full-time
Lannick has great company culture, company events monthly, quarterly and annually. Backed by an American company/Private Equity, Lannick takes great pride in their employee programs. Hire from... within as well. Great Senior Management that brings a lot of good energy to the company. Overall great employer! Recommend to people that want to get into Sales.
Recruitment and Sales Associate job duties are very repetitive. A lot of hard work is needed to thrive. 35K base salary but potential to earn a lot through commissions. Although they hire from... within, some division managers want it done their way and play favouritism.
I worked at SterlingFreeman full-time for more than a year
Flexible Schedule, but that's about it
Late on Paychecks. One year after leaving, I'm still owed money. I probably will never see it since Michael Sterling left Tucson, left no forwarding address, and only communicates when he wants me... to take down a negative review of his company.
Advice to Management
Pay your employees... on time and for the full amount of money they are owed. You claim, "I always pay." But... you don't.