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Dale Garrett
4 Ratings

    Amazingly talented people and excellent learning opportunities available for the taking

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Seattle, WA

    I have been working at Satori Software full-time (more than 3 years)


    - Chance to work with amazingly talented people
    - Independence and autonomy once you have your projects up and running
    - Always more work to take on if you want it
    - Management is willing to experiment and take risks with new methodologies and revenue-generating ideas
    - Sales leadership and executive team goes above and beyond to support core business while pushing new initiatives
    - HR and leadership has put together nice benefits from health-related to lifestyle including access to the locked bike cage in the garage, shower access, generous gym discount
    - Convenient location close to bus tunnel, downtown core, etc
    - Waffle Wednesday, Beer-thirty Friday and nice events during the year
    - Management is approachable


    - Management and reporting structure changes a lot which is confusing and makes it hard to push projects through
    - Morale takes a hit when there is a lot of employee turnover
    - Very little training is a challenge for newcomers
    - Introverted and insular culture can make it hard for new hires
    - Taking on more responsibility doesn't equate with advancement
    - Compensation

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - We're hyper-loyal to you because you work hard. Tell us what you're working on.
    - Look at the org chart and balance it out. "T" tends to tank and makes people nervous.
    - Contrary to popular belief, it IS all about the money. Revisit compensation. (Fixing the "T" helps here.)
    - Train your people like your grooming them to be your next VP. Your customers will thank you.
    - Try harder to keep your people. Don't let critical customer and industry knowledge walk out the door. It's expensive and kills momentum.

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