Compare Insperity vs ChaiOne BETASee how ChaiOne vs. Insperity compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Insperity full-time
Everyone is extremely friendly and helpful. The company really values its' employees. The work is hard and important, but resources are provided to make the work possible and help reduce team stress.
Not really a "con" because it happens everywhere - - priorities change, sometimes daily. It's a fact of life with software, but it can throw a wrench into a well functioning team.
Advice to Management
Keep providing management training to your managers. It's important for managers that move into those positions "from the field" to be able to gain as much knowledge as they can about managing people.... I think the company is doing a great job of that - keep it up!
I have been working at ChaiOne full-time
Solid market reputation in the mobile design and solutions space. Its focus on making complex simple for the connected worker make it a leader in that space. The company is going through a growth... phase, and the recent changes are great (and were much overdue). Overall a great place to work if you are curious, and want to work at the intersections of behavior led design, mobile, and digital solutions. The client list is truly amazing, and ChaiOne is definitely punching above its weight. The company has withstood the ups and downs of the Houston market, and not only survived the downturns, but continues to thrive. A note of caution to people reading reviews on Glassdoor. People who are disgruntled typically leave reviews, and some of the reviews here are from people who are no longer at the company. In my time at this company, I have seem many good changes happen, and I truly question some of the negative reviews. The company has been going through an evolution over the past year, which will not sit well with some employees. No company is perfect, and this place is far better than many companies I've worked at or interviewed at. I wouldn't hesitate in recommending working here to my friends and family.
The company is going through growth evolution, which results in changing and sometimes lack of processes, policies, and organizational issues. The dilemma between the old and the new worlds will... remain for the near term, but the direction of progress is positive. This is no place for those who cannot adapt or tolerate change.
Advice to Management
Stay the course and keep focused. Continue to bring discipline and structure to the teams and processes. Continue to raise the bar for employees, even if it results in some employee turnover. Reward... and appreciate your top performers, and hire only those that can help the company grow.