Integral Consulting Inc.

  www.integral-corp.com
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    Extreme valuation differences between technical staff and support staff!

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    Former Employee - Undisclosed  in  Seattle, WA
    Former Employee - Undisclosed in Seattle, WA

    I worked at Integral Consulting Inc. full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    Job security - everything you do has to be done 100 times because 100 people have to review it before it's final and no one has the same opinion so you'll always have work to do. Oblivious management - no one is monitored on how they use their computers so Facebook and internet game play are nearly encouraged, and no one is monitored on how long their lunches are, or when they come and go for their shifts, so folks get paid to work full-time, although I doubt many of them do! Transportation benefits - company pays for public transit, and offers other reimbursements too depending on the person.

    Cons

    No communication - After nearly 10 years of working there people still didn't know what my role in the company was! Horrible pay - good luck getting more than a few cent raise once a year! The cost of living increases are gigantic in comparison to how your pay will increase over time. Boring work - Sure it's job security, but having to repeat a task 1500 times because one person doesn't like one little word, or the color shade needs to be darker, is BORING! Support staff underpaid and over-utilized - No matter how beneficial you've been to the success of the company, how many people you're expected to support, or what hoops you'll dive through to meet the deadlines of someone more important than you, you will never be adequately rewarded for it. You will never get a raise worth bragging about (there's a formula for those), you'll never be offered company stock (unless you are technical staff, since only they matter), and if you do manage to get the nearly-extinct spot bonus, don't count on it being more than lunch money for the week! No room to advance - Nope, none. Maybe if you're technical staff, but even then, it's questionable.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Adjust your pay scales so they meet or exceed those of similar companies. Make yearly raises at least (and I mean at the very least) equivalent to the rise in the cost of living for the year. Pay attention to your staff, what they do (and don't do), how they help your company grow, what role they play, and act on that knowledge! Reward those that are deserving, reprimand those that aren't, otherwise, you'll just continue to pay half (or more) of your staff for doing nothing all day, while not paying those who truly work for you. Recognize that your support staff are not your inferiors, they are your lifelines! Without them, you wouldn't even exist so show a little appreciation rather than give them the impression that they aren't good enough for you!

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook