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- Work/Life Balance
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
They have extremely good benefits. Lots of time off. The people I worked with were a little bit on the older crowd (45+), still very friendly (to a certain extent).
Everything else. Zero room for growth if you're starting out your career. No communication or input is ever asked for or taken seriously. While working here, I've done the same thing straight, and when changes are made to procedures, don't expect someone to tell you or let you know. These people have been doing their job for 15+ years and they forget that there are other people here. In software group, no one talks to each other. And if you start out, don't expect anyone to "mentor" you. You're on your own from day one.
Advice to Management
Take your newer employees seriously.
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Visual Numerics' software can make even numbers picturesque. Scientists, researchers, engineers, and technology professionals use the company's mathematics and statistics libraries and data analysis software to visualize, manipulate, and analyze complex data sets. Visual Numerics also provides consulting, training, and technical support. The company, which was founded in 1970, has customers in more than 65 countries, including Bear Stearns, Integral Systems, Johnson Controls, NASA, Weyerhaeuser, and leading research institutions. Visual Numerics is broadening its ...