Insperity – Roxbury, MA
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Insperity – Roxbury, MA
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Insperity – Newton, MA
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Insperity – Lincoln, MA
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Insperity – Natick, MA
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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Insperity full-time (more than an year)Pros
- Casual dress code
- Nice people to work with
- Flexible work hours
- Latest development toolsCons
- Developers should be given more work from home opportunity. There is really no reason for us to come to the office as much as we do. Team dynamics is often a hyped-up topic, especially when it comes to how software developers work. Sure, it's important, but let's not forget about the people that feel extremely unproductive being surrounded by noise, extreme AC, fluorescent light, and the expectation that you're at your desk most of the time.
- Company doesn't seem to have a good vision
- Snacks aren't renewed in a timely manner. We've gone without snacks for over two months, and sadly it's 99% unhealthy food and drinks.
- Compensation is below Houston standards. One can easily make $10-20K more working somewhere else.
- Internet network is extremely prohibitive. I've seen legitimate websites blocked. No idea why.
- Fun activities seem to be very limited.
- Boring office space
- IT is run by people without interesting technical backgrounds. This is not a software company even though it seems we have a software app for every product.
- Kingwood is a rather boring place to live in
- Newcomers will have a hard time fitting in unless they initiate conversation with others and ask for help (Mentoring and training opportunities are limited.)RecommendsNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO