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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Edaptive Computing full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
Lots of interesting government projects. If there isn't one there that interests you, every quarter is open season on SBIR projects, and if you ask management and we have the tools you can write a proposal to start up a project.
Working hours are relatively flexible; core hours are 9-4, but if you have to get something done during that time period all they ask is that you send out an email and then make up that time during the same pay period.
Schedules are generally lax; if you're working on something and you need more time you just have to ask for it. It's rare that you find that your project is on a tight time table.
A large group of intelligent, generally friendly people to work with.Cons
Compensation is below average for most positions.
Desks and chairs for all but senior level management are close to the smallest you can get from IKEA. They are very close to the maximum number of employees they can fit into their current square footage (though they recently acquired the building next door, they haven't yet moved into it).Advice to ManagementAdvice
More compensation would be nice.RecommendsPositive Outlook
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I worked at Edaptive ComputingPros
I had an opportunity to learn new things and aquire new skills. Worked on some of the cutting edge technology projects.Cons
None but had to move due to personal reasons. It is a small company but offers an opportunity to excel and be recognized for performance.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Grow commercial sales. I was encouraged by the growth I saw while I was there but would like to see more commercial projects.Recommends