Open Letter to Current Employees, Former Employees and Position Candidates.
We would like to thank all those who have taken the time to share their feedback with us. Your insight, comments and suggestions have been invaluable. Bracket’s leadership team is committed to developing an inclusive employee engagement focus that embraces the commitment, excellence and expertise of our employees. Through our engagement program we are confident that it will demonstrate our commitment to making Bracket an inspiring and fun place to work. Through our open door policy we encourage employees to provide feedback to our leadership team. It is through feedback that we will continue to improve our Company and enhance the level of service we provide to our clients.
All the best
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I have been working at BracketPros
Casual dress, supportive colleagues, interesting work, free soda.Cons
I had high hopes given our new CEO and some management changes. 7 months later and little has changed. Communications from leadership remain minimal with exception of Xtina. Experienced professionals are still treated like small children who are given little authority to think or act on their own.
Employees complained clearly and loudly about a draconian performance review system that demotivates and does little more than reinforce the culture of, "I am the employee and you are the boss". The big change to the hated performance review system was, wait for it, to reverse the numbers so that a 1 is now highest and a 5 is lowest. Did leadership really spend more than 3 minutes on this?Advice to ManagementAdvice
Develop strategy at how to make this company a great place to work. Don't just give it lip service.
Trust in and take care of your employees. The employees will take care of the customers. Let us honestly know how the company is doing and where it is heading. We really do care.
Get rid of your draconian performance review process that is demoralizing and damages both performance and teamwork. Don't wait till next year, kill it now.Doesn't RecommendNegative Outlook
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I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Bracket in December 2014.Interview Details
I was contacted by a recruiter about the opportunity and went in to complete an application/preliminary interview, as well as performing a skills test for Microsoft Word and Excel. Within two weeks, I had a formal interview with 4 people at various levels within the company. They were all incredibly friendly and informative, making sure to fully explain the details of what I would be doing as a Project Assistant. I met with each person for a half hour and it was more conversational than I expected. They each asked different questions and seemed to be getting at different qualities and characteristics they wanted to know about me. None of the questions were difficult or out of the ordinary, but they were phrased in ways that required you to think a bit harder than just listing your strengths, weaknesses, and qualifications.Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsIt took about a week before I was contacted by my recruiter and informed that I was offered the job. My start date was scheduled for about two weeks following my acceptance of the offer.Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
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