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3 English questions out of 3

April 5, 2019

How is management perceived at MicroEdge?

Pros

friendly upper management made job easier

Cons

none that i can speak of

Advice to Management

keep up the good work

friendly upper management made job easier

April 5, 2019

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January 30, 2019

What are co-workers like at MicroEdge?

Pros

My coworkers (at the time - I don't think anyone is left) were amazing team players, supportive, and just plain nice. I met a delightful group of people working in this office. Pay and benefits are fine.

Cons

I never felt appreciated by upper management. Rather than understanding a difficult time in my life I was going through, they repeatedly "wrote me up" for petty issues like arrive to work 10 mins late. Despite the work I did for them - Including slaving over the execution of their yearly conference - I was let go days after returning from the out-of-state project. I received no recognition for the hard work I put into making a 300+ conference happen. Rather, I was pushed out due to petty legalities. I believe this all came about due to the change in management after the company as acquired by Blackbaud. The marketing team lost their team lead and backbone. Shortly after that the entire team went crashing. We were either fired or pushed to quit.

Advice to Management

Don't forget your employees are people. Give them recognition. Recognize the signs of mental illness and tough times. If your employees are having a hard time in their personal life and things seem off, address it and work with them to solve the problem. Do not add to the stress. We are not machines.

My coworkers (at the time - I don't think anyone is left) were amazing team players, supportive, and just plain nice.

January 30, 2019

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January 30, 2019

What is the salary like at MicroEdge?

Pros

My coworkers (at the time - I don't think anyone is left) were amazing team players, supportive, and just plain nice. I met a delightful group of people working in this office. Pay and benefits are fine.

Cons

I never felt appreciated by upper management. Rather than understanding a difficult time in my life I was going through, they repeatedly "wrote me up" for petty issues like arrive to work 10 mins late. Despite the work I did for them - Including slaving over the execution of their yearly conference - I was let go days after returning from the out-of-state project. I received no recognition for the hard work I put into making a 300+ conference happen. Rather, I was pushed out due to petty legalities. I believe this all came about due to the change in management after the company as acquired by Blackbaud. The marketing team lost their team lead and backbone. Shortly after that the entire team went crashing. We were either fired or pushed to quit.

Advice to Management

Don't forget your employees are people. Give them recognition. Recognize the signs of mental illness and tough times. If your employees are having a hard time in their personal life and things seem off, address it and work with them to solve the problem. Do not add to the stress. We are not machines.

Pay and benefits are fine.

January 30, 2019

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3 English questions out of 3