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23 hrs ago

Business Intelligence Software Engineer – new

Extra Space Salt Lake City, UT

The Business Intelligence (BI) Software Engineer will work closely with the Database / Business Marketing Team responsible for designing, developing… Glassdoor


1 day ago

Sr. Tax Accountant – new

Extra Space Salt Lake City, UT

The Senior Tax Accountant is responsible for preparing Federal and State tax filings on behalf of the Company. The incumbent works closely with other… Glassdoor


1 day ago

Property Accountant (Staff Accountant) – new

Extra Space Salt Lake City, UT

include the preparation and analysis of monthly financial statements and… Glassdoor


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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Salt Lake City, UT
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Salt Lake City, UT

    I have been working at Extra Space full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    I actually have recommended this company to several friends. The work-life balance is amazing and people at every level take advantage of it. It's not something that the company "offers" but people are too afraid to take advantage of. As long as you get high quality work done on time, you can have a lot of flexibility in your work schedule, make day-time appointments, etc. The benefits and pay are sufficient, and there are promotion opportunities for hard workers.

    Cons

    There is a paradox between the company always telling people to get "fit" as part of the HR/health insurance message, and then all of the free soda in the fridge, and donuts, bagels, and barbecue handed out all the time. If you don't have much willpower, you will have to watch your waistline. The treats are pretty constant. Also, especially among the older employees, there is a pretty strong resistance to change which is annoying when trying to make even small changes.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    As a public health measure, please consider taking away the free soda. It is inconsistent with the company's other messaging and poor health habits reduce work performance. Also, in the new building, I hope you will consider some standing desks and a locker room to help support healthy habits and attract high caliber employees who are hard-working and not resistant to change.

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