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6 Reviews
6 Reviews
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John Roland
2 Ratings

    very poorly managed with strategic vision beyond the next quarter

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    Current Employee - Senior Network Engineer in Irving, TX
    Current Employee - Senior Network Engineer in Irving, TX

    I have been working at Extreme Reach full-time (less than an year)


    some of the people are nice
    pay is average or almost average


    extremely long hours, especially in IT and Engineering
    extremely unstable and poorly architected/designed platform and network
    senior management is clearly more interested in getting more rounds of funding from investors than in producing a good product and seems to only care about getting to the IPO so they can make off with their golden parachutes
    PTO policy is only average and time off requests are regularly refused
    any and all criticism or suggestions for improvement are seen as being negative and result in employees being castigated - once new employees realize this, they simply clam up to protect themselves and start looking to leave the company (as I am)
    CTO writes most of the code himself, which goes a long way to explaining why 1- suggestions for improvements aren't taken in a positive light and 2- the coompany's technology footprint has no clear future plans and is so unstable
    all the micromanaging, lack of leadership and uncertainty about the future leads to a lot of tense feelings within the company
    All conversations concerning improving the company end with the same statement - "But that's not the ER way." - which just shuts down all discussion.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    From all your acquisitions and despite your illogical decisions when it comes to the many layoff rounds, you employ people with extremely strong skill sets, if you would only listen to them.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

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