- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Gemini Systems full-time (less than an year)Pros
I'm relatively new to the company. So far I'm very happy. Everyone at the company is very relaxed and very easy going. Management is very interested in your personal development and personal growth. I've been taken aside by every executive at some point this year and asked if I was happy and what they can do to make me happier.
Unlike some consulting firms, there is no pressure to be constantly billable. If you're on the bench, it’s not that big a deal here and you get to focus on either training, pre-sales or growing the company.
The company was recently purchased by Essextec and this looks to be great for employees. Management at Essextec seems to have the same attitude as current management plus, as part of the purchase, they are turning the company into an employee owned company and giving us all shares.
Benefits are pretty good and salary is great.
Everyone is pretty smart and reliable.
I feel like I'm making an impact to the bottom line
I'm given the freedom and flexibility to build my own team
People respect my opinion
Founder is very generous
Good hours and work/life balanceCons
Not alot of cons. The only ones I can think of are:
The higher level management structure is confusing
No 401K matching
No annual performance reviews (Some might consider this a pro, I consider it a con as I think they are valuable)Advice to ManagementAdvice
I think, in general, things are going in the right direction and I'm excited to see what happens with the merger with Essextec. The only advice I might give is to tighten up the management structure so that employees know who they are ultimately responsible to.RecommendsPositive Outlook
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Gemini Systems in April 2014.Interview Details
Was called to set up a phone screening. About a week later, did phone screening with a consultant on staff. Two weeks later they inform me that they want me to interview on site. Go on site about a week and a half after that and then talked with the CTO and a few VPs. Got the offer letter exactly a week after that. No terribly hard questions, mostly just conversing with the people and listening to them discuss consulting and the company as a whole.Interview Questions
Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
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