Genscape – Amsterdam
Genscape is seeking a Senior Perl Developer to help us with our EPSI Platform. The EPSI platform is dedicated to enabling European power market… Genscape
Genscape – Amsterdam
include ensuring overall product integrity and publishing timely and relevant information to customers. The role will work closely with Team Leaders… Genscape
Genscape – Singapore
The ideal candidate is a highly motivated individual who understands every aspect of creating and delivering world class marketing campaigns, from… Genscape
Genscape – Stamford, CT
dmgi is headquartered in Stamford, CT. dmgi is part of Daily Mail & General Trust plc a UK listed company with a market cap of approximately… Genscape
Genscape – New York, NY
• Manage Genscape’s 4-stage sales process (prospecting, qualification, trial, negotiation) efficiently and fully document interactions using… Genscape
Genscape – Louisville, KY
• Provide support for ongoing IP prosecution matters including document review and drafting, research, chart and timeline preparation, and… Genscape
I have been working at Genscape full-time
Perks are great -- i.e., catered lunch every other week, well-stocked kitchen, reimbursements for commute expenses and fitness expenses (gym fees, equipment, etc.) Genscape is genuinely interested in employee satisfaction and retention. There's a lot of emphasis on ways to improve the employee experience.
Early work hours can be taxing (depending on your commute time, starting at 6-6:30 AM can mean leaving home before 5:00 in the morning). You won't find an analyst at the office who cuts off the work week at 40 hours -- 50+ hours is average, and many bring work home with them. This isn't mandatory (the office has a flexible atmosphere; i.e., you can leave early if you have something going on in the afternoon, without taking PTO), but everyone does it.
Advice to Management
It seems like the on-boarding process has been really well micro-managed from the HR perspective, but the training process should be streamlined and standardized. The first week everyone asks "Do you feel like you're drinking from a firehose?" and you do a bit. But once you have the knack for the daily process, you have to dig for more to fill your workday, which can be difficult when you're just getting familiar with the company.