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30+ days ago

Systems Support Engineer

H5 San Francisco, CA

include: Desktop Support • Tier 1-3 support, including investigation, troubleshooting and resolution of trouble tickets raised to the IT group… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Information Retrieval Researcher

H5 San Francisco, CA +3 locations

• Rapidly developing an understanding of new subject matter related to complex litigation via independent research and team interaction… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Data Science Manager

H5 San Francisco, CA

H5 is seeking a Data Science Manager to lead H5’s Data Group in its contributions to eDiscovery and document… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

eDiscovery Technical Services Analyst (Evening Shift)

H5 San Francisco, CA

H5 is seeking a dynamic and energetic individual to join our eDiscovery, Technical Services team in a role supporting activity during evening hours… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Junior Analyst, RMA

H5 Mumbai

of the Junior Analyst, RMA role involve the following: • Review and analysis documents in large corpora to assess relevancy vis-à-vis client… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Director of Practice Development

H5 NY, DC, Midwest, Southeast, United States

of the company while discovering needs and fit • Identify new opportunities through research, networking and other tactics • Conduct initial… Glassdoor

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    I worked at H5 as a contractor


    Pays well, for contractors at least


    H5 is lost in space. The company is a doc review team, hidden behind the moniker of high-tech edisco, but its just a lot of smoke and mirrors, IMO. (It can be difficult to be on calls with clients, even, listening to the mumbo jumbo thats code for what are pretty routine methods of doc review.) Anyway, don't have much hope for this company growing and being a leader or even a middle-of-the-packer.

    The central team has been there so long -- and this company so insular -- they seem a bit unaware of what else is out there in the industry. People are constantly referring to slow times on the market; but, really, the market is only slow for H5. Perhaps it would be better served by innovating internal technology or getting to a business model that can sustain new and fresh employees (which they currently can't afford). But, this place seems really stuck in its ways and its un-exciting to be there.

    Speaking of slow times, the company is heavily dependent on contract staff that comes in and out, and are recruited with exaggerated claims of possible future employment. The shocking reality hits everyone in their first days or weeks (that there are zero jobs available) and many leave resentful (and suddenly, too, when let go without warning or even basic manners) and left feeling like the company is deliberately dishonest about the prospects.

    And this brings up the final point, and thats the company culture. Even though a lot of people are _great_ on an _individual_ level, the group dynamic is awful. Sad contractors aside, you walk into the room and can feel the heavy apathy in the air: no one chats, says "hi!" in the morning, and the office is permanently quiet like a nunnery. Its indescribable. Its probably the oddest work environment I've ever stepped into.

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    Develop: (1) A company culture; (2) A better application <--- yeah, its not good

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