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12 days ago

Associate Account Executive

ReadyTalk Denver, CO

• Conduct a high volume of cold calls and cold emails to connect with DMs (VPs or Directors in the IT, Marketing and Sales departments) daily to… Glassdoor


13 days ago

User Experience Designer

ReadyTalk Denver, CO

ReadyTalk User Experience Designers are responsible for the user experience vision and design from project inception to delivery. It is a demanding… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Account Executive

ReadyTalk Denver, CO

During the first 90-days, the candidate will be focused on learning the front end of our sales process, which will include shadowing our account… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Vice President of Marketing & Strategy

ReadyTalk Denver, CO

include leading the product strategy process, creating a compelling product vision and roadmap that will allow ReadyTalk to grow and win in our… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Software Developer Intern

ReadyTalk Denver, CO

• Work with a development team using the Agile (Scrum) life cycle… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Software QA Engineer

ReadyTalk Denver, CO

Part detective, part creative problem solver, part tech nerd, all enthusiasm. Quality Assurance isn’t a check box on “Ye Olde Development Checklist… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Software Engineer

ReadyTalk Denver, CO

– Conference Center Software Engineer Web two point what? Clogging “the Intertubes” with all your XmlHttpRequests? Silly buzzwords aside, we’re… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Scheduling Coordinator

ReadyTalk Denver, CO

among the talents needed to thrive in this unique and challenging role. Requirements Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Software Engineer - Server

ReadyTalk Denver, CO

Are you obsessed with software performance? Are you paranoid about the security of programs you write? Do you daydream about highly available systems… Glassdoor


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    If you're excited by shifting sands, this is the place for you

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Denver, CO
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Denver, CO

    I have been working at ReadyTalk full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    ReadyTalk seems to be a lifestyle company - as evidenced by the fact that 4/5 senior leaders founded the company 13 years ago and are still around. Health benefits are 100% paid for employees and their families. The company spends a LOT of money on perks - covering race entry fees, tons of groceries, kegs in the kitchen, random swag. It'd be easy to be a lifer - provided you're comfortable just doing the same thing for years and getting just a COLA+ salary adjustment year over year.

    Cons

    See above - this is a lifestyle company. If you have a lot of ambition or want to see your career develop, you will probably have to leave. The Execs have been running the show for years and don't seem to have any succession plan in place. Sure, the CEO is super healthy and fit, but when he said last year that his exit strategy was death.... what does that mean for the rest of his 180 employees?
    The corporate strategy and product roadmap seem to change with the wind, which can be frustrating and unempowering. Management and HR push a lot of books on strategy and respecting and developing people, but it's not consistently practiced by the most senior executives. "Professional development" is pretty well a joke, and performance evaluations don't exist. There's very little incentive to be a top performer.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Trust your people! You have a strong process for getting the right people in - let them do the jobs you hired them for. You are not setting up a company to be successful in the long run if you don't empower people. Hopefully you want this company to be successful past your term there - show it.

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