Manager Spotlight: Meet Mackenzie

Part two of four for the sales managers spotlight features Mackenzie, Kansas City sales manager. She has been a part of the Paycom family since 2010.

Describe how you felt when you saw Paycom’s corporate headquarters this past week.

Seeing how much our corporate campus and each department has grown is truly remarkable. It’s a surreal experience to see the direct result of the work we do every day and know I’m a part of something so special.

Describe Paycom when you first started.

When I started at Paycom we were still dreaming of being a publicly traded company. The vision of having 42 sales teams truly was just a vision at the time. I always knew we had great things ahead for us, but I don’t think I could have imagined or anticipated just how far we would come. It is so incredible to see those visions become a reality and know that the future holds even more exciting opportunities for our organization.

What’s the one word you would choose to describe Paycom, and why?

Intentional. I thought a lot about this word because there are many that could describe Paycom. However, I think “intentional” sums up all of the best things about our organization. We have a leader that is truly intentional about every decision, direction and vision of our company. That’s the word that makes me the most proud to work for Paycom because I know that we will never do anything by accident and we will always be intentional in the ways we continue to lead our industry.

Why would a candidate want to work here versus a different company?

It’s all in the eye of the beholder. The things that make this company so special for one person could be entirely different for the next candidate. For me, Paycom has provided me the vehicle to develop professionally as a young business woman, grow personally and accomplish both personal and professional goals. Paycom has enabled me to live out the “blueprint” that I envision for my life and that’s something that makes working for Paycom very unique. I am very grateful to have found that early in my career.