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    Pros

    - Great work/life balance
    - Supportive coworkers
    - A solid, growing group of young employees
    - Training opportunities
    - Great networking opportunities
    - People are generally open and friendly
    - Not an overly competitive work environment

    For those of you who are fresh out of college, Esri is a great place to start your career. You meet a lot of young people through the internship program. Meet a few people, and it will quickly snowball into a pretty solid group of friends. I've met some of my closest friends during the two years I worked here. It's a good transition from college life to working life because Redlands feels like a college town (I guess it technically is because UofR is here).

    Esri is a great learning environment. While the work can be challenging at times, its not too cut throat. I loved working at Esri, and would definitely consider returning later in life.

    Cons

    - Salary is not competitive
    - Raises are consistent but small
    - Can feel a bit "corporate" at times.
        - They would not let me listen to spotify while I worked
        - Management was ok with working us till late before a release, but would complain about "long coffee breaks."
    - Manager micromanaged....a lot
    - May be team specific, but manager did not like cross team collaboration and did not support it
    - Team didn't have enough resources for scope of work
    - No room for vertical growth (aka, promotions)
    - Horizontal movement opportunities available, but difficult
    - Has job security, which is great! But results in a lot of "checked out" people who've been there for over 20 years
    - Lack of opportunity for vertical growth results in people just "checking out." But as a result, work environment is chill, not cut throat.
    - No perks
    - The entire company gets one bonus a year regardless of salary...which is like $100, $90 after taxes.... Merry Christmas!
    - Building M, where the developers work, get preferential treatment. Lounge rooms, sofas, pretty colors, newest coffee machines.... I think all of the photos on glassdoor are from M. The rest of us work in drab fishbowls, and the facilities were built in the 80s or something.

    Also, I think the photo of everyone playing foosball is....misleading. Where is that table...? Did they bring it in for the photo shoot? Ever since I've seen that photo I've been on a quest to find it. Never have.

    Advice to Management

    More opportunities for vertical growth, more employee perks, more competitive salary.

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