QuestPoint – Carlsbad, CA
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I worked at QuestPoint full-time for more than a yearPros
Putting my thoughts on the internets about QuestPoint. Here's the low-down without all the BS (that includes the glowing reviews too).
Smart coworkers segmented into small groups living that scrum life. Very tech-savvy company - no desk phones - and tools provided for your success in whatever your role is, no questions asked.
You are essentially allowed to come and go as you please, unlimited vacation time, provided the work you were hired to do is completed.
Great environment, yes they have snacks/catered food/etc, which seems to be a highly contentious 'perk' in the negative reviews here, but have you lived in Carlsbad? The time it would take leave the office, go downstairs, get into your car, drive to the very-limited fast food places in the area, wait in line with everyone else, wait for food, eat, drive back to the office and back to your desk... yeah. Free food is kind of a perk, but if anything, I'm sure it pays for itself because I would typically eat for 20 minutes and spend the rest of my lunch hour working. And Jesus yes there is a ping pong table, who cares. I was there for a year and never picked up a paddle. I saw maybe six people use this over 12 months.Cons
Transparency is a big part of QP, and leading up to late June, it was clear times were harder than they were six months ago. I got swept up in a 50+ person layoff. That is a pretty big con, but I ended up getting a similar paying gig that I would have never qualified for, without my experience at QP. So thanks?Advice to ManagementAdvice
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