- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at Dynatrace full-time (More than 10 years)
Located downtown in booming Detroit at Ford Field, it's really awesome as a football fan to see not only the stadium but also the field every morning while walking to the office.
The culture is far from the corporate culture you may be accustomed to and more a fresh and relaxed culture with frequent company events that promote bonding with coworkers and sometimes these events are based around tech like our innovation days.
We really are high-tech, always on top of new technology as our Product Managers keep our software fresh with integration into latest technologies.
Career growth is something you can achieve yourself. With hard work and determination, you can drive your career within the company by advancing to new positions or taking on new responsibilities where there is a need. Over the many years I've worked here, I've led many new initiatives while holding the same job title, so your title doesn't really need to change to expand your career.
If you have the drive to grow, you'll help the company as well as yourself, and with our quarterly Employee of the Quarter initiative you'll definitely be recognized for your efforts!
If certification is of interest to you, you can be recognized in the industry by achieving one or more of our Dynatrace certifications. If you succeed at the Associate certification, go for the challenging Dynatrace Pro certification and become recognized as a Pro in your field.
Day to day work life is never boring. There is always something that can be improved. Be an agent of change!
I choose to be positive as much as possible as it helps to move forward. Focusing on any negative for more than "how can I improve this" is really a waste of valuable time whether it be in personal or professional environments.
That said, any cons of substance that I encounter related to my work environment are brought to management's attention and dealt with.
Advice to Management
Over the 15+ years I've been working for this organization, I've seen different management styles and personalities. My free piece of advice to offer management is that you should reach out to your employees more often on a personal level to discuss any accomplishments and career growth desires. Not every employee is self-driven and a "go getter". Some need a little pushing while others will have your ear more often than you'd like :)
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Dynatrace (Detroit, MI) in March 2018.
First a screening, followed by a Skype call. Once you pass that they schedule an onsite interview, and you are given a project to complete and present at their office. I thought it went well and the manager was very friendly and nice. Too bad I did not get an offer, which I did not mind so much, but did mind the way it was told (An automatic rejection email)
Would be always good to give some type of feedback or indication as to why you no offer was given.