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September 4, 2022

Pros

The people you meet at the company are great and very dedicated to their work. Everyone is kind and accepting.

Cons

- There isn't a defined structure at Alliance. You will be expected to osmosis the system and hit the ground running with little to no resources. - Your position, duties, and pay can change at anytime. What you applied for is not necessarily the job you will be doing. - Since it is a smaller company, you're at the mercy of "getting the job done" and some regularly stay to inappropriate hours just to get things done. (i.e. staying until midnight or 2am is not okay, even if your employee say they "don't mind") - PTO is almost nonexistent. If you do end up taking any time off, prepare for a massive pile up when you return as there aren't any effective backup processes put in place. - Turn over is high with the exception of some of the long-term employees who don't know anything other then Alliance.

Advice to Management

Procedures and boundaries need to be put into place. This isn't 1980s corporate America anymore. If you do not take care of your people, they will not stay.

If you do end up taking any time off, prepare for a massive pile up when you return as there aren't any effective backup processes put in place. Read More

September 4, 2022

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Anonymous Employee)

September 4, 2022

Pros

The people you meet at the company are great and very dedicated to their work. Everyone is kind and accepting.

Cons

- There isn't a defined structure at Alliance. You will be expected to osmosis the system and hit the ground running with little to no resources. - Your position, duties, and pay can change at anytime. What you applied for is not necessarily the job you will be doing. - Since it is a smaller company, you're at the mercy of "getting the job done" and some regularly stay to inappropriate hours just to get things done. (i.e. staying until midnight or 2am is not okay, even if your employee say they "don't mind") - PTO is almost nonexistent. If you do end up taking any time off, prepare for a massive pile up when you return as there aren't any effective backup processes put in place. - Turn over is high with the exception of some of the long-term employees who don't know anything other then Alliance.

Advice to Management

Procedures and boundaries need to be put into place. This isn't 1980s corporate America anymore. If you do not take care of your people, they will not stay.

PTO is almost nonexistent. Read More

September 4, 2022

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Anonymous Employee)

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