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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

30+ days ago

Strategic Account Manager

ReadyTalk Denver, CO

Longer term you will be responsible for managing the business relationship, identifying new business opportunities, growing the business (revenue and… 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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    A once-great company in decline due to indecisiveness

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    I worked at ReadyTalk full-time


    - The executive team seems to genuinely care about work life balance and making things pleasant for their employees.
    - Casual dress code and culture.
    - First class health benefits are 100% covered by ReadyTalk
    - Great people who genuinely want to work with one another and make the company fun.
    - Laid back and fun.
    - Charitable and Wellness initiatives made available for all employees.
    - Great perks such as permanent kegs, holiday gifts, trips and parties.


    - Executives are visibly struggling with the company no longer being small and refuse to decide on a professional development plan they claim to have been working on for years now.
    - High turnover of talent due to a severe lack upward mobility.
    - The vast majority of your workday is attending internal meetings.
    - Severe micro-management and lack of autonomy or ownership in non-management roles.
    - Management is terrified of making a decision but also refuse in letting go of the reigns
    - All promotions are lateral and require taking on additional work without increase in title or salary.
    - 100% of Middle, Senior and Executive roles are hired externally.
    - While kind and friendly, very few at the leadership level seem interested in managing their teams and more interested in avoiding responsibility.
    - No company strategy or product vision. Any strategy that is made public is changed within a week due to indecisiveness.
    - 100% of HR's focus is on recruitment.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be decisive and follow-thru.
    Implement a real professional development plan to allow internal growth..
    Trust your talent enough to promote from within.
    Macro manage and let employees have ownership in their roles.
    Pick a strategy and stick with it. Constant pivoting is ruining the product.

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