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Endurance – Austin, TX
Calling all top designers who have a passion for everything digital! Your dream job awaits... Our Creative team is looking for a Web and Graphic… Endurance
Endurance International Group – Austin, TX
We are a close-knit group of talented IT professionals who work with systems across several DCs and Brands. We are passionate about creating a smooth… Endurance International Group
Endurance – Austin, TX
The Technical Integrations Team is looking for an experienced Linux DevOps Engineer based at our office in Austin, TX… Endurance
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Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO
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I worked at Endurance International Group full-time (More than 3 years)
The pros of EIG are if you own a company they want to acquire... they will likely pay you a lot of money for what you've built. I don't know of any "pro" of working for a hosting provider "collector" like EIG.
EIG makes a habit of taking over businesses, fluffing the outlook in a way to be "positive", then backs out of it's promises. Hari stood in front of our office when the acquisition was happening and told us that what we were doing within our office wouldn't change, the culture wouldn't change etc. After the acquisition, EVERYTHING changed. People were getting fired like crazy, quitting because new policies weren't in line with what the job had been before, and write ups began happening much more frequently. People across an ocean shouldn't support anything that is USA based unless the product they're supporting came from within their office in the country they're in. Outsourcing jobs to other countries is an act that indicates you don't understand how support is supposed to work. People with technical problems don't want to hear a bunch of "thank yous, please bare with me's, i'm sorry for your problems..." etc. They don't need a massage over the telephone, but rather, want a speedy resolution by someone that is highly knowledgeable. You've heard of "you get what you pay for" right? Well when you save money by giving jobs to another country FOR THE PURPOSE of saving money, you've squandered your ability to give fantastic support. Unfortunately, these days this is what makes a company successful; fantastic support. Good luck, you're really going to need it with a CEO like Hari.
Advice to Management
Stop trying to dictate how things happen across such a broad range. Let the people that run the companies you acquire run them the way they were when you were attracted to acquire them. Don't tell people they have a free lunch by working for you then take $600 out of their final pay check for "free lunches". It didn't hurt me that they did this but it definitely caught me by surprise and made me know that there is no end to their penny pinching.