Compare OnLogic vs Vermont Information Processing BETASee how Vermont Information Processing vs. OnLogic compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at OnLogic full-time
Even through fast growth, management cares on how the company is built besides only top line revenue. I talk about and hear more regarding the Core Values and the Culture of the Company than anything.... This company is also growing many times than our industry average. The teams I work with are really impressive. People here are wicked smart. We arrive at many discussions and decisions regarding business and processes that would not be identified or had in other companies I have worked at due to “not wanting to rock the boat”. We are encouraged to be open and voice our opinion. I have had circumstances where my or my leader’s thoughts were changed 180 degrees due to the fact that the culture here allowed me to voice my opinion and be heard. They want to hear ideas. Also their benefits are amazing - who doesn't like unlimited Combined Time Off.
This might be a Con for others --- it is a performance driven fast growing company. This is not for everyone because it means that change is occurring all the time. If you have a problem with... constant change, this is probably not a fit. My Con being soft is probably because I have found my home and I would recommend this place to anyone. Come here if you want a challenge, growth and opportunities.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what your doing!
I have been working at Vermont Information Processing full-time for less than a year
- good people - really strong company financials and stewards to keep us on the same path - slow, steady growth over a long period with calculated risks - flexible for those that earn it -... employee owned so the profits come back to us - fast paced work that changes over time - continuous improvement is aimed for - pretty solid benefits - family friendly - good work/life balance
- flat org leads to confusion and messiness in middle layer over lack of clarity on responsibilities - often still thinks more like a small company - no dental - prioritize engineering over... implementation workarounds and extra processes
Advice to Management
- communicate management decisions more often. Show that you're helping steer the ship. - evolve and modernize our culture and norms faster