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28 days ago

Senior Software Developer Austin, TX

- Maintain and improve existing code through refactoring, bug fixes, and regression testing. - Contribute on all stages of the software development…

5 days ago

Operations Manager Austin, TX

Mission of the position: This position will work in conjunction with Production Team Members, Managers, and Senior Leadership across the organization…

5 days ago

Operations Director - Manufacturing Austin, TX

The role is highly dynamic and combines both tactical and strategic activities which must often be conducted simultaneously, and coordinated with…

16 days ago

Wearable Hope Design Internship Austin, TX

This is a part time (20 hrs/wk), flexible, off-site project-based internship. It is a hands on position with an immense…

1 day ago

Art Department Lead – new Austin, TX

You’re a motivated, results-driven contributor who brings passion and character to the art department. You know your way around the entire Adobe…

21 days ago

Production Team Member Austin, TX

As a Production Team Member you will assist in the printing of all signage ordered by our customers.You will work closely with your team and…

1 day ago

Customer Service Art Team Member – new Austin, TX

• Must be fully knowledgeable about our product suite in order to successfully identify and communicate problems within the order process to… Reviews

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Dan Graham
11 Ratings

    Great Learning Experience, but A Lot Expected for Little Pay

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    Former Employee - Rather Not Say  in  Austin, TX
    Former Employee - Rather Not Say in Austin, TX

    I worked at full-time for more than a year


    I learned so much here. I worked around such great people - fun and hard-working. The company values would be good, but some require you to do outside work (without pay).


    You won't get paid what you deserve - ever. They hire on interns for different departments, one after another, just to save money. In the long run, this is not a good idea - this means more effort into training someone who will yield under-par results. Management has been taught the corporate language - this means if you come to upper management with a problem, they already have a negative response for you.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen to your employees and be smarter about cost-saving ideas.

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