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What Employees Say
I have been working at Applied Systems full-time for more than a year
Sales process and team are exceptional Management does actually care about your success Old CEO Reid French was phenomenal New CEO Taylor Rhodes is extremely humble, a military vet, and great... tech track record (Rackspace)
Sometimes has the feel of a "big" company with bureaucracy and multiple layers of management
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you're doing and don't forget to lose sight of the small teams as we continue to grow that bust their behinds everyday. All respect for Taylor and looking forward to what's to come.
I have been working at Mailchimp full-time for more than 3 years
* Evolving culture, generous benefits, meaningful work From my first interview, I could tell that Mailchimp is different. The culture that is portrayed is exactly what you end up experiencing... working here. The onboarding team is thorough in making sure that you are integrated with all areas of the company and welcomed. Most importantly, this is my one and only experience with a company (and engineering team) that value humility. There is no expectation of perfection; only that you work honestly and openly. As a mid-level engineer, this allowed me to ask questions, to not be afraid, and to know that failure is okay. Day-to-day there are great opportunities for feature work, and training benefits as well. Work-life balance is accounted for, and everyone in the company is there to help you succeed. (There are many internal roles available if you would like to explore different areas of engineering too)
It may be hard to leave once you are a part of the Mailchimp team; other roles may pale in comparison!
Advice to Management
Continue to empower employees at all levels of the organization and maintain transparency. Great progress has been made over the years, and I look forward to seeing what the future brings.