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I worked at viaPeople full-time (Less than a year)Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEODoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
The environment was casual and hours were flexible. Lunch being paid for by senior employees was a common occurrence. Camaraderie fostered well. Income seemed to be doing well with contracts.
The job was a bit underpaid, especially considering the high cost of living of the area.
Termination under suspicious circumstances shortly before six month salary review, promises may not be all they're cracked up to be. This came after a sudden escalation in demands, sudden swift deadlines for what was previously no issue and abusiveness. Including infamously that I messed up for producing exactly to specification. The previous occupant of my position also left in the same period. They may have a pattern of forcing people out around six months so be wary. I would advise demanding any delayed or conditional raises up front.
Advice to Management
The long recruiting period and difficulty finding jobs? The salaries are on the low side for the cost of living in the area.
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viaPeople helps you figure out what makes high-quality workers tick. Specializing in organizational and industrial psychology, the company offers human resources consulting and software to help clients improve employee performance. The company's consulting services include assessment, performance management, and survey development which combine with viaPeople's technology expertise to streamline evaluation, surveys, and analysis. Clients have included such big names as Adecco, Lee Hecht Harrison, and Merrill Lynch.