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I have been working at pureIntegration, LLC
Pros – Professional and career growth opportunities are abundant at pureIntegration. Resources are challenged early on in their career to be the best they can be. Career advancement guidelines are explicitly spelled out and bonuses are clearly tied to the "investment" a resource puts into helping sustain and grow the company. The employees are hard working, smart, and personable.
Cons – Constant changes to policies, compensation, performance management and strategic direction make the future uncertain and give a much larger company feel than pureIntegration actually is. Some resources may feel that the diversity in clients and work is not quite large enough to hold their interests year after year.
Advice to Senior Management – Remember that the company is still relatively small and does not need the bureaucracy of a 200+ employee corporation just yet. Remember that many employees left the big consulting companies for specific reasons and those same reasons should not cause people to leave pureIntegration.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2009-09-08 08:31 PDT
I worked at pureIntegration, LLC full-time for more than 3 years
Pros – The outward facing client experience was very nice. Expectations are high and delivered quality is impressed.
Cons – Little to no flexibility within project roles and responsibilities. For the most part, you are locked into a job function from on-boarding. This means begin to pack you things when your project is closing (no internal bench). Pay is not competitive and industry lower due to employee "perks". Having local and international offsite meetings per year, profit share, (potential) bonuses, company sponsored happy hours, is pitched during on-boarding as "perks". However, all of these expenses eventually trickle down and are factored into reduced employee salaries. Entrepreneurship is encouraged at every employee level and stressed for managers/directors; however, decisions to pursue are very "one" sided. Company is very management heavy (e.g., managers, directors, etc.). There is practically no opportunity for full time low level employees (e.g., associates, senior associates) to advance. Upon leaving this company, was resembling more of a staffing agency than a consulting firm.
Advice to Senior Management – Place more focus on retention and internal training / development. Employee satisfaction equates to higher salaries, not free drinks and offsite meetings in tropical locations. Implementing large scale corporate politics for a small boutique consulting firm is not very effective.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
2013-09-10 07:15 PDT
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I worked at pureIntegration, LLC full-time for more than a year
Pros – You may eventually get paid to do your job and you get a nice folder outlining the benfits, should you decide to stay working here.
Cons – Direction on smaller projects is poor. Communication and networking is terrible. Grew tired of one line answers that appear to be charity answers and empty "Blue Sky" speaches. I was brought in for a specific position that was disolved.
Advice to Senior Management – Time to hire more / better management team members. Perhaps a team building trip that worked on communication, management and organization skills and less fun in the sun
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2013-08-27 10:38 PDT
I have been working at pureIntegration, LLC full-time for less than a year
Pros – The environment at PI is very innovative and collaborative. There are plenty of opportunities for employees to flourish and excel at what they do best, and also plenty of opportunities to step outside of ones comfort zone to grown and learn.
Cons – Not the type of work environment for someone who isn't willing to go above and beyond in their job.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2012-11-02 11:19 PDT
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