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3 days ago

Mobile QA Engineer

Q Analysts LLC Mountain View, CA

Create test plans and test cases from functional specificationsDevelop and execute test automation scripts in Python and JavaScript. Python… Dice


9 days ago

Oracle Data Integrator Developer (ODI, OBIA, Oracle Financials)

Q Analysts LLC Mountain View, CA

FOR CONSIDERATION PLEASE CONTACT ADRIANA ARANDA AT aarandaqanalysts.com mailtoaarandaqanalysts.com or at 408-907-8528. Are you passionate about… Dice


11 days ago

Test Engineer

Q Analysts LLC Fremont, CA

Work with manual Black Box test suites to run build verification and full test passes. Execute additional exploratory ad-hoc testing as needed. Write… Dice


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    Pros

    Work with Fortune 500 companies such as Amazon, Starbucks, Kaiser, AT&T
    Specialize in recruiting a technical skill set

    Cons

    Incredibly low pay. Bonuses are not sufficient. Expect to live off of your base. You have to be promoted several times before you can hope to have a decent bonus. There is no set criteria for promotions.
    Controlling management. Management will tell you what a great company they are, then act like you aren't good enough for them. They act like they own you and micromanage every detail of your personal and professional life.
    Drama filled coworkers.
    Poor working hours
    Health benefits are terrible.

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    Give your employees a reason to be invested in the company. Pay them what they are worth. Give them the flexibility they need to have a decent work life balance. Be willing to listen to employee feedback sooner. Realize there is turn over for a reason.

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