Compare Infinite Energy vs Three Five Two BETASee how Three Five Two vs. Infinite Energy compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Infinite Energy full-time for less than a year
I'm fairly new at Infinite, and to be honest I was a little hesitant to join based on a few reviews I read. However, my time here has been amazing, and Infinite has an interest in its people and... their success, more so than other companies in my experience. In my short time here, I have seen first hand how the Executives and Managers have asked for and acted on its peoples' feedback. If you make an honest effort, contribute in your role, and help move the company forward, you will see opportunities to grow and be given recognition. While the organization offers a great work-life balance, this is not a place for people that want to keep their head down and contribute minimally to their job. Overall, I would describe Infinite as a refreshing experience that balances corporate structure with a people-focused culture. Not to mention that it's a sustainable, solid business model which is a plus!
I'm not able to work from home as often as I'd like to, but I'm still given opportunities to do so. Not all departments are able to earn bonuses, which would be a nice to have.
Advice to Management
Keep asking, accepting, and receiving our feedback!
I have been working at Three Five Two full-time
Working at 352 is the best job I've ever had. The Leadership is amazing - they truly work to LEAD the company and not just boss people around. They make sure employees feel valued, empowered, and... heard. Teams and other people in the company always work to help each other out. Everyone is very supportive. The culture is great and makes for an inviting atmosphere where you want to go into work. If you're a team player, hard worker, and have a great attitude, this is the place you want to be because that's what you're surrounded by every day here.
There are 3 offices in different cities, so knowing what's going on in those offices is hard if you don't work with people on those teams. This isn't a place where you can climb up a ladder if that's... what you're looking to do. There is focus on education and training advancement, but it doesn't mean your title or role will change (not necessarily a con if you aren't looking for that though).
Advice to Management
THANK YOU for listening to your people and creating an atmosphere that encourages creativity. Keep it up because we see and recognize when you do.