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Richard T. Harrison
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    Nice company, no job security

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    I worked at Semantic Research full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    - some helpful engineers
    - good benefits in terms of vacation,salary, health care, dental care, vision and etc.
    - various contracts to choose
    - flexible work hours (You can choose to work remotely)

    Cons

    -some engineers are arrogant, write impolite emails, talk so rude to new folks, argue a lot and never listen to other opinions.
    - a lot of dead weight people who just sit in the office doing nothing.
    - some people work remotely and make communication harder
    - some engineers only limit their knowledge to their work, but don't know other technical details (i.e. they only stay in their own world, working individually instead of working as a team.)
    - no job security at all (good employees are let go and keep the dead weight).
    - reorganize the team structure a couple times within a year.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - respect other opinions
    (some engineers get offensive when you pointed out what they need to improve)
    - respect the customers
    - encourage more team work
    - get rid of those who are not team players or offend the customers and keep those good ones.

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