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- OneSpring scored higher in 9 areas: Overall Rating, Career Opportunities, Compensation & Benefits, Work-life balance, Senior Management, Culture & Values, CEO Approval, % Recommend to a friend and Positive Business Outlook.
What Employees Say
- "Great people" was the most mentioned Pro at SPH Analytics.
- "Long hours" was the most mentioned Con at SPH Analytics.
I have been working at OneSpring full-time
At OneSpring, I’ve worked on teams with leads that truly want to see you grow and improve with no fear or intimidation from your growth. The OneSpring leadership as a whole is not only technically... smart but also emotionally intelligent. They care about their clients as well as their team - in as balanced a fashion as one would expect but not always find to be the case in the consulting world. I’ve experienced leadership earnestly consider both sides with authenticity and a genuine desire to do the right thing for their clients as well as their team (as much as is within their control at least). I appreciate the transparency, fairness, and direct approach used to communicate when either client or staffing desires can't be met. The structure is pretty flat and everyone rolls up their sleeves to get things done while trying to provide guidance as needed. If you appreciate autonomy paired with honest feedback about areas for growth, you’ll appreciate the culture at OneSpring and find opportunities to grow. On the other hand, if you have a hard time accepting and implementing positive feedback, OneSpring won’t be the right place for you. I’ve worked with some smart people who also like to work hard - that combination is always a joy to find. People who tend to thrive at Onespring have a strong work ethic, a positive attitude to hard work, are kind and respectful, and are able to function autonomously. The teams I’ve been on try to strike the right balance between autonomy and accountability. Of course, as with many consulting companies, your actual day to day experience is impacted by the exact project you’re on. But I appreciate the company wide perspective on flexibility and autonomy (as long as you have the right work ethic and are willing to work hard and get things done in the time needed)
This isn't unique to OneSpring, but is typically the case with smaller but growing companies. When things get busy, you may find yourself wearing multiple hats to get things done. If you prefer to... develop in one specialized focused area, you may struggle adapting to multiple at once - including areas you may find challenging. However if you enjoy the challenge of getting into a little bit of everything and the feeling of constantly learning multiple areas, you’ll enjoy that challenge. It all depends on what you’re looking for and how you view that challenge.