I have been working at Progressive Leasing full-time (More than a year)
All levels of leadership are authentic, genuine and sincerely care about the employees. The company is committed to doing what’s right- for the customer AND their employees. Overall, Progressive operates with an impressively high level of integrity. There are some opportunities, as no employer is perfect, but this truly is a great place to work! They are fair and understanding - more so than any other place I’ve worked. I’ve worked here for 2.5 years and it has been a deeply appreciated blessing to me. I feel valued, respected, and encouraged to contribute new ideas. Progressive invests in their people and they aren’t afraid to go the extra mile to ensure that!
Example: Each year they ADD additional benefits and perks; however, I have never had to pay more out of pocket for them! I understand that this may not always be the case, but knowing what the increase in healthcare costs were for 2018 speaks volumes to the care and concern Progressive has for their employees. THANK YOU!
Growing pains- sometimes their isn’t always a process or procedure in place for one-off things BUT I know that’s being worked on. It’s not an ignored thing from leadership.
Patience is sometimes required- it’s something you need to be mindful of when working for a growing company. Trust the process and the intent of leadership- we’ll get there!
Advice to Management
Please don’t ever slow down on making the culture and employees a top priority. I am PROUD to work at Progressive! And much of that has to do with the decisions and direction you take to ensure the consistent growth and development of the company. I applaud your humble and transparent practices. Keep up the good work!
The process took 6+ weeks. I interviewed at Progressive Leasing (New York, NY (US)).
The hiring process is very long. Typically you do an interview with HR, then a Video interview and then you speak with the potential manager.
Once you get to the manager the process is that his boss has to sign off too.
Salary really isnt very negotiable.