- Comp & Benefits
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- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at VeritissPros
Good small business, with plans to grow to a mid size company. This can't happen overnight as some others would suggest or implied. The CEO is fair and honest and open to ideas, one must be able to lead the senior leadership to make things happen. If there is a problem make sure you have a solution and don't wait to be told how to the job you were hired to do. Be proactive and not reactive to every changing situation, if one person focus solely on doing the bare minimum then there is no job growth and they are simply waiting on the 10th and 25th of the month. I do enjoy waffle Wednesdays or any day that the company throws a birthday celebration or lets all go out to eat lunch. I can't tell you how many meals I have eaten since I have been with the company (3 plus years).
Disgruntle former employees will always write things that are not true. I read some of the comments and I can tell you that my work balance is great, my time with my family is always priority #1 and the company will show the appreciation to those work hard. Annual holiday party is a blast with great gifts. No, the best gifts ever, Large flat screen TV's! Its not the gifts that make the company its to show the employees that we are truly appreciated especially with the long hours that are put in to help the company grow. I have a good supervisor, PM and wonderful CEO to work for and work with.
So if you are looking for a challenge, this is the right company to make your mark. If you are not looking for a challenge and just want a pay check every two weeks then you need to look somewhere else. Don't be fooled by the fancy car the CEO drives and the nice clothes she wears, she represents and presents a higher standard for women when meeting other CEO's and government officials. If you don't look good and feel good about the company how can you sell the product? I would recommend this company to anyone that is looking to grow and learn.Cons
Consider having an Employee of the Month or Quarter with either a 3 day or 4 day weekend.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Keep up the good work, and consider having a more leadership training on a bi-annual basis.RecommendsPositive Outlook
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