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I have been working at RNSolutions full-time
Pros – Lots of group functions that celebrate holidays, birthdays, etc., we use any excuse to eat.. The location is right by the Metro and close to a variety of shopping. The management is generally relaxed, and the culture is one of self management. Nerf gun battles and foosball tournaments are not unheard of, however, customer commitments are still the first priority. The best thing about working here is the flexibility, but that probably depends on your manager. Although, I can't think of a manager that I would not like to work for, or that would not be flexible. The structure is pretty flat, so there is not a big hierarchy or too much bureaucracy.
Cons – Someone who likes a very structured environment may not thrive here. That is not to say, there is no structure. However, the culture is one of self management and "change is ok". There are processes documented, and anyone can update them. There may be some slackers, but I don't know them. Some people work harder than others, but that's the case anywhere. The company is not huge, so there are limited career opportunities.
Advice to Senior Management – The on-boarding process could be improved. When I first joined, I was told to look at the wiki, and received little direction.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2012-06-12 09:36 PDT
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I have been working at RNSolutions
Pros – Flexible hours
Opportunities for advancement
Closeness to managers
Learning and growth promoted
Cons – Management very indecisive
Cronyism keeps a lot of incompetent people in the organization
Bad communication, especially about what is expected of you
Advice to Senior Management – Management needs to do a better job of ensuring employees know what their roles are and how to achieve them. There is a lot of inconsistency and a lack of communication between departments. You could spend months working on a project then find out somebody else wants to do things differently and have to throw it all away.
There is also way too laid back of a culture. Some people come at 10 and leave at 3, then put 8's on their timesheet. I guess that's good if you're an employee though.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2011-12-08 12:25 PST
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