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Suited Connector has a culture and values rating of 4.6.

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What is the company culture at Suited Connector?

16 English reviews out of 16

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August 3, 2021

Pros

-Amazing visibility into the business starting with CEO, Vince Lewis -Commitment and investment back into the business to maintain growth -A culture that wants to win but understands personal flexibility and work/life balance -Realistic upward mobility and personal growth

Cons

-We're still improving on much of the legacy infrastructure -Not much else!

Advice to Management

Continue down the same path. You've created a mid-sized company out of a thriving small company and maintained an amazing culture and retained great talent.

A culture that wants to win but understands personal flexibility and work/life balance

August 3, 2021

Reviewed by: Vice President (Current Employee)

July 21, 2020

Pros

Great company culture, people there are easy to get along with

Cons

Things can feel chaotic at times with little sense of direction

Great company culture, people there are easy to get along with

July 21, 2020

Reviewed by: Intern Data Analyst in Englewood, CO (Former Employee)

August 3, 2021

Pros

SuCo is by the far the best organization that I have had the pleasure of workin for. The culture of SuCo stands out most to me, not only is everyone from the top down some of the sharpest humans I have met, but the humbleness and grace that is displayed is amazing. This is a top notch company lead by a top notch CEO Vince Lewis...The entire team here is motivated by a shared vision and its incredible to watch a well oiled machine grow with passion and determination like SuCo displays.

Cons

I didn't find SuCo sooner lol

The culture of SuCo stands out most to me, not only is everyone from the top down some of the sharpest humans I have met, but the humbleness and grace that is displayed is amazing.

August 3, 2021

Reviewed by: Senior Affiliate Manager in Denver, CO (Current Employee)

June 8, 2020

Pros

Faster = Less Boredom. Fun place to work. Creative freedom. They treat us great and takes good care of us. They provide snacks and beverages which is very nice. Management treats you fairly and is always willing to listen. They value your input and is willing to spend money on you to help you be more productive.

Cons

Some of the newer departments have struggled to find their feet, and figure out how to fit in to our current culture without inciting doubt in their abilities. It is getting better but caused a lot of drama at the beginning of the year.

Advice to Management

Keep listening and thanks for all your do for us.

Some of the newer departments have struggled to find their feet, and figure out how to fit in to our current culture without inciting doubt in their abilities.

June 8, 2020

Reviewed by: Tech in Englewood, CO (Current Employee)

June 6, 2020

Pros

*Exceptional Work Environment - open concept both in the current office and the brand new one being built now. Allows for perfect collaboration between individuals as well as teams. We move extremely fast so we need to be comfortable in our environments and SuCo leadership has made that a priority. Our ability to be comfortable and move quickly is what makes us the best in the business! *Everyone loves new toys - if there is something you need to create a better workspace, a tech need, or whatnot managment will ensure that you have it. We are lucky to have the latest in computer tech, two 27 inch monitors per desk, adjustable desks for sitting or standing... you are never wanting for anything, and it's amazing. *Never the same day - Our world is always changing and we never just sit still. There is always an innovation or new element to be worked on which means your days are never the same. This creates a competitive environment in the best way possible. *Updated PTO Policy and Friday Lite - this was a recent change that was brought to the attention of the managment, and HEY... they actually listened (Yes it's a thing and it really does exist in the professional world). We have an unlimited PTO model arranged with your managers. Gone are the days of hoarding pto in case of a cold, or surprise trip to Hawaii. We also have experiemented with Friday lite, basically if your manager deems you've worked your hours and made progress on your goals, Friday's can be done at noon, 1, 2 etc. Happy early weekend! *Food and Caffiene Galore - Our kitchen and drink fridges are always stocked with enough redbull, coffee, bang, ramen, chips, cookies... you name it. If you want something specific, just like tech, all you gotta do is ask! *Money Money Money - Pay packages are extremely competitive in the overall space and generous. Month to month bonus potential will be replaced by quarterly determined by overseeing manager. If you can get the job done and well, you are absolutely rewarded for your efforts! *Non Related Bonus Points - Being on the Airport property has it's advantages - Every week or so the a group of fighter jets fly over, extremely low, buzzing our building during their training sessions. If you are outside during it, not only will you get a glimpse of a low flying fighter jet but you will go deaf for about 20 seconds! If you are in the building, you will feel them roar by. Totally wild experience.

Cons

*Culture Kick - our culture needs a kick in the pants, something to jumpstart it again. Teams can get a little isolated and working in their own little world and forget that everyone is working towards a better SuCo! Group events, culture building etc. Especially when Covid ends, we will need something to boost everyone up! *The Always present Communication "Thing" - this can always be worked on and like I said above, teams can become isolated, islands that work for their goals rather than the goals of the whole company. Open communication between teams seems to get lost, partially due to the fact that we do move SO fast. We also need better communication from the people and business side of things. We do move so quickly, that when there are slowdowns in those areas, it's noticeable and there is a definitely blackout on communication which is a struggle. *Parking - Ok this is a pretty small con, but our next door neighbors tends to get a little grabby with the parking spaces, so showing up to the office earlier than normal... has it's benefits!

Advice to Management

Continue listening to your employees. We will continue to work hard and move faster especially when we know we have a voice in the conversation. Better communication is needed on the people side of things. Which means new programs, or bonuses, vacation, or a change in operation should be communicated better to all. It's difficult wondering when something is going to happen, or if it's going to happen 3 months later...or not at all. Ask questions! There are a lot of issues that could be solved if only there was one or two people asking a question. Sometimes things get muddy because the right people are not included in the initial conversation. Continue investing in your employes. There are a lot of people who feel they are "unknown" but their knowledge, experience and day to day actions are mission critical to the success of SuCo. Listen, learn and continue to kick butt!

our culture needs a kick in the pants, something to jumpstart it again.

June 6, 2020

Reviewed by: Tech in Englewood, CO (Current Employee)

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