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30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer (aka Coding Ninja) - Ruby/Rails

OptimisCorp Salt Lake City, UT

Are you a coding ninja? If so, we want to talk to you. OptimisCorp was started in 2006 with the vision to change lives by getting people's hearts… OptimisCorp


30+ days ago

HL7 Integration Engineer

OptimisCorp Salt Lake City, UT

Are you a HL7 guru? If so, we want to talk to you. OptimisCorp was started in 2006 with the vision to change lives by getting people's hearts… OptimisCorp


30+ days ago

Senior UX/UI Designer

OptimisCorp Salt Lake City, UT

Are you super awesome at making things look good and easy to use? If so, we want to talk to you. OptimisCorp was started in 2006 with the vision to… OptimisCorp


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    Management has no clue what they are doing; Leadership jumping ship faster than if they were on the Titanic.

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    I have been working at OptimisCorp full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Casual environment; flexibility with schedules; good vacation and sick policies; you get paid on time. It can be a great company if they had better leadership.

    Cons

    Inconsistent up the entire chain: management, executives, board of directors; Lack of vision; No clear policies written anywhere; Any policies that are written are consistently ignored; Executives and Management are nowhere to be found; Management makes decisions without even trying to learn any processes, very throw the baby out with the bath water environment; No communication with staff on what is going on; Everything is done at the very last minute; Everything is an emergency or turns into one because they have no back-up plans.

    Pay is seriously lacking, raises are very few and other than medical, dental and 401k, they don't offer much. No 401k match; no bonuses; Medical and dental aren't even covered 50% for the employee and they don't offer FSA or supplemental or life insurance. They try to tell you they are focused on wellness but they don't offer any of this. Worthless stocks, no raises despite long hours; Cohesion simply does not exist here.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Leadership starts from the top, so try showing some instead of just hiding out in an office together. How about letting your employees in on what you are trying to accomplish? What direction are you trying to go? Do you want to go public? Do you want to be a software company, a health company, a fitness company, a clinical company? Consider getting some specialized consultants in that can help you show you where you can pick up slack across the board and focus on goals for the short and long term.

    Attempt to talk to your employees and see what is working and what isn't working; Maybe sit down with your key staff and learn WHY and HOW they do things. Write it down. Get more staff in order to organize everything and come up with more consistent policies;

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