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Loved it. Start up feeling. Good pay. Generous benefits. Supportive work environment. Ability to work from home. Good management is the key though because I know others that don't feel this way due to their LM and my love for the company is partially mired by a new manager after being there 5 years...which is when (and in part, why) I began looking for work. But with a good manager, it's a dream job. It's a large company but management has the discretion to give bonuses, time off...so felt like a small company. I had breast cancer while there and they were wonderful. They let me go into the negative on my time off, rather that not be paid. They let me work from home as often as needed. Lots of autonomy and yet tons of support when needed.
Pay starts good but incremental pay raises, even with a large bump in responsibilities or promotion, horrible. The only way to get a decent pump in pay is to leave, get a bump elsewhere and come back. Which I did.
Advice to Management
Money talks and you have some discretion here. Use it. Don't force us to leave. "Pay commensurate with experience" should not just apply to hiring because every year I work for you I am amassing that experience you will pay someone off the street for.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week – interviewed at Perceptive Informatics (Billerica, MA) in April 2013.
I was called in and met with several directors and the VPs. The interviews went well. I was called back again and based on my experience got the offer. I thought they wanted me to come in and with my experience bring in some training and new ideas. That was not what they wanted after I got there
- I don't remember but it was all typical questions about projects, managing people and projects etc. 1 Answer
no negotiation. This was a pay drop but I thought I would advance quickly
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