Employee Spotlight: Meet Rob

Rob is our first employee spotlight of the month and is the manager of our Baltimore office. He joined the Paycom family in 2009, and has been rocking it ever since.

When asked what advice he would give a new sales rep, he said, “Being a sales rep at Paycom is not easy, but keep a positive mindset no matter what. It will all pay off and the team will support you throughout the process. The light at the end of the tunnel is closer than you think. Keep doing the right things and one day it will click! As soon as self-actualization hits, you will quickly be off to the races!”

If you want to learn more about Paycom, connect with Rob on LinkedIn.

Describe what you do.

I manage the sales force in the Baltimore office for Paycom. There are several things that encompass the position, from scouting out new talent to developing my people, to bringing new companies on board to the Paycom platform.

What is your favorite “Paycom Perk?”

Developing relationships with people from around the country at Paycom has been the biggest perk! We travel to Dallas and OKC for training and development. It’s always great to see the people you work with from all the other offices. President’s Club is also an incredible perk where all the top performers get a chance to celebrate their successes together!

What is your greatest accomplishment at Paycom?

I have had the chance to become familiar with markets while working at Paycom. I experienced hardships in both the sales and management positions. In both of those scenarios, I was able to work through the adversity and reach promotions shortly after. Overcoming those obstacles was by far my greatest accomplishments and has shaped who I am today.

Where has been your favorite place to travel?        

My wife, Taylor, and I were able to travel to Croatia and Budapest last year for vacation. It was by far the best trip we have ever taken. Both Croatia and Budapest have great people, awesome food and incredible views. We are usually on the lookout for vacations that are a little outside the norm, as far as destinations go. This year will be no different!

If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be, and why?

My unhealthy option would be a Japanese restaurant in Lubbock, Texas. Although some might not enjoy it, I think their hibachi grill is incredible! My healthy option would be to eat ahi tuna from Hawaii with Sriracha! It’s light, healthy and delicious.