- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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It's fun to feel like part of something big. The company keeps growing and adding people and new products all the time. It makes me think this is what facebook or google were like at the beginning. If you can make it through the first 90 days they are flexible on hours. If you have an emergency or you need to pick up your kids during the day the managers are understanding. People sometimes are allowed to work from home. The president and CEO intimidated me until I actually talked to them. They are super smart and helpful and all around nice. They actually like it when you approach them. The open door policy is real, and it makes a huge difference from other places I've worked. I've never felt more welcome or at home at an office as I do here.
Small nit to pick. Sometimes you need to work around certain people to get stuff done. Don't get me wrong. I love my coworkers. It's just I think there needs to be more accountability with some folks.
Advice to Management
Hire a few male supervisors (it's 100% women right now) and invest more in management training. Create a real manager in training program and I bet the complaints about inexperienced managers will go away. I see it happening, just not fast enough
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied in-person. The process took a day – interviewed at On-Site.com in April 2014.
I met the hiring manager in a bar one night and she asked me to join her pub trivia team. I joined, we won, and she asked me if I'd like to interview for a job. I said yes and came to the company the next day to meet with her and a bunch of other managers, some of whom I recognized from the bar. She asked me questions about my work experience, but then it moved into a lot of random ones. If you're a total robot who expects only to be asked to talk about the usual stuff, it's going to throw you off balance. But I get it. It's to see what kind of person you are and if your personality is a fit for the company. At the end, she presented me with a check for $1000 made out to me, said it was to compensate me for my time, and told me that I had the option of either taking the check or accepting a job offer, but not both. Another test. I told her I wanted the job and she gave it to me on the spot. I submitted my two week notice to my old employer and haven't looked back since.
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