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I have been working at GeoDecisions as a contractor (More than a year)
Some of the ideas that come of this small company are brilliant. They do GPS and GIS applications you are given good amount of liberty to express you ideas and are valued of what your bring to the table. Some of the applications that are built and prototype are cutting edge technologies.
You always closely interact with the marketing guys, who promise a lot of stuff to the clients but without consulting the technical team leaving a lot of unpleasant work atmosphere. The marketing team has landed themselves and the technical team in trouble because of that . They don't have a lot of money in the commercial projects that they undertake so beware. Otherwise! an excellent place to work.
Advice to Management
Keep up the innovation. Get a new marketing team who is more Internationally savvy if you want to compete in a global arena. You are a great American company with a lot of potential that you can offer to the world. You also have the technical capability, please utilize and Thank you for having me.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at GeoDecisions (Dayton, OH) in September 2011.
The interview process was a complete waste of time. The management team conducting the interview(s) were not even working from the same job description / expectation. One-on-one interviews revealed that the team had not even talked to each other prior to meeting with the candidates. HR did a poor job facilitating. Travel coordination was non-existent. Real fire drill. Actually pleased that I was not offered the position.
- A common question from the interviewers would be "...why don't you tell us what the job requirements for this position should be..." followed by a general disagreement on the answer(s) when more than one interviewer was present -- what an organizational mess. 2 Answers
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