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I worked at Endsight full-time (More than 3 years)
I worked at Endsight from 2011 to 2015. All of the people I met there were fun loving people and helped move my career in a very positive way. The company implemented an internal glass door to keep folks like Mr. Happy below from polluting the culture. It helped to change things folks found not useful and add things that made work fun. Some of the many meetings have gone and added are Jenga Fridays. Whether its additions to the gym or changes to the weekly provided lunch menu by popular vote, Endsight listens. I've seen many folks rise from the ranks of Jr. Engineer and Intern to Sr. Engineer and Inside TAM. Endsight values and rewards hard work and a culture positive attitude. Endsight keeps adding new faces because they are adding clients constantly. The growth in the company is fantastic and I dare say isn't slowing any time soon. If you are looking at Endsight as a perspective employee, don't shy away from one person's negative reviews. They in no way represent the 50+ employee outlook on Endsight. Endsight invests in you for training and helps expand your knowledge base. I don't know how many times other employees whether it be in the NOC or Pro Services, took time to run through best practice design and deployment for different technologies. At my previous employers, I never felt like other co-workers wanted me to succeed more for myself and for the company as much as they did for Endsight. That is invaluable
None except for some poorly written reviews on their Glassdoor by an uneducated bitter person.
Advice to Management
Keep listening to your employees and expanding your role in the MSP universe. Thanks for 4 great years! Casey Borkowski former Inside TAM/TAM
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Endsight (Berkeley, CA) in December 2014.
You have a phone screen. Hint: Think up an answer for how many cars you think are in Europe, support your answer. If you pass it you get to come in for a speed dating session. You get to watch a video of how great they are! You go around the building and meet with a account manager, a guy who asks social questions to see if your not a misfit, and two tech interviews. The also make you take a BS Psychology and logic assessment to find PMI. You go to lunch. They talk and gossip about you. From the smell I would say chipoltle. They ask how was the interview process. You smile and enthusiastically say wow that was fun. If they like you they tag you for a real interview with manager.
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Reasons for Declining
Wage was a joke in their offer. I was insulted!