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Employees rate Buffalo 11.9% lower than the overall average
I worked at Logistic Dynamics full-time (Less than a year)
Company has laser-precision focus on their goals and has a track record of meeting them. Small in-house workforce makes for a comfy place to work. Technology provided for, supervisor was extremely tolerant and helpful during hardships, albeit abrasive at times.
I'm used to a commutative atmosphere and it was dead silent most of the time. I'm not sure if it was the paranoia, that my supervisor didn't feel he needed an underling but it felt like I was unwelcome from the get-go. "Corporate IT" was the term used when explaining that developing in this particular field at this particular company when I complained about the monotony and tediousness of scope-less tasks. Personally, the cons I'm listing are simply of a personal confliction and don't reflect on the company as a whole, hence the respectable rating.
Advice to Management
Personally you have the making of a good leader. But part of being a leader in the IT field is being a mentor too, and it was frustrating feeling like I annoyed you when I asked questions regarding a task.
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I applied in-person. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Logistic Dynamics (Buffalo, NY) in December 2010.
Had an odd interview with the "director of recruiting" where she proved she could swear a whole lot while at the same time proving she did not understand the business she was attempting to recruit agents into. Overall structure of the company is supported by the computer programming business that shares their building and seems to have a decent while sterile organization.